IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
3 days ago

Fleury (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's contest with Los Angeles.

EDGE Analysis

The Flower continued to do on-ice work while the team was on a two-game road trip, but it's still unclear as to when he might be able to make a return to the lineup. After Sunday, Vegas next plays Wednesday in Anaheim, so practice in the days leading up to that game could provide some insight to Fleury's recovery.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
1 week ago

Fleury (concussion) will not travel with the team for its upcoming two-game road trip.

EDGE Analysis

Fleury last appeared in action a month ago (Oct. 13), missing the Golden Knights' last 12 outings. Expected to be the face of the franchise for its inaugural season, the Flower's absence continues to drag out as concussions are notoriously difficult to pin down in terms of timeline. Regardless of how well the various backup netminders have fared, there should be little doubt the veteran retakes the starting job once cleared to play.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
2 weeks ago

Fleury (concussion) got in some on-ice work Wednesday for the first time since suffering his concussion, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.

EDGE Analysis

With little to no information coming out of the desert regarding Fleury's status, the fact that he was on the ice in full gear is certainly a good sign. When the Flower might return to action remains to be seen and will likely depend on how his body responds to the workout session. Until then, Max Lagace and Dylan Ferguson will continue to be the Golden Knights' last line of defense.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
3 weeks ago

Fleury (concussion) has yet to practice and is still without an offical recovery timetable, TSN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The 32-year-old netminder didn't join Vegas on the team's current road trip, so the earliest he could return is for the Nov. 10 tilt against Winnipeg. At this point, that doesn't look very promising. With a revolving door minding the net for the Golden Knights, the team will stick with Max Lagace until Fleury, Malcolm Subban, or Oscar Dansk can return to action.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
4 weeks ago

Fleury won't join the Golden Knights for the start of their six-game road trip, which begins Monday in New York, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

EDGE Analysis

Fleury is expected to return to practice soon, but there's no reason for Vegas to rush him back before he's 100 percent, as the Golden Knights have been on a roll lately, winning all four games they've placed since the veteran netminder was diagnosed with a concussion on Oct. 15. Fleury remains without a definite timetable for his return to the lineup, but Vegas should release another update on his status once he's able to resume skating.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
1 month ago

Fleury's recovery has remained on track and he should return to practice soon.

EDGE Analysis

Head coach Gerald Gallant also noted that once Fleury is able to return to practice, it should take four-to-five days before he's able to regain his role as the starter. The 33-year-old has now been sidelined since Oct. 13 with his concussion, and with Fleury already ruled out for the next two games, a return at some point next week seems most likely.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
1 month ago

Fleury (concussion) will not suit up in either of the Golden Knights' two upcoming home contests.

EDGE Analysis

Entering the season, goaltending was viewed as a positive for the new franchise, with both Fleury and Calvin Pickard taken in the expansion draft. With Flower injured, Pickard now in Toronto, and waiver-claimed backup Malcolm Subban (lower body) also on IR, the team will turn to untested netminders Oscar Dansk and Max Lagace, who have a combined zero career NHL starts. Once given the all-clear, there should be little doubt Fleury will retake his job as the starter in Vegas.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
1 month ago

Fleury (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

The former Penguin went the distance in the Golden Knights most recent game Friday, so it's unclear whether or not this is when he suffered the injury. By being placed on IR, Fleury will miss at least a week of action, but it could be for a longer period of time as the goaltender has dealt with concussion problems in the past.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
1 month ago

Fleury allowed six goals on 27 shots in a 6-3 loss against the Red Wings on Friday.

EDGE Analysis

Vegas led 3-2 heading into the third period, but Detroit exploded against Fleury in the final stanza, scoring four unanswered goals. Fleury stopped 13 of 15 shots through the first two periods but then couldn't stop much of anything in the final 20 minutes. Still, it's been a great start for Fleury, who won his first three starts prior to Friday, in Vegas. He is 3-1-0 with a .925 save percentage and 2.48 GAA, looking every bit the part of a No. 1 goaltender and elite fantasy option.

IRMarc-Andre Fleury
G VGK
1 month ago

Fleury will tend the twine for Friday's clash with Detroit, Jesse Granger of the Las Vegas Sun reports.

EDGE Analysis

Fleury has been outstanding to kick off the Golden Knights' inaugural season, as he remains undefeated with a .963 save percentage through the first three games. The former Penguin will face off against a Red Wings squad that is struggling to get shots on goal -- averaging a mere 29.8, sixth worst in the NHL.