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Vincent Lecavalier coasted the last few years as the No. 2 center on the Tampa Bay Lightning. Now he is eager to get onto the attack with the Philadelphia Flyers.He seems enthusiastic about getting out of trap move and onto the forecheck. But can he really play at that pace at this point in his career?And could he really play right wing, where the Flyers are threatening to play him?Lecavalier would love to play right wing on top line with Claude Giroux.“If you watch me in a game, if I have a choice of going on the left side with the puck or right side, I choose, 99 percent of time, going on the right side,” Lecavalier told Philadelphia reporters. “It’s not something I really worry about, especially after being told you might play with Claude Giroux. I’m open to that and would be excited for that.“I would be very comfortable. That is something they asked me at the meeting if I could play wing and I said, certainly. I’m a lot more comfortable on the right wing than on the off-wing.”Tr...
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According to Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia's Tim Panaccio, while Vincent Lecavalier met with other teams after entertaining the Philadelphia Flyers' opening wine-and-dine offer in New York this past weekend, Lecavalier more or less decided that he was going to join the Flyers by the time their presentation was over:
“The meeting I had with them, that was the place...
via the Flyers PR department...
The Philadelphia Flyers have signed 6-4, 215-lb free-agent center Vincent Lecavalier to a multi-year contract, according to general manager Paul Holmgren.
"It is a great honor for me to be a part of the Flyers,” Lecavalier said. “This is a great hockey team with a great history which I'm very proud to be a part of. I'm going...
(Philadelphia) There were a lot of questions about what will the Philadelphia Flyers do once Free Agency started on July 5, The Flyers made a big splash in Free Agency when they signed former Tampa bay lighting center Vincent Lecavalier to a 5-year/$22.5M deal. The Flyers made it official today when Lecavalier signed his new contract with [...]
Nick Cousins is a prospect in the Philadelphia Flyers system. After tearing it up with the Soo Greyhounds in the OHL, Cousins joined the Adirondack Phantoms this past year. Nick is partaking in the Flyers Developmental Camp this week, and has been kind enough to join us as a guest blogger to describe what it is like.
You can read Nick’s day one blog here.
Two defensemen battle for the puck in front of the net during drills.
The Philadelphia Flyers five day long Development Camp kicked off on Sunday evening, bringing together 26 prospects and five invitees.
Forwards and defensemen were placed into separate groups, and all went through drills in order to improve various aspects of their game.
The players took Sunday to mostly get acclimated to...
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Nick Cousins is a prospect in the Philadelphia Flyers system. After tearing it up with the Soo Greyhounds in the OHl, Cousins joined the Adirondack Phantoms this past year. Nick is partaking in the Flyers Developmental Camp this week, and has been kind enough to join us as a guest blogger to describe what it is like.
Day 1- July 7 2012
First day of camp is over! Today...
NHLThe annual Philadelphia Flyers Prospect Camp (now being called the “Flyers Development Camp”) kicks off Sunday evening before settling in for the duration of next week. The “Trial on the Isle” that also takes place every year in Avalon, NJ will commence on Wednesday.
Ian Laperriere, head of player development, has revamped the...
By David Strehle (@David_Strehle)
The NHL draft is in the rearview mirror, the free agency period is upon us, and that means one thing in Philadelphia. Among a littany of trade rumors and speculation as to which free agents they will attempt to sign, the Flyers were once again in the market for a starting goaltender.
Other than last year when Ilya Bryzgalov was entering his second...
(Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) Last summer, the Philadelphia Flyers made an attempt to land defenseman Keith Yandle of the Phoenix Coyotes. However, the asking price — two impact forwards — was too high for Flyers’ GM Paul Holmgren to pull the trigger on. At this past trade deadline, the Flyers re-visted the idea of trading for the [...]
The free agency frenzy is in full effect as NHL teams race to sign marquee players and make headline-grabbing splashes in an attempt to improve their rosters and invigorate their fan bases. The two big name buyouts, Vincent Lecavalier and Danny Briere, got the wheels turning early as they made their respective minds up about their new destinations. Montreal finally got the player...