Marc-Andre Fleury

#29 G / Pittsburgh Penguins / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 lb Age: 31 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Five-game winning streak snapped

    Fleury gave up four goals on 14 shots before being pulled in Friday's 6-3 loss to Tampa Bay. Fleury got the hook midway through the second period after Tyler Johnson beat him on the power play for the fourth Bolts goal of the evening. The implosion snapped a five-game winning streak for the veteran netminder, who had been playing with fire in twice allowing four goals or more in wins over Vancouver and Ottawa where the Pens' offense bailed him out. Nonetheless, Fleury has 20 wins in 37 appearances this season with a 2.44 GAA and .919 save percentage.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Facing Bolts on Friday

    Fleury will get a road start in net Friday night, taking on the Lightning. The Penguins are in a groove, having claimed wins in each of the past five starts made by Fleury. Over that timeframe, the veteran backstop has a pair of shutouts and 12 goals allowed in all. Tampa Bay ranks 15th in the league with 2.62 goals per game but its 28.9 shots per game is only good for 22nd, so Fleury might have an edge in this matchup especially when you consider that the Penguins lead the league averaging 32.6 shots per contest.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Wins in 1980s-like throwback game

    Fleury surrendered five goals on 23 shots but earned his 20th win of the season in a 6-5 win over Ottawa on Tuesday. Pens coach Mike Sullivan suggested the Sens enjoyed a bit of "puck luck" but that's of little consolation to Fleury fantasy owners. The Flower has posted shutouts in two of his last five games (all wins) but has given up 12 scores in the other three contests.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Between posts for Tuesday start

    Fleury will start between the pipes in Tuesday evening's matchup with the Senators. Fleury has gotten on a roll as of late, earning wins in four straight games, including a shutout of the Devils in his last outing. The 31-year-old veteran goaltender has compiled a 19-11-5 record on the season with a .925 save percentage and 2.28 GAA. He gets the start Tuesday against an Ottawa team he shut out earlier in the season, stopping 22 shots Oct. 15. The Senators have dropped three of their past four games and are currently tied for fifth place in the Atlantic Division, so this should provide Fleury with a favorable home matchup.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Silences Devils with 25 saves

    Fleury stopped all 25 shots en route to a 2-0 victory over the Devils on Tuesday. The Pens' longtime netminder has won four consecutive games, though it's been a bit of a Jekyll-and-Hyde act -- in that span, he's got two shutouts, but allowed seven goals in the other two games. That's been part of a broader pattern of not-so-consistent play from Fleury over the last several weeks, but with the Penguins' offense finally clicking, he doesn't have to be perfect anymore.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Starting Tuesday against New Jersey

    Fleury will get the start in goal Tuesday against the Devils, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Fleury was a bit shaky in his last outing Saturday against the Canucks, surrendering four goals on 32 shots, but ultimately earned his 19th win of the season due to excellent goal support. He'll look to secure a fourth consecutive win Tuesday in a relatively tough matchup with a Devils club that has won four games in a row.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Likely starting Tuesday

    Fleury is expected to start Tuesday against the Devils after being the first goalie off the ice. Fleury has given up seven combined goals in his last two starts, but they were both winning efforts as the Pittsburgh offense has woken up of late. Should he start, he'll draw a favorable matchup as the Devils rank in the bottom five of the league with 2.29 goals per game.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Wins wild on Saturday

    Fleury gave up four goals on 32 shots but emerged victorious in a 5-4 win over Vancouver on Saturday. It took a four-goal flurry by the Pens in the third period to bail him out, but a win is a win and Fleury now has 18 of them this year. He's actually on a modest three-game winning streak despite having allowed seven goals over the last two contests, so owners will no doubt look for him to tighten things up as the Pens continue their push for a playoff spot. Through 34 appearances, the Flower has a .923 save percentage and 2.35 GAA.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Between posts for Saturday start

    Fleury will start between the pipes in Saturday's matinee, facing the Canucks on home ice. Unsurprisingly, Fleury has posted respectable numbers this season, including a 17-11-5 record, 2.57 GAA and .924 save percentage. An 11-year veteran who is quick on his blades and works in a butterfly style, Fleury will be making his second start of the season against Vancouver -- Nov. 4 was the last time he faced them, snagging a victory after stopping 18 of 20 shots.

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    Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury: Finally beats Flyers

    Fleury made 29 saves on 32 shots in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Flyers. This one had been a long time coming -- Fleury had dropped five consecutive starts against the Flyers since last beating them back in October of 2013. But he continues to be dogged by surprising inconsistency, as Fleury's mixed dominant performances with blowups and simple mediocrity lately. He's seen the Penguins pick up at least one point in five consecutive starts, but that's attributable more to their awakening offense than to stalwart play by the veteran netminder.

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