Marc-Andre Fleury

#29 G / Vegas Golden Knights / EXP: 13YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 180 lb Age: 33 College: None

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Taking some time off

    Marc-Andre Fleury (undisclosed) is not dealing with an injury, despite skipping Wednesday's practice session, per Steve Carp of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.Initial reports following Sunday's Game 5 clincher suggested Fleury may have been dealing with an injury, however, it appears the netminder is ready to go and is getting some much needed time off. At this point in the season, nearly every player is dealing with some sort of aches and pains, so it shouldn't come as a surprise the 32-year-old is resting up ahead of the Stanley Cup Finals. The Flower is 12-3 with a 1.68 GAA in the postseason and seems dialed in on his way to lifting Lord Stanley's chalice for a third consecutive time.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Seen banged up in locker room

    Marc-Andre Fleury was spotted in the locker room with a noticeable limp following a 2-1 Game 5 victory over Winnipeg on Sunday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports.Once again, Fleury was a deciding factor in Winnipeg's elimination, as he stopped 31 of 32 shots on goal, his fourth straight game with a save percentage of .940 or higher. The Flower is also sporting an impressive 1.72 GAA for the 14 playoff games he's started, and has remained one of the big reasons Vegas was able to secure a Stanley Cup birth in its inaugural season. However, Fleury has now played in 56 of the last 67 games and fatigue might be starting to factor into his play, but it certainly hasn't been noticeable as of yet. The 33-year-old also said that he'll be fine before the Stanley Cup Finals kick off, but his situation is still worth monitoring in case of a negative setback going forward.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: In goal for Game 5

    Marc-Andre Fleury will get the starting nod for Sunday's Game 5 showdown in Winnipeg, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.No surprise here as Fleury has been dominant all postseason long. He has started all 14 playoff contests for Vegas thus far, accumulating an 11-3-0 record with a spectacular .945 save percentage and 1.72 GAA. On top of that, he also has four shutouts. He'll look to close things out and send his Vegas Golden Knights to the Stanley Cup Finals.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Unfazed by Jets again

    Marc-Andre Fleury steered away 35 of 37 shots in Friday's 3-2 win over the Jets.We shouldn't be surprised by Fleury's stone-cold performances anymore, as he looks determined to complete his own three-peat. This was the third straight game Fleury faced over 30 shots, and he has accrued a .951 save percentage in that span. The Vegas Golden Knights are one game away from a Stanley Cup Finals berth and will head back to Winnipeg for Game 5. Fleury should expect a shot count in the upper 30's again.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Could face more rubber

    Marc-Andre Fleury may be tested more often in Game 4 on Friday if the Jets can execute their game plan, Shawn Roarke of reports.Through the first three games of the Western Conference finals, Fleury has faced 30.7 shots per game, but Winnipeg is hoping to increase his workload even more Friday. Unfortunately, the heavier volume may not affect the Flower, considering he is 4-1-1 this season when he saw 40-plus pucks in a game. Regardless, the Jets need to figure out a way to repeat their Game 1 performance against the netminder or it's going to be a quick exit for the last standing team from the Great White North.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Turns aside 33

    Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 33 of 35 shots in Game 3, holding the Jets at bay for a 4-2 win on Wednesday night.Since allowing three early goals in Game 1, Fleury has been dominant between the pipes. He's saved 79 of the Jets' past 84 shots, good for a save percentage of .940 over the past 172 minutes of play. He had everyone but Mark Scheifele frustrated in this one, and he made two brilliant saves on Scheifele to ensure Winnipeg could never pull even. As long as Flower's playing like this, he's going to produce and his opponents will find themselves in a tight spot.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: In goal for Game 3

    Marc-Andre Fleury will guard the cage in Wednesday's Game 3 against the Jets in Vegas, Steve Carp of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.Fleury was razor sharp in Game 2, turning aside 30 of 31 shots en route to an impressive 3-1 road victory. The 33-year-old netminder will look to stay dialed in and lead the Vegas Golden Knights to their 10th win of the postseason and a 2-1 series lead Wednesday night.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Grounds Jets in Game 2

    Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 30 of 31 shots Monday, holding a fierce Winnipeg attack at bay in a 3-1 Game 2 win to even the Western Conference finals.Just like last year with the Penguins, Fleury bounced back with a sharp performance in Game 2 after losing the opener of the conference finals. The one goal he let in was a soft one, but he was more than entitled to a mistake after making several big saves against the Jets' scorers. In 12 playoff games this year, Fleury has held the Knights' opponents to two goals or fewer on seven occasions, an outstanding number.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Back in goal Monday

    Marc-Andre Fleury is expecting a strong response from the Vegas Golden Knights heading into Monday's Game 2 contests against the Jets, Steve Carp of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.Fleury is one of several players looking for a better outing than Game 1, in which he gave up four goals on 26 shots. The Quebec native shouldn't be lacking for confidence, considering he has four shutouts in the postseason, along with being a three-time Stanley Cup champion.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Takes Game 1 loss in Winnipeg

    Marc-Andre Fleury allowed four goals on 26 shots in Saturday's Game 1 loss to the Jets to open the Western Conference finals.The Jets blitzed Fleury with three quick tallies, but none of the goals that he allowed were considered "soft," and Vegas Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant decided to keep Flower in the cage for the entire duration of the contest. Vegas only mustered three high-danger scoring chances during 5-on-5 play and the physical Winnipeg team exhibited solid gap control to cut off scoring lanes. Fleury's save percentage in these playoffs "shrunk" to a .943 mark, but it's still the best mark of any goalie who's appeared in more than four games. He'll look to get back to his winning ways in Game 2 on Monday.

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