The Philadelphia Flyers might have at least one more big move left this offseason.

Veteran forward Simon Gagne agreed Friday to waive the no-trade clause in his contract, several sources reported.

Gagne, who has one year left on his contract, could be moved in an effort to create more space under the salary cap, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Daily News, and several other sources.

The Flyers last week acquired defensemen Andrej Meszaros and Sean O'Donnell, as well as forward Jody Shelley.

But they still have not re-signed restricted free-agent forwards Dan Carcillo and Darroll Powe.

They also still could be in the market for a goalie, such as veteran free agents Evgeni Nabokov or Marty Turco, to start ahead of recently re-signed Michael Leighton.

Gagne, 30, is the longest-tenured Philadelphia athlete in the four major sports. He was the Flyers' first-round pick in 1998 and is 10th on the team's all-time scoring list with 524 career points. Gagne scored 17 goals in 57 regular-season games last season.

, but missed time for abdominal surgery.

He broke a bone in his foot in the first round of the playoffs but returned in the second round and scored seven goals in the next nine games to help the Flyers reach the Stanley Cup finals.

He did not score in the finals as the Flyers lost in six games to the Chicago Blackhawks.