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Topic - Vincent Lecavalier
The Philadelphia Flyers are ready for the playoffs.
The Philadelphia Flyers picked up their defense and their drive to snap their losing streak. Playing the lowly Buffalo Sabres helped, too.
There is no secret to Boston's road success. The Bruins play their system and play it well no matter where they play.
Vincent Lecavalier's sore back is getting better. So is his self-confidence.
Tampa Bay cut ties with Lecavalier to clear space under a smaller salary cap. The Philadelphia Flyers took advantage of both of their compliance buyouts to release forward Danny Briere and goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov.
The Tampa Bay Lightning aren't impressed with their surprising 2-0 NHL playoff lead over the Washington Capitals.
Sidney Crosby? No. Evgeni Malkin? No.
Martin St. Louis and Vincent Lecavalier are relishing another playoff drive with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Tampa Bay center Vincent Lecavalier has left the game against Chicago after being accidentally high-sticked in the face by Blackhawks forward Michael Frolik early in the second period.
Tampa Bay Lightning captain Vincent Lecavalier broke his right hand in Thursday's game against the Washington Capitals and will be sidelined from three to four weeks.
"From the start we got, from the first (eight) games, we've got to be proud of what we've done," Lecavalier said. "Obviously we have to finish strong and make sure that we're ready and confident for that first round."
"It felt good. They've been hard to come by since I got back from my injury," Lecavalier said. "Sometimes a goal like that will kind of, I don't want to say jumpstart, but get more confidence and keep going."