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Marc-Andre Fleury | Goalie | #29

Team: Vegas Golden Knights
Age / DOB:  (33) / 11/28/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 180
Drafted: 2003 / Rd. 1 (1) / PIT
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Marc-Andre Fleury returned to action Tuesday against the Hurricanes and he allowed two goals on 37 shots in a shootout loss.
It was Fleury's first appearance since Oct. 13 due to a concussion. He looked pretty sharp considering the lengthy layoff, but it's no surprise that once the game went to a shootout he might be at a disadvantage. Bench boss Gerard Gallant made it known the veteran would be making a majority of the starts now that he is healthy, so that's bad news for Malcolm Subban and any other Golden Knights backstops who held down the fort in Fleury's absence. Dec 13 - 1:31 AM

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Marc-Andre Fleury will make his return to the crease on Tuesday night.

Fleury was the first goaltender off the ice at the morning skate and will get the start versus Carolina. He hasn't played since Oct. 13 because of a concussion. Fluery had a 3-1-0 record with a 2.48 goals-against average and a .925 save percentage in four appearances before he got hurt.
Dec 12 - 2:01 PM

Vegas coach Gerard Gallant has made it clear that now that Marc-Andre Fleury is healthy, he'll get the majority of the starts.

That's not too surprising, but it is at least worthy of confirmation given how well Malcolm Subban has done. Subban has a 7-2-0 record, 2.33 GAA, and .924 save percentage in 10 games. "Fleury’s been our No. 1 man, and that’s the plan and we’re going to see how things go," Gallant said. "He hasn’t played in two months, so there’s going to be a part of the schedule where Fleury plays some important games and he’s probably going to play more games than the plan was earlier on in the year. Plans change every day."
Dec 12 - 6:19 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury should get back into the net on Tuesday night when Vegas hosts Carolina.

Fleury hasn't played since Oct. 13 when he suffered a concussion. "I'm excited to be back," he said after Monday's practice. "Obviously, it was difficult sitting out and not being able to help the team. I wish I could have come back sooner. But the other goalies did a great job." Coach Gerard Gallant hasn't confirmed a starter yet, but it's expected that it will be Fleury. We'll keep you posted.
Dec 11 - 6:15 PM

Marc-Andre Fleury (concussion) has been activated off the injured reserve list.

That sets the stage for Fleury to return on Tuesday, although the bigger game will be on Thursday against his old team, the Pittsburgh Penguins. Fleury was off to a great start before the concussion with a 3-1-0 record, 2.48 GAA, and .925 save percentage in four contests. Vegas has done remarkably well over his absence and has enjoyed some great goaltending performances along the way, but Fleury should resume his role as the clear starter now that he's healthy.
Dec 10 - 4:53 PM

Marc-Andre Fleury (concussion) was able to participate in Wednesday's practice.

Fleury will join the Golden Knights on their upcoming two-game road trip to Nashville and Dallas, but he's unlikely to play in either contest. He might be back in time to play against his old team, the Pittsburgh Penguins, on Dec. 14 though.
Dec 6 - 4:52 PM

Marc-Andre Fleury (concussion) appears to be getting closer to getting back in the lineup.

Vegas GM George McPhee said that Fleury "has passed all his tests and barring any setbacks should be able to practice Wednesday." It's unclear when the team's number one goalie will be available to play, but there's a chance it could be around Dec. 12 against Carolina or Dec. 14 versus Pittsburgh if everything goes well.
Dec 3 - 1:32 PM

There is still nothing new to report on the status of Marc-Andre Fleury, as he recovers from a concussion.

"There is no such thing as a mild concussion," GM George McPhee said. "A concussion is a concussion, and players are much more cognizant of this type of injury now, as we all are. It's important that (Fleury) is 100 percent for right now and for 15 years from now." He has been sidelined since Oct. 13 and it's unclear when he will be ready to return.
Nov 29 - 11:05 AM

There was no update from coach Gerard Gallant Saturday regarding the status of injured goalie Marc-Andre Fleury.

Fleury has been out since October 13 with a concussion and since then it has been a succession of injuries in the Vegas cage. Malcolm Subban has returned from being out a month but there is also still no word on the status of Oscar Dansk.
Nov 19 - 9:46 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury was on the ice Wednesday for the first time since he sustained a concussion.

Fleury skated on his own as the Golden Knights had the day off, but it's still an encouraging sign. He last played on Oct. 13 and it's not clear when he'll be back. For what it's worth, Knights coach Gerard Gallant did previously speculate that Fleury might be able to return four or five days after he resumes skating, though we obviously wouldn't take that as a firm timetable.
Nov 9 - 5:58 AM

Vegas GM George McPhee doesn't know when Marc-Andre Fleury will be ready to return, but he said the netminder will not be rushed back.

"Nobody knows," McPhee said. "With concussions, you never know. It could be three days; it could be three weeks; it could be three months." He added that the doctors will decide when Fleury is able to play again.
Nov 3 - 11:15 AM

Vegas coach Gerard Gallant didn't have any news regarding Marc-Andre Fleury, who is out with a concussion.

That's a little disappointing as Gallant said on Monday that Fleury's timetable was probably better to measure in days than weeks. Perhaps that will still be the case, but given that Fleury hasn't resumed skating yet, we doubt that his return is imminent.
Oct 26 - 4:21 PM

Marc-Andre Fleury (concussion) is making progress.

Coach Gerard Gallant said that Fleury's timetable to return is probably closer to days than weeks. He has been improving each day, but he still hasn't gotten back on the ice yet.
Oct 23 - 3:30 PM

Coach Gerard Gallant doesn't know the status of Marc Andre-Fleury, as he recovers from a concussion.

Fleury is being re-evaluated every day, but Gallant avoids contact with injured players as much as he can to avoid putting pressure on them to return before they are ready. "When they're hurt, they're hurt. They see our doctors, they see our trainers," Gallant said. "I don't want to talk to them because sometimes coaches, you know, 'We need you back here.' So I stay away."
Oct 19 - 10:46 AM

Marc-Andre Fleury continued to play on Friday despite suffering a concussion in the second period.

To be fair, he passed the concussion test after the second period. "(Fleury) passed all the tests on ice and between periods with flying colors," said GM George McPhee. "It wasn’t until after the game that there was a spike with one of the tests, an issue. We knew then there might be a problem. It was the same issue (Saturday morning). So we will continue to follow the protocol and just be very careful with him and take our time. I’m definitely comfortable with the protocol and the way our club performed with it (Friday night). (Fleury) thought he was fine. He’s a team player. We were winning (3-2) at the time and he wanted to preserve the win. He thought after the game that he let the team down." Fleury is on injured reserve and there is no timetable for his return.
Oct 16 - 9:47 AM

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G1Marc-Andre Fleury
2Malcolm Subban
3Oscar Dansk