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Dec 19, 2014
Rotoworld
Vincent Lecavalier was limited to 11:48 minutes in the Flyers' 2-1 shootout loss on Thursday.
Rotoworld Dec 19, 2014

Lecavalier has limited minutes in his return - Vincent Lecavalier (C) Philadelphia Flyers

Vincent Lecavalier was limited to 11:48 minutes in the Flyers' 2-1 shootout loss on Thursday.
Broad Street Hockey Dec 18, 2014

Thursday Morning Fly By: Let he who wipes no boogers cast the first stone...

Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes... *Florida tonight. Hopefully this game be slightly less boring than Tuesday's loss to the Bolts. Official preview here, BSH preview to follow, puck drops at 7PM, woo! *Biggest news ahead of tonight's game? The return of Vincent Lecavalier. ...yay? [Courier-Post] *If Lecavalier performs, this might serve as a reset of what could be a strained relationship between the Vinny and Craig Berube. [Daily News] *On Steve Mason's upward climb. [Flyers] *Our resident cap expert Kevin Christmann takes...
philly.com Dec 17, 2014

Lecavalier may return to Flyers lineup Thursday

Watching the Flyers struggle to score against a fatigued Tampa Bay Lightning club on Tuesday looks like it might provide the impetus coach Craig Berube needed to put forward Vinny Lecavalier back in his mind and, quite possibly, back on the ice.
philly.com Dec 8, 2014

Flyers' Lecavalier trying to stay positive

Vinny Lecavalier, on being a healthy scratch for the first time in his career. "It's been a really tough week."
philly.com Dec 3, 2014

Lecavalier fondly recalls Beliveau

After skating at practice here Wednesday, Flyers forward Vinny Lecavalier fondly recalled his idol, Jean Beliveau, the Montreal Canadiens great who died Tuesday at age 83.
Broad Street Hockey Dec 3, 2014

Could Vincent Lecavalier retire before the end of his contract?

The Vincent Lecavalier experiment has obviously not gone according to plan for anyone involved, but has it gotten so bad for the once-elite veteran center that he'd willingly pass up millions to stop playing for the Flyers before his contract ends in 2018? Whether you were awake to watch it or not, you likely saw at some point on Tuesday that Craig Berube decided to healthy-scratch Flyers forward Vincent Lecavalier for the first time in Lecavalier's illustrious 16-year career. While it's sad to see it come down to this for a good guy like Lecavalier, it's very hard to argue with the move on...
philly.com Dec 3, 2014

Flyers' Lecavalier: 'I dont' want to be a distraction'

Vinny Lecavalier is embarrassed and angry about being forced to sit as a healthy scratch, but said he won't ask for a trade.
philly.com Dec 2, 2014

Flyers bench struggling Lecavalier for game against Sharks

Veteran Vinny Lecavalier acknowledges he has been struggling, but is stunned at being a healthy scratch for the first time ever.

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