It's not often that the reigning Vezina Trophy winner gets traded for scraps during the following offseason, but the Golden Knights are in desperate need of cap space, and getting Fleury's $7 million salary off the books will allow Vegas to make several more moves to round out its already championship-caliber roster. Fleury was unbelievable in 2020-21, going 26-10-0 while posting a highly impressive 1.98 GAA and .928 save percentage through 36 contests. As long as he decides not to retire, the veteran netminder's numbers will almost certainly dip behind Chicago's less-than-stellar defense next season, but he'll remain a desirable fantasy asset as the Blackhawks' No. 1 option in 2021-22. Youngster Kevin Lankinen should still get plenty of work as Chicago's No. 2 next year, but the bulk of the starts will undoubtedly go to Fleury, assuming he's in the fold.