Fleury registered 35 wins, eight shutouts and a .913 save percentage in 61 appearances this season.
It was the first time Fleury was back over the 30-win mark since 2015-16 with the Penguins and his highest shutout total since 2014-15. The Flower's new three-year deal will kick in this summer, which will see him making $7 million, the highest cap hit of his career. Fortunately for the Golden Knights, the veteran netminder has been worth every penny, both on the ice and as the face of the franchise. Heading into the 2018-19 campaign, Fleury figures to continue playing 50-60 games and should be able to reach that 30-win threshold for the 10th time in his Hall of Fame caliber career.
Fleury let in five goals on 48 shots in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Sharks in Game 7.
Fleury allowed 21 goals in the series, but couldn't find the fourth win to close out the Sharks. It's concerning that Fleury allowed three or more goals five times in the series, which is a major reason why the Golden Knights' second postseason run ended about six weeks earlier than the first.
Fleury will defend the road net for Game 7 versus host San Jose on Tuesday, per Ed Graney of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Fleury is getting set for the young franchise's first Game 7. He's maintained a 2.47 GAA and .912 save percentage in the series, with a shutout from Game 4 factored in. It's always nerve-wracking when your fantasy goalie for elimination contests is in danger of a first-round exit, but Flower has been known to spring in big moments based on him being a three-time Stanley Cup winner and the catalyst for helping Vegas to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2018.
Fleury stopped 27 of 29 shots in Sunday's Game 6 loss to the Sharks, but let in a soft goal for the losing margin in the second overtime period.
The Sharks' Tomas Hertl didn't appear to get much on his wrist shot or have it deflect, but Fleury just missed it. He has a .912 save percentage for the series, which will conclude with Tuesday night's Game 7 in San Jose.
Fleury will face the visiting Sharks for Sunday's Game 6 tilt, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
No surprise here as Fleury continues to be Vegas' workhorse. He has a chance to lead his team to the second round Sunday after allowing four goals on 28 shots in Game 5. He owns a .908 save percentage and 2.82 GAA against San Jose this series.
Fleury yielded four goals on 28 shots in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 5.
Coming off of a shutout in Tuesday's Game 4, this was an unexpected bad game from Fleury. He's allowed 14 goals in five games, but he's managed to put the Golden Knights on the verge of advancing. They'll try again at home in Sunday's Game 6, and it would be shocking if Fleury didn't start.
Fleury will defend the cage versus the Sharks in Thursday's Game 5 road tilt, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Fleury stepped up his game in a big way in Game 4, as he made all 28 saves to earn his 15th career postseason shutout. The Flower is coming off his eighth season in which he reached the 35-win threshold and is hoping to track down a fourth Stanley Cup championship.
Fleury stopped all 28 shots sent his way in a 5-0 win over the Sharks on Tuesday in Game 4.
The first three games of the series were high-scoring battles, but the Golden Knights absolutely smothered a Sharks team missing center Joe Thornton to suspension Tuesday. Fleury's shutout is the 15th of his career in the playoffs, and his ninth of this campaign when including the regular season. It's almost certain Fleury will tend the twine again in Thursday's Game 5.
Fleury will tend the home twine in Game 4 versus the Sharks on Tuesday, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Fleury has been mediocre in the playoffs, posting an .897 save percentage and 3.35 GAA. Nevertheless, the Golden Knights have a 2-1 lead in the first-round series. Fleury had an excellent postseason in the Golden Knights' first campaign, so don't expect his woes to stick around too long.
Fleury got the win Sunday night against the Sharks, allowing three goals on 28 shots.
The .893 save percentage from Sunday night wasn't great, but it was a better effort than what his counterpart Martin Jones was able to accomplish, allowing the Golden Knights to go up 2-1 in the series.
Fleury will draw the start for Sunday's Game 3 matchup against San Jose, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Fleury will look to keep his momentum rolling after dominating the Sharks in the last two periods of Game 2. The 34-year-old allowed seven goals in the first two games of the series and will need to be sharper in what's proving to be a very tight contest.
Fleury allowed three goals on 37 shots in a 5-3 victory against the Sharks on Friday.
The veteran goaltender squandered an early lead in what will likely go down as one of the craziest periods of this postseason. The Golden Knights opened the game with a 3-0 lead, but then the Sharks responded with three before the intermission. In addition to six goals, there were eight penalties in the first stanza. Fleury stopped the 25 shots he saw in the final two periods, though, to even the series at one game.
Fleury will defend the cage for Friday's Game 2 home clash with the Sharks.
Fleury is bogged down in a three-game losing streak in which he has given up four goals apiece. The Flower racked up 35 wins this season, his eighth time hitting that mark in his career. A three-time Stanley Cup champion, the Quebec native will be the key to Vegas returning to the Western Conference finals or beyond.
Fleury allowed four goals on 32 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Sharks on Wednesday in Game 1.
Fleury went 35-21-5 in the regular season, with a 2.51 GAA and a .913 save percentage over 61 starts, but he was unable to solve a Sharks offense that saw five skaters in teal register multiple points.
Fleury will start Wednesday's Game 1 against the Sharks on the road, NHL.com's Nicholas Cotsonika reports.
Fleury was fantastic against San Jose during the regular season, posting an impressive 1.54 GAA and .950 save percentage while picking up a shutout in two appearances. The veteran netminder will be hard pressed to continue that success on the road Wednesday, as the Sharks have been hard to beat at home this season, registering a 25-11-5 record over 41 contests.
Fleury allowed four goals on 31 shots in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Kings.
Fleury has now surrendered four goals in each of his two starts since returning from a lower-body injury. He ended the regular season at 35-21-5 with a 2.51 GAA and a .913 save percentage. Fleury will likely be coach Gerard Gallant's go-to option in the crease for the playoffs, but he'll have to be sharper as Vegas faces the third-ranked Sharks offense, which averaged 3.52 goals per game this season.
Fleury will patrol the crease in Saturday's road game against the Kings.
Fleury was a little rusty in his return from injury Thursday against Arizona, surrendering four goals on 41 shots en route to a 4-1 loss. The veteran netminder will look to bounce back and pick up his 36th win of the season in a favorable road matchup with a Kings team that's 16-21-3 at home this campaign.
Fleury (lower body) made 37 saves on 41 shots in a 4-1 loss to the Coyotes on Thursday.
Fleury was on a six-game winning streak prior to the injury, but he was unable to extend the run against a desperate Coyotes team. His record dropped to 35-20-5 with a 2.48 GAA and a .914 save percentage. With Vegas locked into the third seed in the Pacific Division, Fleury may not play Saturday's season finale versus the Kings.
Fleury (lower body) will be between the pipes at home versus the Coyotes on Thursday.
Fleury gets the nod for the first time since March 15 versus the Stars. Prior to getting hurt, the Flower was riding a six-game winning streak in which he posted two shutouts, a 0.83 GAA and .973 save percentage. The three-time Stanley Cup champion will look to pick up where he left off versus the Coyotes. Depending on how the veteran feels, he could either use Saturday's matchup with the Kings as a final regular-season tuneup or let Malcolm Subban take the crease in order to rest up for the playoffs.
Fleury (lower body) will not dress in Monday's home game against Edmonton.
Fleury continues to work his way back from a lower-body injury, but the Golden Knights have little incentive to rush their star netminder back with a playoff spot all but officially locked up. The veteran's next chance to suit up is Thursday against Arizona, so expect an update on his availability close to puck drop. In the meantime, Malcolm Subban will start with Max Lagace serving as the backup.
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