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philly.com Jun 21, 2016

Ex-Flyer Lecavalier officially retires

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. - Los Angeles Kings forward Vincent Lecavalier formally retired Tuesday after 17 NHL seasons. When he joined the Kings in January from the Flyers, Lecavalier declared the 2015-16 season would be his last. He confirmed his retirement intentions after Los Angeles was eliminated from the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs in April, putting an early end to Lecavalier's revitalizing tenure with the Kings.
LA Kings’ Vincent Lecavalier formally retires from NHL

LA Kings’ Vincent Lecavalier formally retires from NHL

Los Angeles Kings forward Vincent Lecavalier has retired after 17 NHL seasons.
Broad Street Hockey Jun 21, 2016

Vincent Lecavalier will indeed retire, leaving Flyers clear of his contract

No obligations for the Flyers on the Vincent Lecavalier front any longer. One of the conditions to the trade that sent Vincent Lecavalier to the Los Angeles Kings earlier in the year was that he had to retire following the season, thus leaving both the Flyers and Kings without any financial obligations. It was a win-win: the Flyers didn’t have to worry about keeping his contract around (whether via buy out or just by keeping him on the roster for two more seasons) and Vinny got a chance to end his career on the ice instead of in the press box. But after going through a bit of a resurgence...

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