Vincent Lecavalier RUMORS & NEWS

  • Vincent Lecavalier Officially Announces His Retirement

    NHL.com "Vincent Lecavalier, a 17-year veteran of the National Hockey League and a Stanley Cup Champion, officially announced his retirement from the game today. Lecavalier’s announcement: As I publicly announced at the time I was traded to the Los Angeles Kings, the 2015/16 season would be my last in..." June 21

  • Vincent Lecavalier says he plans to retire

    Sportsnet "Vincent Lecavalier told reporters Sunday that he plans to retire this off-season. The 36-year-old said he has yet to file the paperwork as he’s still “decompressing” recent events that saw his Los Angeles Kings eliminated from the post-season at the hands of the San Jose Sharks. Lecavalier..." April 24

  • Kings think Lecavalier 'can still kick around'

    NHL.com "They said he was done. They said he was too old, too slow and ineffective. But if you ask the Los Angeles Kings, they'll say that Vincent Lecavalier proved those doubters wrong. After being traded from the Philadelphia Flyers to the Kings on Jan. 6, the veteran center found instant success...." April 23

  • Kings' Lecavalier scores again, trade keeps looking better

    The Score "Vincent Lecavalier scored a power-play goal for the third consecutive game as the Los Angeles Kings won a key Western Conference matchup against the Dallas Stars 3-2. "You can tell he's having fun again," said teammate Milan Lucic, according to Greg Beacham of the Associated Press. "The coaches..." January 20

  • How Vincent Lecavalier got his groove back with the LA Kings

    Yahoo! Sports "On Jan. 9, Vincent Lecavalier landed in Los Angeles around noon. When he met the Kings to go over their expectations for him with his new team after a trade a day before from the Philadelphia Flyers they asked him if he wanted to play that day against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Lecavalier was..." January 20

  • Vincent Lecavalier wants another chance to play

    ESPN "The buzz this week surrounds the Tampa Bay Lightning's third overall pick from the 2013 draft (Jonathan Drouin) asking for a trade before his career has barely begun. But at the other end of the spectrum, the Lightning’s first overall pick from the 1998 draft remains hopeful for a move out of..." January 06

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