Vincent Lecavalier traded to Kings by Flyers

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The Los Angeles Kings acquired brazen Vincent Lecavalier and defenseman Luke Schenn from a Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday in a trade for brazen Jordan Weal and a third-round collect in a 2016 NHL Draft.

“I consider both parties are looking during a same thing; hopefully there’s something here in a nearby destiny that can be done.” Lecavalier told ESPN.com on Tuesday. “I’m apparently not in those conversations, though if a phone rings, there’s unequivocally seductiveness in going somewhere given we wish to play hockey. we still adore it, we still wish to do it, we wish to have a purpose on a team, whatever purpose that is.”

TSN’s Darren Dreger reported a Flyers will keep 50 percent of Lecavalier’s and Schenn’s contracts.

Lecavalier has one support in 7 games this deteriorate and hasn’t played given Nov. 12. He had 8 goals and 12 assists in 57 games final season.

He’s in a third deteriorate of a five-year agreement value $22.5 million, according to war-on-ice.com.

“I still trust in what we can do and what we can bring,” Lecavalier told ESPN.com author Pierre LeBrun. “I can move leadership, whatever purpose a group would wish me to do. we can play plain both ways. It’s only a matter of carrying a possibility to have some form of role. Whatever purpose that is, I’d be prepared to fill it and assistance that group win. That’s a many critical thing during my age (35) and where I’ve been; a final few years have been unequivocally tough. we only unequivocally wish to win and assistance be partial of that nonplus to assistance a group win.”

TSN’s Bob McKenzie reported Lecavalier’s agent, Kent Hughes, pronounced Lecavalier intends to retire during a finish of this season. The No. 1 collect in a 1998 NHL Draft has played 1,170 games with a Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning.

Schenn, 26, has dual goals and 5 points in 29 games this season. He’s in a final deteriorate of a five-year agreement value $18 million, according to war-on-ice.com, and can turn an unlimited giveaway agent. His brother, Brayden Schenn, is a brazen with a Flyers.

Weal, 23, done his NHL entrance with a Kings this deteriorate and is scoreless in 10 games.

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