Lecavalier announced his retirement from the NHL on Tuesday.
Lecavalier played 17 seasons with the Lightning, Flyers and the Kings. He retires with 421 goals and 528 assists (949 points) in 1212 career games. He currently ranks first in Lightning history in games played (1037) and goals (383), while rankings second in assists (491), points (874) and game-winning goals (60).
Source: TSN 06/22/16, 6:53 am EST
Lecavalier (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Source: Jon Rosen 03/24/16, 10:32 am EST
The Kings have acquired Vincent Lecavalier and Luke Schenn from the Flyers in exchange for Jordan Weal and a 2016 3rd round pick.
Lecavalier has not appeared in a game since November 12th and has only played in seven games this season, registering a single assist. The Flyers will reportedly retain half of his salary but this deal still opens up some much needed salary space for the Flyers. Lecavalier should slot into a bottom-6 role with the Kings.
Lecavalier will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Lecavalier has served as a healthy scratch many times this season. He got back into the lineup for two games, but will come back out for Taylor Leier to make his NHL debut.
Lecavalier is expected to make his season debut on Thursday.
Lecavalier has been a healthy scratch in the first eight games of the season but with Pierre-Edouard Bellemare potentially out with an injury, it looks like Lecavlier will draw in for the first time this season.
Lecavalier will not play on Saturday due to a suspected concussion.
Lecavalier suffered a head injury in the Flyers loss to Carolina on Thursday. He will be held out of the season finale, so Jason Akeson has been recalled and will replace Vinny in the lineup today.
Source: Tim Riday 04/11/15, 6:52 am EST
Lecavalier will be back in the Flyers lineup on Saturday.
Lecavalier has been a healthy scratch in the last three games, but will be back in the lineup on Saturday vs. the Sharks. Lecavalier has just 18 points (7G / 11A) in 51 games this season.
Lecavalier is expected to be back in the Flyers lineup on Tuesday.
Lecavalier has been a healthy scratch for a lot of the season, including the lat three games. He has 17 points (7G / 10A) in 46 games this season. He will replace R.J Umberger in the lineup tonight.
Source: Dave Isaac 03/10/15, 7:00 am EST
Lecavalier (healthy scratch) could be back in the lineup on Thursday.
Coach Craig Berube said that there is a chance that Lecavalier could be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Panthers. If Vinny gets back in, he will be playing centre. Lecavalier has six points (2G / 4A) in 16 games this season.
Lecavalier will be a healthy scratch vs. his former team on Tuesday.
Lecavalier has not been in the lineup in two weeks. He last suited up on November 29th vs. the Rangers and will be a scratch for the seventh consecutive game tomorrow. "It's not just because it's Tampa," Lecavalier said after Monday's practice. "I just want to play. I said pretty much everything last week. There's nothing to say. Practice hard and be ready mentally if I get a chance to play."
Lecavalier (lower-body) was back at Flyers practice on Monday.
Lecavalier has not played in the last six games, but he was believed to be a “healthy scratch” for at least three of those games. His return to practice today is a sign that he is getting healthy, but there is no word when he will get back into the lineup.
Source: Dave Isaac 12/15/14, 5:48 am EST
Lecavalier is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Lecavalier has been a healthy scratch for the last five games so he must have suffered the injury in practice recently. Since he has not been in the lineup, it won’t have any effect on the Flyers lineup on Saturday.
Lecavalier will serve as a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Lecavalier was a healthy scratch on Tuesday for the first time in his NHL career and despite the Flyers losing 2-1, they will sit the veteran yet again.
Lecavalier will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
For the first time in his 15 year career. He played a season-low (likely a career-low) 5:56 in the Flyer loss to the Rangers on Saturday. Philadelphia is struggling mightily right now and Vinny has just one assist in his last nine games.
Lecavalier (foot) will play Saturday.
Lecavalier has missed the last seven games, but will be back in the Flyers lineup tomorrow vs. the Panthers. He will skate between R.J Umberger and Wayne Simmonds. He had one goal and two assists in his first three games.
Lecavalier (foot) is expected to return to the Flyers lineup on Saturday.
Lecavalier was a full-go in practice on Friday and skated on a line with R.J Umberger and Wayne Simmonds as well as participated in power-play drills, which are both signs that he should make a return to the lineup tomorrow. Vinny has missed the last seven games with a foot injury he suffered on October 11th.
Lecavalier (foot) will travel with the Flyers to Florida.
Lecavalier will miss his sixth straight game tonight but he will travel with the team this week, however his status still remains up in the air. He participated in the morning skate which is another positive, but as of right now, he remains without a target date.
Lecavalier (foot) is practicing with the Flyers this morning.
Lecavalier has not practiced since October 11th because of a foot injury he suffered in the third game of the season. He was only expected to skate on his own this morning, so staying on for the practice is a good sign that he foot is healing well. He is considered day-to-day and likely won't be back until next week.
Source: Dave Isaac 10/24/14, 6:52 am EST
Lecavalier (lower-body) will miss two weeks.
Lecavalier was off to a nice start to the season, with one goal and two assists in the first three games, but will miss two weeks with the lower-body injury. He will likely land on IR for a brief period of time. Expect the Flyers to recall a forward from Lehigh Valley (AHL).
Vinny excited to get more mins. on second line.
Lecavalier has one assist so far this postseason but has previously been a stellar postseason performer for the Lightning.