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Why is Vincent Lecavalier kissing glass?
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After his immature prank, both Wile E. Coyote and his ACME Superconductive Electromagnet were escorted from the arena.
Don Paul Martin
Vincent Lecavalier finds out why the Lambeau Leap does not work for hockey.
If they won't trade me I'll just try to escape.
Spring Hill, Fla.
Anna ... I love you.
The NHL's plan to replace Plexiglass with transparent flypaper proved to be a dismal failure.
New corporate sponsor Velcro gets a nice plug from Vincent Lecavalier as the Tampa fans go nuts.
Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug ...
Too painful to watch ... must ... get out of ... building ...
"Gonna stay at the Y ... M ... C ... A."
The day the Earth's rotation sped up caught many by surprise ...
Super Glue Night sounded like such a promising idea in the staff meeting ...
"Don't stand too close to the glass, Clarice."
"Geez! That's the last time I stand behind Nikolai after he's had the stadium chili cheese fries before the game!"
"... and a phenomenal bone-crushing body check by the Invisible Man."
Always coming up with New Ideas, The WWF brings cage matches to the NHL.
Lecavalier finally reaches an all-time low, being checked by a midget.
Already shunned from Canada's Olympic hockey team, Lecavalier makes a last ditch effort to qualify for his country's figure skating team ... with disastrous results.
Vincent Lecavalier: "I saw this on Letterman once ..."
To the delight of the crowd, Vincent Lecavalier shoots a live public service announcement on the perils of static cling at the workplace.
Vincent Lecavalier was propelled into the glass after arena officials accidently activated the "Overrated Hockey Player" magnet located in section 310.
And here is the real caption from The Associated Press: Tampa Bay Lightning center Vincent Lecavalier celebrates after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime against the St. Louis Blues on Dec. 21, 2001, at the Ice Palace in Tampa, Fla. The Lightning defeated the Blues 4-3. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)