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Marc-Andre Fleury | Goalie

Team: Pittsburgh Penguins
Age / DOB:  (29) / 11/28/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 180
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Penguins GM Jim Rutherford isn't in a hurry to re-sign Marc-Andre Fleury, but he still holds him in high regard.
"I think he's one of the most talented goalies in the league," Rutherford said. "From my point of view, he's our goalie. There's no reason why he can't be our goalie for a long time." Fleury can become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the 2014-15 campaign. His agent, Allan Walsh, said he is on the same page as Rutherford and not having something worked out before the season starts is "of no consequence at all." Pittsburgh retained goaltender coach Mike Bales, who has been working hard to bring some consistency to Fleury's game, even though they cleaned house during the off-season. Fleury wants to remain loyal to the Pens as well and his preference is to be part of the organization for the "rest of his career." Aug 26 - 2:07 PM

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Fox Sports Midwest's Andy Strickland reports that the New York Islanders, Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Maple Leafs may all be active in the goalie FA market.

Strickland reports that the teams want to go for "1A/1B" situations, which could negatively impact the value of Marc-Andre Fleury, Jaroslav Halak and Jonathan Bernier respectively.
Jun 29 - 5:00 PM

While the Penguins are optimistic of inking Marc-Andre Fleury to a new contract, it’s unlikely to happen this offseason.

Fleury is entering the last season of a deal that carries a $5 million cap hit. General manager Jim Rutherford is a fan of Fleury, though his busy offseason isn't likely to include an extension for him. The 29-year-old posted a 39-18-5 record with a 2.37 goals-against average and .915 save percentage last season, with an identical save percentage in the playoffs.
Jun 29 - 12:04 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury has been inconsistent for the Pittsburgh Penguins but the team's new general manager likes him.

Jim Rutherford, who played goalie for the Penguins in the early 1970s, said he would have no qualms about going forward with Fleury, whose contract is entering its final year, as his go-to goaltender. "I think he's a very good goalie," Rutherford said. "He's coming off probably his best and most consistent year over the last four years, which to me is a very good sign that he's not tracking the other way, year after year."
Jun 7 - 10:44 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury couldn't hold off the New York Rangers in a 2-1 Game 7 loss on home ice Tuesday night.

Fleury faced only 20 Rangers shots in the defeat, allowing two goals in the process. He can hardly be blamed for the Penguins departure from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but he'll have something to dwell on over the summer nonetheless.
May 13 - 9:53 PM

Pittsburgh goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 26 of 29 shots but was beaten twice in the first 6:25 of the Pittsburgh Penguins' 3-1 playoff loss to the Rangers in New York Sunday night.

Martin St. Louis scored a goal off Fleury's leg, and Carl Hagelin beat Fleury with a floating backhand shot from the left circle. The loss means a seventh and deciding game will be played in the second-round series. It'll be in Pittsburgh Tuesday night. The Pens hope Fleury will have one of his strong nights rather than one of his shaky nights. Always tough to predict how Fleury will perform as he is rather inconsistent. In the post-season, Fleury is 9-7 with a GAA of 2.37 and a save percentage of .915.
May 11 - 10:24 PM

In the Penguins' 5-1 loss to the Rangers in Game 5 Friday night, Pittsburgh goalie Marc-Andre Fleury "showed his first real kinks of the series," writes Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writer Dejan Kovacevic.

He adds: "Too many big rebounds and far too much air under the Ryan McDonagh floater for the fourth New York goal." Fleury was coming off his best stretch of the post-season, having shut out the Rangers twice. The Pens lead the best-of-seven series 3-2. Fleury is 7-4 in the postseason, with a .918 save percentage and a 2.37 GAA.
May 10 - 10:56 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury allowed four goals on 34 shots as the New York Rangers severely outplayed the Penguins on home ice en route to a 5-1 victory in Friday night's Game 5.

Fleury was coming off his best stretch of the playoffs where he shut out the Blueshirts twice and grabbed another win in Game 4. Two power play goals allowed and a relentless Rangers forecheck buried the Penguins in this one though, who are still up 3-2 in the series. Fleury falls to 7-4 in the playoffs with a .918 save percentage and 2.37 goals against average.
May 9 - 10:07 PM

Marc-Andre Fleury could not muster another shutout, but managed to bring home the all-important victory in Game 4 over the Rangers on Wednesday night.

Fleury allowed two goals on 15 shots in the Pens’ 4-2 win on the road, bringing them within one win of eliminating New York. Fleury’s impressive shutout streak was snapped after 145:30 of flawless hockey on Wednesday, but has silenced his critics for now with three straight victories.
May 7 - 10:19 PM

To the surprise of no one, Marc-Andre Fleury has been named the Penguins' starter for Game 4 on Wednesday.

It will be his fourth start in six days, but he'll be playing against a Rangers team that's even more tired. Fleury shutout the Rangers in Games 2 and 3, which puts the pressure on New York to win tonight or come within one game of elimination.
May 7 - 2:26 PM

Craig Adams, who won the Stanley Cup with Marc-Andre Fleury in 2009, has never seen the Penguins goaltender play this good.

Fleury turned aside 35 straight shots against the New York Rangers on Monday to post his second straight shutout. He now has a 2.22 GAA and .925 save percentage in the playoffs. Fleury has had some rough patches in the playoffs, but he's also had some great performances and that gives the Penguins hope that this might be the year they reclaim the Cup.
May 6 - 10:43 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury posted his second straight shutout of the New York Rangers Monday, as Pittsburgh skated to a 2-0 victory in Game 3 of their second round playoff series.

Fleury blocked all 35 New York shots in the victory to record his second straight clean sheet of the Blueshirts. He may have struggled throughout Pittsburgh's first round series with Columbus, but Mr. Fleury has found his game in Round 2.
May 5 - 10:27 PM

Marc-Andre Fleury recorded his seventh career playoff shutout as he and the Penguins blanked the Rangers 3-0 in Game 2 on Sunday night.

Fleury made 22 saves, with his first shutout of this postseason. It was a complete game for the Penguins in all areas, so Fleury really wasn't called upon to make many big saves. A lot of the Rangers' shots came from the outside, with limited traffic in front. Fleury has a 2.49 goals-against average and .914 save percentage in the playoffs. The series is tied 1-1, with Game 3 on Monday night.
May 4 - 10:39 PM

For those of you wondering, Marc-Andre Fleury will start in goal against the Rangers in Game 2 Sunday night.

He had a rough start in Game 1 allowing two goals in the first period but settled down thereafter. Fleury needs to have a decent game to avoid the Rangers going up 2-0 in this second-round series.
May 4 - 11:43 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury allowed three goals on 27 shots in a 3-2 overtime loss to New York in Game 1 on Friday night.

Fleury allowed two first period goals, but settled down in the final 40 minutes as the Penguins tied it up to force overtime. In the third minute of the extra frame, Benoit Pouliot fed a wide open Derick Brassard in the slot and Fleury was beaten on a bullet top shelf. Fleury has allowed three or more goals in all but one playoff game so far.
May 2 - 10:30 PM

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C1Sidney Crosby
2Evgeni Malkin
3Brandon Sutter
4Marcel Goc
LW1Chris Kunitz
2Beau Bennett
3Nick Spaling
4Blake Comeau
5Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond
RW1Patric Hornqvist
2Pascal Dupuis
3Steve Downie
4Craig Adams
5Jayson Megna
D1Kris Letang
2Christian Ehrhoff
3Paul Martin
4Olli Maatta
5Rob Scuderi
6Simon Despres
7Robert Bortuzzo
8Brian Dumoulin
G1Marc-Andre Fleury
2Thomas Greiss
3Jeff Zatkoff