Marc-Andre Fleury News Archive
Fleury, who allowed three goals on 19 shots Tuesday against Red Wings, was cut lightly across his throat by a Detroit player's skate but remained in the game, DK Pittsburgh Sports reports.
Fleury will see significant preseason minutes to prepare him for regular season play. "We'll listen to (goalie coach Mike Bales) on what we think is best for Marc and getting him to his A-game," coach Mike Sullivan told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "We have a little bit of a game plan here going through the exhibition season where we can ramp Marc up so that when the regular season starts, Marc is in the best position to be successful."
Fleury will go through training camp as the team's undisputed No. 1 goalie after Pittsburgh revealed fellow goalie Matt Murray suffered a broken hand during the World Cup of Hockey.
Fleury has expressed a desire to stay with the Penguins, the Pittsburgh Tribune reports.
Fleury has had no setbacks over the summer after sustaining two concussions over a four-month span in 2015-16, DK Pittsburgh Sports reports.