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Topic - Vincent Lecavalier
Jaromir Jagr is still available. So is goalie Tim Thomas, who continues exploring whether to make a comeback after taking a season off.
Daniel Alfredsson bolted from the Ottawa Senators to sign with the Detroit Red Wings, sensing that was the best move he could make in his drive to win a championship before his career ends.
The puck has dropped on NHL free agency with a two-day negotiating window before players _ other than those whose contracts were recently bought out _ can sign Friday.
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.
Nathan MacKinnon and Sidney Crosby now share more than a hometown.
In an odd bit of serendipity, Tom Poti on Saturday found himself in the same place he was two years and seven days earlier.
Boston and Tampa Bay have played a pair of surprisingly high scoring games and the trend might continue the way the Eastern Conference finals is going.
Tyler Seguin had two goals and two assists and the Boston Bruins fed off the energy of the recently promoted rookie to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 6-5 and tie the Eastern Conference finals at one game each on Tuesday night.
The Tampa Bay Lightning aren't impressed with their surprising 2-0 NHL playoff lead over the Washington Capitals.
The Tampa Bay Lightning's first playoff win in four years restored some of the confidence they will need to have continued success against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Martin St. Louis won't have any trouble adjusting his playoff game face.
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.
Alex Ovechkin assisted on Washington's only goal in regulation, then scored in the opening round of the shootout to give the first-place Capitals a 2-1 victory over the slumping Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday night.
"Montreal is a special place with a lot of history and it can offer a lot," Lecavalier said after the buyout was announced. "They have a good team, they proved it last year, so I'm open to Montreal. But I'm not closing the door on anyone. The door is open for everyone and after that we'll see."
"It's nice to be here, and go back on the ice," Lecavalier said. "The whole atmosphere of getting back in it, it's exciting."