Fleury gave up two goals on 24 shots in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Oilers.
Fleury was significantly less busy than Oilers goalie Mikko Koskinen, who faced twice as many shots in the contest. The win put an end to a short dry spell for Fleury -- he had lost his last two games. The 35-year-old netminder improved to 27-16-5 with a 2.77 GAA and a .905 save percentage in 49 appearances this season.
Fleury will get the starting nod versus Edmonton on the road Monday.
Fleury has given up eight goals in his previous two outings on a combined 41 shots for a .805 save percentage. The Flower has been splitting the starts with Robin Lehner and may be forced to continue to do so if his struggles continue. In 16 career matchups with the Oilers, the veteran netminder has posted an 11-4-1 record, .924 save percentage and two shutouts.
Fleury yielded four goals on 24 shots in Friday's 4-0 loss to the Jets.
Fleury gave up a goal to Nikolaj Ehlers just 32 seconds into the game, and it didn't get much easier after that for the goalie. He's allowed four goals in each of his last two starts, both losses. The 35-year-old netminder fell to 26-16-5 with a 2.79 GAA and a .905 save percentage in 48 appearances. He's run streaky at times in 2019-20, but with Robin Lehner in the fold, Fleury will need to find some consistency lest he start losing playing time.
Fleury will tend the twine on the road versus Winnipeg on Friday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Fleury saw his five-game winning streak come to an end against the Kings on Sunday after giving up four goals on 17 shots. With the acquisition of Robin Lehner, the Flower likely won't be asked to carry the load the rest of the season and could find himself splitting the starts. Still, Fleury figures to be the guy for the Golden Knights come Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Fleury surrendered four goals on 17 shots in a 4-1 loss to the Kings on Sunday.
In a matchup between the best and worst teams in the Pacific Division, Fleury would have been favored by most to win, but that didn't play out Sunday. His five-game winning streak snapped in an ugly manner. The 35-year-old goalie dropped to 26-15-5 with a 2.76 GAA and a .906 save percentage in 47 outings. With Robin Lehner on the team as a 1B option, Fleury will need to remain sharp to retain his usual heavy load of playing time.
Fleury will start Sunday's home game against the Kings, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Fleury watched Friday's win over the Sabres from the bench as Robin Lehner made his Golden Knights debut. The 35-year-old will look to build on his recent five-game winning streak, which includes a pair of shutouts. It's a favorable matchup, as the Kings' have averaged just 2.29 goals per game on the road this year.
Fleury posted a 29-save shutout in Wednesday's 3-0 win over the Oilers.
Fleury was excellent against the Oilers, as he and the Golden Knights' defense did well to limit opportunities from the likes of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. This was Fleury's third shutout in his last 10 starts, and his fifth of the year. The 35-year-old improved to 26-14-5 with a 2.73 GAA and a .908 save percentage through 46 contests. Fleury has won five straight games, with just eight goals allowed during that streak.
Fleury will defend the cage versus Edmonton at home Wednesday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
It will be the 20th appearance for Fleury in the Knights' last 24 contests, though he could get some relief soon after the team acquired Robin Lehner at the trade deadline. The Flower is riding a four-game winning streak during which he's registered a 2.00 GAA and .926 save percentage.
Fleury turned aside 32 of 35 shots in a 5-3 win over the Panthers on Saturday.
Fleury is on a roll again -- he's won four straight games with just eight goals allowed in that span. The 35-year-old improved to 25-14-5 with a 2.79 GAA and a .906 save percentage in 45 games this year. Malcolm Subban will likely get the start in Saturday's road game in Anaheim, but Fleury should get a crack at the Oilers on Wednesday.
Fleury will start in goal Saturday versus Florida, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Fleury is currently riding a three-game win streak. His most recent triumph came against Tampa Bay, ending the Lightning's winning streak in the process. Florida has won only three times in its last 10 games, so Vegas' netminder is a strong play in this matchup.
Fleury stopped 24 of 27 shots in a 5-3 win over the Lightning on Thursday.
Fleury was tasked with slowing down the league's hottest team, and while it wasn't a pretty effort, he got the win. The 35-year-old now has wins in his last three starts, with just five goals allowed in that span. He's up to 24-14-5 with a 2.79 GAA and a .906 save percentage through 44 appearances. It won't get much easier for Fleury if he gets the start Saturday versus the Panthers.
Fleury will patrol the home crease for Thursday's matchup against Tampa Bay, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
The 35-year-old will draw his third straight start, as he's stopped 44 of 46 shots in his past two games. In his last five starts, Fleury has gone 3-1-1 to go along with a 2.74 GAA and .896 save percentage. It will be a tough matchup for Fleury and the Golden Knights on Thursday, as the Lightning are looking to extend their franchise-best 11-game winning streak.
Fleury stopped 25 pucks in a 3-2 win over Washington on Monday.
Only a pair of T.J. Oshie goals midway through the third period stood between Fleury and back-to-back shutouts. As it was, Fleury still turned in his second straight win by a one-goal margin, and he has a sparkling .957 save percentage over those two games. Home dates against Tampa Bay and Florida await Fleury and the Golden Knights this week. Both teams boast top-five scoring offenses, so start with caution despite Fleury's recent strong play.
Fleury will tend the home twine against the Capitals on Monday, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Fleury broke a two-game slump by registering a 19-save shutout against the Islanders on Saturday, and he'll look to keep the momentum rolling. It'll be a big test, though, as the Capitals rank second in the league with 3.59 goals per road contest.
Fleury put up a 19-save shutout in Saturday's 1-0 win over the Islanders.
Fleury entered Saturday with 14 goals allowed over his last four starts, but he shut the door for his fourth shutout of the year and the 60th of his career. The 35-year-old improved to 22-14-5 with a 2.80 GAA and a .905 save percentage. Fleury will try to build upon this outing if he gets the start Monday against the Capitals.
Fleury will draw the home start for Saturday's matchup versus the Islanders, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
The 35-year-old was pulled from his last start against Minnesota, surrendering four goals on 20 shots. In his last five games, Fleury has gone 2-2-1 along with a 2.97 GAA and .878 save percentage. Fleury will draw a decent matchup against an Islanders offense that ranks 19th in the league in goals per game this campaign (2.91).
Fleury allowed four goals on 20 shots and was replaced by Malcolm Subban to start the third period in Tuesday's 4-0 loss to the Wild.
Fleury was at the mercy of a scorching Minnesota power play that went 3-for-5 on the night. He has just three wins in his last 11 starts (3-6-2) and has yielded nine goals in his last two. The loss dropped Fleury to 21-13-5 on the season with a 2.87 GAA and .904 save percentage. It doesn't get much easier for Fleury and the Golden Knights, who begin a five-game homestand Thursday that includes dates with St. Louis, the Islanders, Washington, Tampa Bay and Florida.
Fleury will be between the pipes for Tuesday's road clash with Minnesota.
Fleury has been struggling of late, as he is 3-5-2 with an .889 save percentage in his last 10 appearances. The Flower will look to bounce back versus a Wild squad that just traded away goalscorer Jason Zucker. The last time Fleury squared off with Minnesota, he made 24 of 26 possible saves in a winning effort.
Fleury yielded five goals on 34 shots in a 6-5 shootout loss to the Hurricanes on Saturday.
Fleury had a 3-1 lead after two periods, but the Hurricanes struck four times in the third as the Golden Knights took their collective foot off the gas. Flower then let in two of three shootout attempts to complete the collapse. The 35-year-old has a 21-13-5 record with a 2.82 GAA and a .906 save percentage in 40 appearances this season. He hasn't been great lately, but it's not like head coach Pete DeBoer can put much faith in Malcolm Subban either. Fantasy owners may want to be cautious with deploying Fleury over the remainder of the campaign.
Fleury will get the home start Saturday versus the Hurricanes, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Fleury will make his first home start since Jan. 11, and he's returning from a mediocre road stretch where he posted a 3-3-1 record, a .911 save percentage and a shutout. Carolina has enjoyed sustained offensive success this year, and it ranks 11th in the league with 3.0 goals per road contest.
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