A busy Penguins offseason is unlikely to include contract extensions for goalie Marc-Andre Fleury and defenseman Paul Martin.
Each player is set to enter the final year of his current contract and can sign an extension at the official start of the new NHL season Tuesday.
The Penguins are optimistic they will eventually sign Fleury to a new deal, but talks with his representatives...
Despite all of the Pittsburgh Penguins storylines of the 2014 offseason, the future of goalie Marc-Andre Fleury remains one of the biggest topics of discussion in the Burgh. The difference this year is that Fleury did not have an epic collapse in the playoffs, in fact he played pretty well for the most part, the […]
By: Meesh Shanmugam (@HockeyMeesh)
As everyone experiments with CapGeek’s Armchair GM, one of the hotter topics is what to do with Marc-Andre Fleury. He has one more year left on his contract and will make $5 million, which is certainly a hefty sum on a team with several holes to fill and not much money to do it.
Fleury is one of many hot topics this season. (Bruce Bennett/Getty...
For over nine years, Marc-Andre Fleury has patrolled the Pittsburgh crease, helping transform the Penguins from a laughing stock into one of the NHL's most successful squads. Along the way, he's backstopped his club to back-to-back Stanley Cup Finals, reached the pinnacle of the sport in 2009 and broken numerous franchise records. Not yet 30 years old, The Flower sits...
Marc-Andre Fleury recorded his second consecutive shutout of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Monday night. Well, Marc-Andre Fleury and his crossbar. The Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender got a little help from the iron during the second period of the Penguins’ Game 3 matchup with the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference semifinals. With 12 minutes remaining in the frame and the...
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Kevin Woodley, Goalie Guru for NHL.com and Managing Editor of InGoalMag.com joins us to talk about Marc-Andre Fleury and the Penguins/Blue Jackets series.
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Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury could be starring in some Southwest Commercials at this point, because he has to want to get away. The Penguins had saw their 3-0 lead slowly dissipate on Wednesday night and Fleury’s misplay with less than 30 seconds left led to Brandon Dubinsky’s game-tying goal. Then in overtime, Fleury let in a soft wrist shot from Nick Foligno...
Saturday’s home loss to the Blue Jackets was one that I’m willing to bet most Penguins fans will be quick to forget about.
It’s not so much that the team lost, but rather then manner in which they fell apart that was so alarming.
Up 3-1 in the second, Pittsburgh again gave up another short-handed goal that cut their lead to 3-2, before allowing the Jackets to tie things up...
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The NHL’s Stadium Series has put on two great hockey games in two baseball stadiums, Yankee Stadium and Dodger Stadium. The final contest, between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks, will take place in Soldier Field, home of the NFL’s Chicago Bears. The Stadium Series helmet for Marc-Andre Fleury. (Facebook, Griffe Originale) Inspired by the football backdrop, Penguins...