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29 Marc-Andre Fleury G
Height/Weight: 6-2/185 | Birthdate: 11/28/1984 | Birthplace: Sorel, Quebec, Canada | Team: Pittsburgh Penguins | College: None | NHL Experience: 10 | Salary: $5,500,000 | Owned/Started%: 86/77 | Average Draft Position: 22.86
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4/24/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Sensational In Game 5 Loss

News: Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 34 of 36 shots in Friday's Game 5 overtime loss to the Rangers.
Analysis: While Fleury played sensational, the Penguins couldn't get more than one puck past Henrik Lundqvist, leading to their elimination from the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. While the Penguins only lasted five games against the Presidents Trophy winners, it wasn't due to a lack of effort from Marc-Andre Fleury, who was exceptional throughout the series, posting a .927 save percentage and 2.12 GAA. Fleury, who has struggled in the playoffs in the past, can exit the postseason knowing he played his best and gave the injury-riddled Penguins a fighting chance against arguably the best team in the NHL.

4/24/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Will Start Friday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be between the pipes for Friday's Game 5 against the Rangers, Newsday's Steve Zipay reports.
Analysis: Despite playing pretty solid, Marc-Andre Fleury has lost three of four games to the Rangers thus far in the Penguins' opening series. He'll need some help from his offense in Game 5 for the Penguins to avoid elimination on Friday.

4/23/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Stops 22 In Game 4 OT Loss

News: Marc-Andre Fleury allowed two goals on 24 shots in Wednesday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Rangers.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury has now dropped three of four games against the Rangers despite acquitting himself well; he'll need to stay on top of his game and get some help from his offense for the Penguins to avoid seeing their season come to an end.

4/22/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Gets Nod For Game 4

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be in the crease for Wednesday's Game 4 against the Rangers, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: Backup netminder Thomas Greiss unsurprisingly remained on the ice for extra work during Thursday's morning skate, indicating that Marc-Andre Fleury will again get the nod for Game 4. Fleury has been steady for the Penguins over the first three games, submitting a .922 save percentage and 2.36 GAA. Those numbers are right in line with the marks he posted during the regular season.

4/20/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Allows Just Two In Loss

News: Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 24 of 26 shots in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers in Game 3.
Analysis: It was another solid outing for Marc-Andre Fleury, but the offense in front of him couldn't pick him up as he's now been on the losing end of two 2-1 contests in this series. The netminder has been turning in better performances early in these playoffs than he has previously, but he'll likely need another strong game in net for the Penguins to tie the series up Wednesday.

4/20/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Will Be In Net Monday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be in the crease for Monday's Game 3 against the Rangers, NHL.com's Wes Crosby reports.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury rode the coattails of his offense to a 4-3 win Saturday night, but he hasn't performed poorly in either of his first two turns thus far in the postseason. Though the series will head back to Pittsburgh on Monday, that's not necessarily a good thing for Fleury, who actually posted worse ratios at home (2.42 GAA, .919 save percentage) than on the road (2.20, .922) during the regular season.

4/18/2015

Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT

Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Makes 23 Saves In Game 2 Win

News: Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 23 of 26 shots in Saturday's Game 2 win over the Rangers.
Analysis: A decent outing for Marc-Andre Fleury, who has allowed five goals through his first two playoff games. He appears to have escaped some of his postseason woes from the past and is looking calm and collected in the crease. Fleury is the man in Pittsburgh and the Pens will continue to ride him throughout their postseason run.

4/18/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury To Start Saturday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be in the crease for Saturday's game 2 against the Rangers, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury racked up 36 saves in Thursday's Game 1 against the Rangers, but it wasn't enough to secure a win, as the Penguins ultimately fell to New York by a score of 2-1. He'll look to register another solid outing on Saturday, and will likely be the Penguins' go to goaltender throughout their playoff run.

4/16/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Early Goals Sink Fleury, Pens In Game 1

News: Marc-Andre Fleury made 36 saves Thursday in Game 1 against the Rangers, but the Pens couldn't overcome two first-period goals in a 2-1 loss.
Analysis: Just 28 seconds into the game, Marc-Andre Fleury coughed up a huge rebound off a Rick Nash shot right into the high slot, and Derick Brassard made him pay. The second goal wasn't too pretty either, with Fleury only getting a piece of a long-distance Ryan McDonagh snipe. But he locked things down after while the Pens tried to battle back; unfortunately, the Rangers were able to stifle Pittsburgh's offensive attack. Fleury was named the game's No. 3 star for his efforts.

4/16/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury To Get Start For Game 1

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be between the pipes for Game 1 of the Penguins' first-round series against the Rangers, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury turned in arguably the best season of his career in 2014-15, posting career-best marks in GAA (2.32), save percentage (.920), and shutouts (10), while leading the league in the latter category. However, it was the Penguins' collapse down the stretch that likely has fantasy players hesitant to trust Fleury, who needed a blanking of the hapless Sabres in the regular-season finale to secure his team a playoff spot. Fleury will now have to do battle with a Rangers squad that sported the league's third-best scoring offense (3.02 goals per game) en route to capturing the Presidents' Trophy, which will make it difficult to lean on the goalie in both playoff pools and daily formats.

4/12/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Flower Hits Double Digits In Shutouts Saturday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury blanked the Sabres on 28 shots Saturday, recording his NHL-best 10th shutout in a 2-0 win.
Analysis: It's questionable as to how much Vezina Trophy consideration the Pittsburgh netminder might receive, but there's little doubt he's pulled his weight this season. Despite playing behind only five defensemen during the final week of the season due to salary-cap concerns, Marc-Andre Fleury came up big when the team needed it most, even though the win was just his second in eight starts. Facing the Presidents' Trophy-winning Rangers in the postseason will be a tall task for The Flower. He was pulled after 25 minutes in his previous start against New York back on Jan. 18, allowing four goals on 17 shots in 25 minutes. Last season, Pittsburgh won three of its first four games versus the Rangers in the playoffs, only to lose the final three games of the series.

4/11/2015

Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT Pens Sticking With Fleury On Saturday

Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens Sticking With Fleury On Saturday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be between the pipes for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Sabres.
Analysis: It's certainly not ideal to turn to Marc-Andre Fleury on back-to-back nights, but after the Penguins couldn't close the deal Friday night against the Islanders, coach Mike Johnston will be forced to stick with his No. 1 netminder as the team looks to earn a playoff berth. A match against the league's worst team is normally a layup for most goalies, but Fleury hasn't made things easy on himself with a decline in his performance down the stretch. He's lost six of his last seven outings while conceding three of more goals in all but one of those games.

4/11/2015

Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT Pens, Fleury Can't Clinch Friday

Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens, Fleury Can't Clinch Friday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury surrendered three goals on 26 shots as the Penguins fell by a 3-1 count Friday against the Islanders.
Analysis: The Islanders used a two-goal third period to pull away from the Penguins, who remain on the playoff bubble heading into Game 82 of the season Saturday against the Sabres. While Friday's loss won't help Marc-Andre Fleury's efforts to shed the "choker" label, he actually played fairly well in this one, earning the game's third star while keeping the Pens competitive for most of the night despite the offense's failure to get much going. With their postseason hopes on the line Saturday, expect Fleury to return to the crease.

4/10/2015

Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT Pens Turn To Fleury With Playoff Bid On The Line

Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens Turn To Fleury With Playoff Bid On The Line

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be in the crease for Friday's game against the Islanders.
Analysis: Despite their best efforts of late to give away a spot, Marc-Andre Fleury and the Penguins can clinch a postseason berth if they're able to upend the Islanders, who claimed their own trip to the playoffs with the Bruins losing on Thursday. Even if the Islanders choose to rest some regulars, it's hard to bank on Fleury coming through in the clutch, as he's yielded exactly four goals in three straight outings, with his latest defeat coming after the Penguins staked him to a 3-0 lead. Use him with caution.

4/7/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Saves 40 In Losing Effort

News: Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 40 of 44 shots in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Senators on Tuesday.
Analysis: He did everything he could to help earn Pittsburgh at least one point, even though the Pens blew a three-goal lead. Marc-Andre Fleury will almost surely start Friday at home against the Isles with a postseason berth hanging in the balance. He could start Saturday, too, if the Pens find a way to blow yet another game.

4/7/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Penguins Go With Fleury Tuesday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury is slated to start Tuesday's game against the Sens, Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury, who gave up four goals on 34 shots in a 5-3 defeat to the Blue Jackets on Saturday, returns to the Pittsburgh net after giving way to Thomas Greiss in Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Flyers. The Penguins will thus look to snap a three-game slide that has left them just two points ahead of the Sens, who are in ninth place in the Eastern Conference standings with 93 points through 79 games.

4/4/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Can't Stop Onslaught Saturday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury gave up four goals on 34 shots in a 5-3 loss to Columbus on Saturday.
Analysis: Giveaways and defensive breakdowns in front of Marc-Andre Fleury doomed his performance Saturday afternoon. The Pittsburgh goalie is not expected to play Sunday in Philadelphia, where he holds a 13-6-1 mark, 2.94 GAA and .903 save percentage.

4/4/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury To Start Saturday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will get the starting nod in goal Saturday afternoon in Columbus.
Analysis: The Pens' 3-6-1 mark over their last 10 games has sunk the team to seventh in the Eastern Conference, putting its once surefire postseason bid under some pressure right now. As a result, coach Mike Johnston will stick with his No. 1 netminder for the first game of a back-to-back set, despite Marc-Andre Fleury's own downturn in performance of late. It's probably still worthwhile for those in season-long leagues to keep Fleury active for Saturday's tilt, but those playing in daily formats may want to take a look at other options. Fleury will be going up against the league's hottest goalie in Sergei Bobrovsky, who is riding a seven-game winning streak entering play Saturday.

4/4/2015

Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT Pens' Fleury Gets Start In Net Saturday

Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Gets Start In Net Saturday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be between the pipes for Saturday's game against the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: The Pens' 3-6-1 mark over their last 10 games has sunk the team to seventh in the Eastern Conference, putting its once surefire postseason bid under some pressure right now. As a result, coach Mike Johnston will stick with his No. 1 netminder for the first game of a back-to-back set, despite Marc-Andre Fleury's own downturn in performance of late. It's probably still worthwhile for those in season-long leagues to keep Fleury active for Saturday's tilt, but those playing in daily formats may want to take a look at other options. Fleury will be going up against the league's hottest goalie in Sergei Bobrovsky, who is riding a seven-game winning streak entering play Saturday.

4/2/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury Stops 27 In Loss

News: Marc-Andre Fleury allowed four goals on 31 shots in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Flyers.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury had a rough game Wednesday, but his season to date has not left fantasy owners disappointed. He's currently in the top 10 in the league in wins and GAA, and his nine shutouts lead the entire NHL.

4/1/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Penguins Go With Fleury On Wednesday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury is slated to start Wednesday's home game against the Flyers, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury, who sports 33-17-8 mark, with a 2.26 GAA and .921 save percentage to date, will take aim Wednesday at a Flyers squad that is looking to snap a nine-game losing streak (0-5-4) on the road.

4/1/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury In Line To Start Wednesday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury was the first goalie off the ice at the Pens' morning skate and is expected to receive the start in goal Wednesday against the Flyers, Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: Marc-Andre Fleury ended a two-game slide Sunday against the Sharks, stopping 30 of 32 shots in the victory. He's been prone to some inconsistency in the second half, but with the Penguins' attack beginning to break out of its slump following the returns of Patric Hornqvist and Evgeni Malkin from injury, Fleury should have a strong chance of securing another win Wednesday. He's slated to face off against a Flyers squad that ranks in the bottom third of the league in scoring and without one of its top forwards in Wayne Simmonds.

3/30/2015

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Fleury Plays Well For Pens On Sunday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 30 of 32 shots Sunday, helping the Pens to a 3-2 shootout victory over San Jose.
Analysis: Despite playing the entire game down a man with only five defensemen and playing short-handed for four minutes during overtime, Marc-Andre Fleury came up big in a gut-check game. His 33 wins represent a full-season low with six games remaining. The netminder's GAA (2.26) and save percentage (.922) are both career bests, however.

3/27/2015

Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT Pens' Fleury To Take Next Turn Sunday

Marc-Andre Fleury

Pens' Fleury To Take Next Turn Sunday

News: Marc-Andre Fleury will be in the crease for Sunday's game against the Sharks, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Analysis: With Thomas Greiss kicking off the Penguins' back-to-back set with a start Saturday against the Coyotes, Marc-Andre Fleury will be tasked with the tougher matchup of the two. Fleury has lost four of his last five decisions, and while he wasn't sharp in his last two turns, the disappearance of his offense bears the brunt of the responsibility for his demise. Fortunately, the team looks like it could have Evgeni Malkin (lower body) and potentially Patric Hornqvist (undisclosed) back in its lineup by Sunday, which would certainly bolster Fleury's chances of getting back on track. Even with the minor dip in performance, Fleury's ratios for the season (2.27 GAA, .921 save percentage) are above average, making him a playable option on an ongoing basis.

3/26/2015

Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT Four Losses In Five Starts For Pens' Fleury

Marc-Andre Fleury

Four Losses In Five Starts For Pens' Fleury

News: Marc-Andre Fleury lost for the fourth time in his last five starts Thursday, giving up five goals on 28 shots against Carolina.
Analysis: A bad game for both Marc-Andre Fleury and the Pens. It looked like he was righting the ship recently, with save marks of .914 or better in three consecutive outings (though he took two losses anyway), but Fleury just can't seem to find his stride lately. His stats remain quite strong nonetheless -- his save percentage a career-high-tying .921, his GAA a career-best 2.23, with a career-high, NHL-leading nine shutouts -- and yet he's been a curious kind of inconsistent.