Marc-Andre Fleury

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

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Inks extension

    Marc-Andre Fleury agreed to terms on a three-year, $21 million contract extension with Vegas on Friday.Fleury was entering the final year of his contract, but instead will stick with the Vegas Golden Knights on a three-year deal that will carry him to age 36. The veteran netminder went 29-13-4 with four shutouts and a 2.24 GAA in his first campaign away from Pittsburgh. While a concussion sidelined him for a large chunk of the season, the Flower took Vegas all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals in its inaugural season. Injuries are no doubt a concern for fantasy owners, yet when Fleury is healthy, he remains one of the league's elite netminders.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Ultimately wants to finish career in Vegas

    Marc-Andre Fleury said he'd like to finish his career with the Vegas Golden Knights, Sportsnet reports.The 33-year-old netminder has one year remaining on a four-year deal that he had originally procured with the Penguins. Flower's cap hit is $5.75 million to rank 12th among goaltenders in the NHL. He'd been in vintage form through the first three rounds of the playoffs, posting a 12-3 record and otherworldly .947 save percentage, but a fourth Stanley Cup win wasn't in the cards for Fleury, as he posted an .853 save rate against the Capitals but never seemed to lose his composure. "It's weird, a couple of years ago I was told I was getting too old to play. I still love it," Fleury said. "Vegas gave me an opportunity to continue doing what I love and I wouldn't want to go anywhere else. I hope I finish my career here."

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Comes up just short in Vegas' first season

    Marc-Andre Fleury's 29 saves weren't enough Thursday, as his team fell 4-3 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals to clinch a 4-1 series win and the championship for the Capitals.Fleury was coming off consecutive Stanley Cup victories with the Penguins (albeit mostly as a backup) and guided Vegas to the Stanley Cup Finals in the franchise's first season, so he can hold his head high despite coming up short against the Capitals. He has certainly rebuilt his fantasy value after a poor final campaign in Pittsburgh, posting a 2.24 GAA and .927 save percentage in 46 regular-season games for the Vegas Golden Knights before mirroring that rate of production in 20 postseason contests.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Not blamed for Game 4 loss

    Vegas Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant said he never considered pulling Marc-Andre Fleury, who ultimately surrendered six goals on 23 shots to the Capitals in Game 4 on Monday, the Las Vegas-Review Journal reports."No. I think at least five of the six goals were wide-open nets," Gallant said. "There was nothing he could have done." While Fleury's unraveling extends beyond the last game -- he's allowed 12 goals in the past three (all losses) -- Vegas is highly unlikely to pivot away from the man who compiled an immaculate 12-3 record, 1.68 GAA and .947 save percentage in the first three rounds against the Kings, Sharks and Jets, respectively. The incredible expansion team had been consistently defying the odds this season, but it'll need to find its scoring touch in a big way in order to climb back from a 3-1 series deficit and lay claim to the Stanley Cup.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Lit up in Game 4

    Marc-Andre Fleury conceded six goals on 23 shots Monday, taking a 6-2 defeat against the Capitals in Game 4.In fairness to Fleury, three of Washington's six goals came on the power play, including a 5-on-3 at the end of the game. But even with that qualifier, Flower was powerless to stop the Capitals' attack despite the low number of shots. A save percentage of .739 isn't anywhere close to getting the job done, and Fleury will have to rediscover the form he showed in the Western Conference final if the Vegas Golden Knights are going to get back in this series in Game 5.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Gets starting nod Monday

    Marc-Andre Fleury will defend the cage against the Capitals for Monday's Game 4 meeting, J.J. Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.Fleury has been less than stellar during the Stanley Cup Finals, posting a 3.42 GAA and .875 save percentage. That's a far cry from the Flower's 1.68 GAA during the first three rounds of the playoffs. With Game 4 essentially a must-win for Vegas, the club is going to need the veteran to be near perfect in order to avoid a 3-1 series deficit.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Requires near perfection rest of way

    Marc-Andre Fleury made 23 saves Saturday in a 3-1, Game 3 loss to Washington.He was beaten by some near-perfect shots, but made several 10-bell saves early to keep the Caps off the board, at least in the first. Fleury continues to lead the Vegas Golden Knights this postseason, although he will need to be perfect going forward to help Vegas get back into the series. The Knights are down 2-1 in the Final.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Remains confident heading into Game 3

    Marc-Andre Fleury is not dwelling on his relative struggles (.870 save percentage) in the Stanley Cup Finals as he prepares for Game 3 in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, NHL.com reports.Watch closely and you will notice that Fleury rubs the post whenever the puck screams off the iron to spare him a goal allowed. However, he's cited some "unfortunate bounces" in the Cup finals as the reason why he hasn't quite looked himself. Still, the veteran puck plugger has gone 13-4 in these playoffs to complement a 1.88 GAA and .939 save percentage. If Flower isn't worried about Flower, it should be no different for those of you starting him in DFS or playoff contests.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Takes defeat in Game 2

    Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 23 of 26 shots Wednesday, but his team's five-game winning streak was snapped as Washington claimed a 3-2 win in Game 2.Flower has been nothing short of fantastic in the first three rounds of the playoffs, but he hasn't been up to that standard so far against the Capitals. With 47 saves on 54 shots, he's sporting an .870 save percentage in the Stanley Cup Final, a number that isn't going to win a lot of hockey games, let alone the Conn Smythe Trophy. That said, Fleury has shown an ability to bounce back from off-nights and the next two games are in Washington, where the netminder has known a lot of playoff success from his days in Pittsburgh.

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    Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury: Chasing sixth straight victory in Game 2

    Marc-Andre Fleury is expected in goal against the Capitals for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Wednesday, NBC Sports Washington reports.Flower's designation as the starter shouldn't catch anyone by surprise, even though he allowed four goals on 28 shots to open the Cup finals. The ex-Penguin has crafted a five-game winning streak and now has a golden opportunity to decimate Washington's chances of lifting the Stanley Cup. Fleury's 2018 playoff record stands at a ridiculous 13-3 mark to complement a 1.81 GAA and .942 save percentage, and he's made a habit of trending in a more favorable direction after yielding as many goals as he did in Game 1.

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