Gagne's deal reportedly worth $2 million

The Philadelphia Flyers announced forward Simon Gagne is one of four
restricted free agents to accept one-year qualifying offers
from the team Tuesday.

Defenseman Kim Johnsson, right wing Branko Radivojevic and
center Patrick Sharp also accepted Philadelphia's offers.

Financial terms were not disclosed, but The Sports Network of Canada reported
Gagne's deal is worth $2 million.

Gagne had 24 goals and 21 assists in 80 regular-season games for
the Flyers during the 2003-04 regular season, and added five goals and four assists in 18
postseason games as the Flyers reached the Eastern Conference
finals. In five NHL seasons,
he has 113 goals and 132 assists. He was also a member of Canada's
gold-medal team at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

The Flyers drafted Gagne, 25, with the 22nd overall pick in 1998.

Johnsson has 34 goals and 88 assists in three seasons with the
Flyers since being acquired as part of a multiplayer trade that
sent center Eric Lindros to the New York Rangers in 2001.

Radivojevic had 10 goals and 22 assists in 77 games for Phoenix
and Philadelphia during the 2003-04 season.

Sharp had eight goals and 13 assists last season for the AHL's
Philadelphia Phantoms, who won the league championship. In two
seasons with the Flyers, he has five goals and two assists.

Information from The Associated Press and SportsTicker was used in this report.