The Boston Bruins signed veteran Simon Gagne to a one-year deal worth $600,000, the team announced Tuesday.

Gagne, 34, attended the Bruins' training camp. He did not play last season becuase he was not picked up by a team.

The last season the forward played was in 2012-13, when he scored five goals and six assists in 27 games with the Philadelphia Flyers.

In his 13-year career, Gagne has scored 288 goals with 309 assists and recorded a plus-129 rating in 799 games with Flyers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Los Angeles Kings.

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The team also announced they assigned forwards Bobby Robins and Jordan Caron to Providence.

The Bruins (1-3-0) travel to play the Detroit Red Wings (1-1-0) on Wednesday.

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