Vincent Lecavalier

Series in Review: Flyers-Lightning 2004
This series was a seven-game showdown that truly went back and forth. When the Flyers had their backs against the wall in Game 6, a late goal flipped the series back around and helped it reach the distance. In the end, just two goals separated the teams in the seven-game series and it was a one-goal margin in Game 7 that decided the series.
Series in Review: Flyers-Rangers 2014
They were set to face off against the New York Rangers in the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs. In his first season behind the bench was now Flyers head coach Alain Vigneault. What ensued was a battle of a seven-game series that featured ups and downs the entire way. Here is a closer look at the Flyers 2014 playoff series against the Rangers.
Paul Holmgren Happy to Have JVR Back with Flyers
Six years ago, then Flyers GM Paul Holmgren made a trade that is widely regarded as the worst in franchise history when he sent James van Riemsdyk to Toronto for Luke Schenn. The Flyers president is among the many in Flyers management excited to have JVR back in Orange and Black.
Emery Pitches a Shutout as Flyers Blank Devils
NEWARK, N.J. -- Ray Emery gave up four goals on 15 shots in 22:47 of playing time, and even had a fight Friday against Washington. On Saturday against New Jersey, he showed a different kind of fight. Emery stopped all 14 shots he faced, leading the Flyers past the Devils 1-0 in perhaps last-place Philadelphia's most complete effort of the season...
“FI-RE HOLM-GREN!”
PHILADELPHIA — By the time the Flyers were down half a dozen goals, the boos that rained down from fans who hadn’t gone home yet were accompanied by a chant that recurred until the final buzzer sounded. “FI-RE HOLM-GREN!” General manager Paul Holmgren sat in his suite staring blankly at the ice during the Flyers’ 7-0 shellacking at the hands of the Washington Capitals...
Welcome Vinny!
Last Saturday night, on the eve of the draft, Flyers general manger Paul Holmgren wasn’t thinking about Sam Morin, the defenseman he took in the first round. He wasn’t thinking about Robert Hagg, a second-round draft pick, either. He was on a train up to New York with Peter Laviolette thinking about Vincent Lecavalier...