|Apr. 9 2:30 PM PT3:30 PM MT4:30 PM CT5:30 PM ET21:30 GMT5:30 AM 北京时间2:30 PM MST4:30 PM EST1:30 UAE (+1)17:30 ET - Lecavalier recorded a goal and an assist for the second straight game in Tuesday's win at Florida.
Analysis: Lecavalier has nine goals and eight assists over his last 25 games. He totaled 20 points over his first 41 games.
|Mar. 3 2:26 PM PT3:26 PM MT4:26 PM CT5:26 PM ET22:26 GMT6:26 AM 北京时间3:26 PM MST5:26 PM EST2:26 UAE (+1)17:26 ET - Lecavalier scored at 2:45 of overtime and the Flyers rallied from a two-goal deficit for a 5-4 victory on Sunday against Washington.
Analysis: Lecavalier, who is playing in his first season with Philadelphia, has scored in back-to-back games.
|Dec. 3 9:03 PM PT10:03 PM MT11:03 PM CT12:03 AM ET5:03 GMT1:03 PM 北京时间10:03 PM MST12:03 AM EST9:03 UAE0:03 ET - Shortly before Saturday's game at the Columbus Blue Jackets, Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren announced Lecavalier, who had missed the last nine games with a non-displaced fracture in his back, would play.
Analysis: Lecavalier has nine goals and six assists in 23 games and still leads the Flyers with five power-play goals.
|Nov. 2 10:19 PM PT11:19 PM MT12:19 AM CT1:19 AM ET5:19 GMT1:19 PM 北京时间10:19 PM MST12:19 AM EST9:19 UAE1:19 ET - Lecavalier will not play Saturday after suffering facial injuries in a fight Friday night.
Analysis: Lecavalier was injured in one of the many fights taking place at the same time against Washington. He's considered day to day.
|Oct. 27 12:39 PM PT1:39 PM MT2:39 PM CT3:39 PM ET19:39 GMT3:39 AM 北京时间12:39 PM MST2:39 PM EST23:39 UAE15:39 ET - Lecavalier scored three goals in Philadelphia's biggest offensive outburst of the season and lifted the Flyers to a 5-2 victory over the New York Islanders on Saturday night.
Analysis: Lecavalier had one goal and two assists in his first six games with Philadelphia.
|Oct. 12 9:18 PM PT10:18 PM MT11:18 PM CT12:18 AM ET4:18 GMT12:18 PM 北京时间9:18 PM MST11:18 PM EST8:18 UAE0:18 ET - Lecavalier left the Flyers' 2-1 loss to Phoenix on Friday with a lower-body injury.
Analysis: There are few details about Lecavalier's injury, but he's having only a slight impact in his first season with the Flyers. He has one goal and two assist through five games.
|July 6 10:04 AM PT11:04 AM MT12:04 PM CT1:04 PM ET17:04 GMT1:04 AM 北京时间10:04 AM MST12:04 PM EST21:04 UAE13:04 ET - Lecavalier and the Flyers officially announced their $22.5 million, five-year contract on Saturday.
Analysis: Lecavalier, a former Lightning captain, had some options as to where he wanted to chase a second Stanley Cup. Only 33, Lecavalier has plenty left to offer a contender - or even a team like the Flyers in the midst of an offseason overhaul after missing the playoffs.
|July 2 3:40 PM PT4:40 PM MT5:40 PM CT6:40 PM ET22:40 GMT6:40 AM 北京时间3:40 PM MST5:40 PM EST2:40 UAE (+1)18:40 ET - The Philadelphia Flyers have signed Lecavalier to a multi-year contract.
Analysis: The Tampa Bay Lightning let their 33-year-old captain go last week, and the Flyers pounced Tuesday night, signing him to a reported five-year deal worth $22.5 million. 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.
|June 27 10:02 AM PT11:02 AM MT12:02 PM CT1:02 PM ET17:02 GMT1:02 AM 北京时间10:02 AM MST12:02 PM EST21:02 UAE13:02 ET - The Tampa Bay Lightning are buying out the contract of Lecavalier, a move that will create salary cap space and make one of the stars of the franchise's only Stanley Cup champion a free agent next month. The buyout will cost more than $32 million over 14 years.
Analysis: Lecavalier was the top pick in the 1998 NHL draft and helped Tampa Bay to the NHL title in 2004. He is Tampa Bay's career leader in goals and games played. The four-time All-Star spent 14 seasons with the Lightning and was team captain for much of that time.
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