TAMPA, Fla. - Still toting around his hockey bag from the Los Angeles Kings, which holds his grey practice jersey and black L.A. helmet with the No. 44 on the back, Vinny Lecavalier stepped on the ice at Amalie Arena looking like he was ready to join the Lightning for another practice.
But the former first overall pick in 1998, who served as captain of the Tampa Bay Lightning and proved the face of the franchise for more than a decade, takes things a bit more slow these days, and that includes when he steps on the ice.
"You skate around but you just don't feel the same physically once you get ...
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