Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 1 week ago

Fleury stopped 34 of 36 shots in Friday's Game 5 overtime loss to the Rangers.

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 his 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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 1 week ago

Fleury will be between the pipes for Friday's Game 5 against the Rangers, Newsday's Steve Zipay reports.

Despite playing pretty solid, 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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 2 weeks ago

Fleury allowed two goals on 24 shots in Wednesday's 2-1 OT loss to the Rangers.

Fleury is now 1-3 in the playoffs, and will need to be on the top of his game if the Penguins want to have a chance to come back from the 3-1 series deficit they find themselves in.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 2 weeks ago

Fleury will be in the crease for Wednesday's Game 4 against the Rangers, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

Backup netminder Thomas Greiss unsurprisingly remained on the ice for extra work during Thursday's morning skate, indicating that 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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 2 weeks ago

Fleury stopped 24 of 26 shots in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers in Game 3.

It was another solid outing for 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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 2 weeks ago

Fleury will be in the crease for Monday's Game 3 against the Rangers, NHL.com's Wes Crosby reports.

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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 2 weeks ago

Fleury stopped 23 of 26 shots in Saturday's Game 2 win over the Rangers.

A decent outing for 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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 2 weeks ago

Fleury will be in the crease for Saturday's game 2 against the Rangers, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.

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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 3 weeks ago

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.

Just 28 seconds into the game, 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.

Marc-Andre Fleury G PIT 3 weeks ago

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.

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.