Vincent Lecavlier

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    Re: Vincent Lecavlier

     

    would you pay Vinny 5 mil. per?....

     

    his better days are long gone and he's been injured quite a bit the last few years....

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    I hope if PC is going to spend 5 mill on a forward he at least offers that to Horton before Vinny! 

     
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    Re: Vincent Lecavlier

    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    "Lecavalier still has seven years left on his Deal with a reported annual value of $7.73 million per year. By using the buy-out, the club wipes out the contract's value on their slaryt cap and must pay Lecavalier two-thirds of its existing value across twice the term of the contract."

     

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    I think Yzerman takes a run at Horton now...


     



    You're probably right San, but Detroit, Toronto & New Jersey may take Horton first. Detroit needs a top 6 right wing with only Eaves Cleary & Bertuzzi & the band-aid Samulesson. 

     
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    Re: Vincent Lecavlier

    "EWARK, N.J. -- It certainly didn’t take long for freshly minted UFA Vincent Lecavalier to get some attention around the league. While the 33-year-old center technically can’t sign with anyone other than the Tampa Bay Lightning until July 5, league rules allow his camp to talk to other teams until then. And that process started in a hurry.

    "We have been reached out to by a number of teams, easily a dozen or more," Kent Hughes, Lecavalier’s agent, told ESPN.com Friday afternoon. "This is the beginning of the process in trying to understand the various situations and trying to narrow it down."

    It was still way too early, Hughes said, to declare any potential front-runners. The process will need some time before that becomes clear. But it’s an important time for the Lecavalier camp. The ability to speak to teams right away gives him a leg up on regular UFAs, who have to wait until the July 3-4 window. Hughes will want to get a lot of the legwork done before getting ready to sign his client to a new team July 5.

    In the meantime, Lecavalier is organizing his thoughts right now, trying to figure out what markets would best suit him, etc. During a media call Thursday, Lecavalier mentioned the Detroit Red Wings as a team he liked growing up (along with the Montreal Canadiens). Well, the feeling is apparently mutual. A source Friday said that the Wings have interest in Lecavalier, although certainly not at any cost. It’s going to have to make sense both in salary and term. And the Wings know they won’t be alone in a courtship of Lecavalier."


    Lining up for Vinny!


     
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    Re: Vincent Lecavlier

    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    "EWARK, N.J. -- It certainly didn’t take long for freshly minted UFA Vincent Lecavalier to get some attention around the league. While the 33-year-old center technically can’t sign with anyone other than the Tampa Bay Lightning until July 5, league rules allow his camp to talk to other teams until then. And that process started in a hurry.

    "We have been reached out to by a number of teams, easily a dozen or more," Kent Hughes, Lecavalier’s agent, told ESPN.com Friday afternoon. "This is the beginning of the process in trying to understand the various situations and trying to narrow it down."

    It was still way too early, Hughes said, to declare any potential front-runners. The process will need some time before that becomes clear. But it’s an important time for the Lecavalier camp. The ability to speak to teams right away gives him a leg up on regular UFAs, who have to wait until the July 3-4 window. Hughes will want to get a lot of the legwork done before getting ready to sign his client to a new team July 5.

    In the meantime, Lecavalier is organizing his thoughts right now, trying to figure out what markets would best suit him, etc. During a media call Thursday, Lecavalier mentioned the Detroit Red Wings as a team he liked growing up (along with the Montreal Canadiens). Well, the feeling is apparently mutual. A source Friday said that the Wings have interest in Lecavalier, although certainly not at any cost. It’s going to have to make sense both in salary and term. And the Wings know they won’t be alone in a courtship of Lecavalier."


    Lining up for Vinny!


     




    hope these teams realize there'll be no more compliance buyouts after next season....

     
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