7:39 PM EDT, Thu October 08, 2015
Raw Charge 6 hours ago

More on Vincent Lecavalier's scratching by the Flyers

The news was published on October 5th that Vincent Lecavalier wasn't going to be in the lineup tonight for the Philadelphia Flyers. Lightning beat writer Joe Smith shared with the public that Vinny's had a little more forewarning about the fact: Lecavalier said it's tough not to play, especially here in Tampa. Was told 10 days ago he'd be a scratch for opene... http://t.co/cLzlgASoUQ — Joe Smith (@TBTimes_JSmith) October 8, 2015 Clicking on the tweet and seeing it on the web will show you some remarks form Lecavalier... But as a fan, this hurts to see.  10 days ago was only 5 days...
Tampa Bay Times 6 hours ago

Lecavalier says it's tough to be scratched in Tampa return

Vinny Lecavalier hasn't played for the Lightning for two years now, but he says it's still a special feeling getting back on the Amalie Arena ice.
Raw Charge 10 hours ago

10.08.2015 Tampa Bay Lightning versus Philadelphia Flyers game day coverage

The 2015-16 season gets underway tonight at Amalie Arena as the Lightning host the Philadelphia Flyers - a one-game homestand before venturing out four a 3 game road trip through the northeast. Radko Gudas returns to face the Lightning a an opponent for the first time since he was traded for Brayden Coburn. Vincent Lecavalier hopes the modified situation in Philadelphia can help him recapture his Success.
philly.com Oct 6, 2015

Del Zotto figures to play big role in Flyers offense

Defenseman Michael Del Zotto and forward Vinny Lecavalier had something in common last season: Both couldn't understand why they were not always in coach Craig Berube's lineup.
philly.com Oct 3, 2015

Flyers preview: More scoring needed to make playoffs

Bounce-back seasons from Matt Read, R.J. Umberger, and Vinny Lecavalier. More production from Sean Couturier and Brayden Schenn. Higher scoring from a defense that has added the offensive-minded Evgeny Medvedev.
philly.com Oct 2, 2015

Flyers lose their preseason finale

NEWARK, N.J. - Unhappily, Vinny Lecavalier spent most of last season as the Flyers' fourth-line right winger and, if Friday's lineup is an indicator, he may return to that position this year.
philly.com Sep 19, 2015

Flyers' Vincent Lecavalier back in natural position at center

Vinny Lecavalier was back at his natural position, center, as the Flyers opened training camp before a huge crowd in Voorhees on Friday. R.J. Umberger and Sam Gagner were his wingers. Call it the Redemption Line.

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