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Fleury shocks the league once again and enters history with the all-time bests

Published February 10, 2023 at 9:41
BY FELIP GOSSELIN

Marc-Andre Fleury has been in this world's top league for quite a while now. The Pittsburgh Penguins made him the first selection in 2003 NHL Draft and the Quebecer hasn't looked back since and has definitely lived up to expectations.

The cage keeper just moved past Terry Sawchuk and took the 4th place in NHL history for most games played. Three Stanley Cups and even more trips to the Cup Finals, three All-Star appearance, winner of the Jennings trophy are the highlights of his NHL career. Since he entered the world's best level of hockey, he's maintained a 0.913 save percentage and a 2.53 goals against average.

He now stands only behind Martin Brodeur, Patrick Roy and Roberto Luongo atop of the list with 972 appearances. The way it's going, he could very much get to the 3rd and even the 2nd place on that list within the next year with Roy sitting at 1029 and Bobby Lou at 1044.




Fleury has grown into a fan favorite in every city he's played in. Although he spent the majority of his career in Pittsburgh with Sidney Crosby and Kristopher Letang. He recently shared time with the Golden Knights, the Blackhawks and now the Wild. Everytime a team moved on from him, they ended up regretting it later. Should Fleury be considered a future Hall of Famer for his splendid career?

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Fleury shocks the league once again and enters history with the all-time bests

Should Fleury be considered a future Hall of Famer for his splendid career?

Yes9984.6 %
No1815.4 %
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