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Extractions: Player Profile Situational Stats Game Log Other C ... TB Roster Track This Player Key Stats GLS AST PTS PIM TOI SPORTSLINE PLAYER RANKING Centers Complete Rankings HEAD TO HEAD Compare Lecavalier against his opponents in his next game. Match him with up to 3 players at once. Opponents Selections - Red Wings - Schneider, Mathieu Dandenault, Mathieu Zetterberg, Henrik Whitney, Ray Lang, Robert Shanahan, Brendan Williams, Jason Datsyuk, Pavel Fischer, Jiri Woolley, Jason Lidstrom, Nicklas Holmstrom, Tomas Devereaux, Boyd Hull, Brett Hatcher, Derian Yzerman, Steve McCarty, Darren Rivers, Jamie Chelios, Chris Maltby, Kirk Draper, Kris Thomas, Steve Selections Player News The Lightning re-signed Vincent Lecavalier to a four-year contract on Tuesday.
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NHL.com Players vincent lecavalier, vincent lecavalier 4 Center. Height 6 4 Weight 215 Shoots Left NHL.com is the official Web site of the National hockey League. http://www.nhl.com/lineups/player/8467329.html
Extractions: Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey NY Islanders NY Rangers Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St. Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites CBA News AHL ECHL UHL CHL NHL Officials Mighty Roos Eishockey.com Hockeyghiaccio flowers.nhl.com NHL Auctions NHL Alumni PowerPlay NHLExchange Hockey Injuries Beckett e-Store Hockey Archive ILE BIZARD, QC, CAN TAMPA BAY's 1 st -round choice (1 st overall) in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. Top selection of the 1998 Entry Draft. Rapidly developing into an elite player. Solid size at 6-foot-4, 205 pounds. Scored 13 goals and 15 assists in 82 games in 1998-99. Posted career-highs in goals, assists and points in 1999-2000. Enjoyed a spectacular final junior season with Rimouski Oceanic of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, scoring 115 points in 58 games in 1997-98. Game By Game Stats: Career Regular Season Stats Season Team GP G A P PIM PP SH GW GT Shots Pct Lightning Lightning Lightning Lightning Lightning Lightning NHL Totals
WhatIfSports.com: Hockey Play By Play 237, 2000sCanada, vincent lecavalier wins faceoff against Phil Esposito 1633, 2000sCanada, Shot on goal by vincent lecavalier (snapshot) http://www.nhl.com/fancentral/quest/canada/boxes/pbp/105680_2.htm
Extractions: 2nd Period Summary Jump to: TIME TEAM ACTION Phil Esposito wins faceoff against Jarome Iginla Shot on goal by Phil Esposito (backhand) Stoppage: puck in crowd Joe Thornton wins faceoff against Phil Esposito Shot on goal by Bobby Orr (wristshot) Bill Barber shoots off the rebound (wristshot) Bryan Mccabe leaves the penalty box. Bobby Clarke leaves the penalty box. Stoppage: offside Jason Allison wins faceoff against Gilbert Perreault Stoppage: icing Jason Allison wins faceoff against Darryl Sittler Stoppage: net off post Darryl Sittler wins faceoff against Vincent Lecavalier Stoppage: puck in crowd Vincent Lecavalier wins faceoff against Phil Esposito 2 minute penalty on Jerry Korab for holding the stick Powerplay - Joe Thornton wins faceoff against Guy Lafleur Powerplay - Shot on goal by Joe Thornton (slapshot) Shorthanded - Stoppage: offside Powerplay - Joe Thornton wins faceoff against Guy Lafleur Shorthanded - Shot missed by Bill Barber (over net) Powerplay - Shot on goal by Jarome Iginla (slapshot) Powerplay - Wade Redden shoots off the rebound (tip in) Shorthanded - Stoppage: puck in crowd Powerplay - Joe Thornton wins faceoff against Guy Lafleur Jerry Korab leaves the penalty box.
CCMSports.com > Pro Zone > Vincent Lecavalier The Tampa Bay Lightning selected vincent lecavalier 1 st overall, He represented Canada at the 2001 World hockey Championships and scored 5 points in http://en.ccmsports.com/community/prozone/lecavalier/index.php
Extractions: Biography Quebec had just finished two standout seasons with the Rimouski Oceanic of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), part of the Canadian Major Junior Hockey League (CHL). He also represented Canada at the World Junior Championships in Finland. Lecavalier joined the Lightning in 1998-99 for his rookie campaign and finished in the top ten in goals, points, and shots among NHL freshman. He was one of only two Tampa Bay players to play in all 82 games that season. Lecavalier was named NHL Rookie of the Month for February. Lecavalier broke loose during his second NHL season in 1999-2000 by leading the Lightning in goals (25), assists (42) and points (67). He was named Team Captain on March 11, 2000, becoming the youngest full-time Captain in NHL history. During the 2000-2001 season, Lecavalier missed 14 games because of a fractured bone in his left foot but still managed to score 51 points (23G, 28A). He represented Canada at the 2001 World Hockey Championships and scored 5 points in only 7 games. In 2001-2002, Lecavalier became the first Lightning player to have three consecutive 20-goal seasons. In 2002-2003, Lecavalier relinquished his Captaincy to veteran Dave Andreychuk and served as Alternate Captain. He
Extractions: Winning the Stanley Cup becomes a family affair, and Tampa's terrific Number 4 shares the spotlight with his Dad, Yvon, and mother, Christianne, back home in Ile Bizard, Quebec. The prized Stanley Cup arrived in Ile Bizard at 11AM Saturday, August 7, greeted by Vincent, his girlfriend Carolyn, his brother Phil and parents Yvon and Christianne. As Vincent carefully cradled the Cup, spontaneous clapping took place around the neighbourhood, so Tampa's Number 4 took the trophy around to show his family's friends. After a quick circuit, he retired to his folks' backyard for photographs. Hoisting hockey's Holy Grail, Vincent Lecavalier cruised the harbour of Old Montreal with special friends and family. Lecavalier ventured with the Stanly Cup into beautiful Old Montreal, the historic area comprised of tiny cobblestone streets filled with caleches carrying tourists through the area behind the clip-clop of beautiful, strong horses. Vincent had booked a cruise for his family and friends on the Cavalier Maxim, which took the party around the harbour. " I got the idea from Mathieu Dandenault