June 26, 2022

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The Mark-Andre Fleury dream year continues

The Mark-Andre Fleury dream year continues

Goalkeepers Mark-Andre Fleury and the Vegas Golden Knights are well under their control despite some turmoil over the Minnesota Wild.

Max Pasioretti is on the ground due to injury and is not described publicly, which keeps Fleury Castle awesome. Quebecar made 35 savings in Saturday’s 4-0 victory, helping the Knights reach second-round playoff victory.

In addition, the veteran continues to be successful in 2020-2021. With a strong record of 26-10-0, 1.98 goals-averaging and a .928 save rate in the regular season, he continued in the same row in the playoffs. So far, her average is 0.99 and her rate is .966. His only loss to Wild was a 1-0 overtime loss, he admitted from the start.

“I’m fine, physically fit and the defense in front of me is excellent,” the “Las Vegas Review Journal” reported, according to a match-post video conference. I’m trying to make stops. My team helps me a lot by catching throw returns and blocking shots. I have had some offensive support in recent games. I try to keep the game tight, to make the first stop and not think too long. ”

In the opposing camp, some have so far accepted their powerlessness. This was the case with striker Marcus Foligno.

“Mark-Andre Fleury plays incredibly well. We did a lot better than him, but he made some extraordinary saves.”

In good company

With the 16th shutout of his career in the playoffs, Fleury finished third in National Hockey League history with Curtis Joseph. Martin Brodyur 24, led by Patrick Roy (23). In addition, “Flower” reached the plateau of 150 playoff games, placing him fourth with Grant Fuhr, behind Roy (247), Brodyur (205) and Ed Belfor (161).

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His 151st meeting, scheduled for Monday at the T-Mobile Arena, may be the last in a clash with the Wild‌, who still believe their chances.

“It’s very difficult, but the important thing right now is how we can get back on track. This is where we need to divert our attention. You have to win a game and come back to Minnesota,” said Minnesota forward Zach Paris.