No Goalie Has More Swag Than Marc-Andre Fleury
The Vegas Golden Knights' fashion icon wore gold pads for the first time in a game and naturally got a shutout.
Biscuits 70: Grading the Marc-Andre Fleury and Connor Hellebuyck Extensions
Lozo and Down Goes Brown also discuss the passing of Ray Emery, and cast an Ocean's 11 movie with hockey players.
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Welcome to the Stanley Cup Final Matchup That Makes No Sense
The Washington Capitals are back in the Cup Final for the first time in 20 years against the expansion Vegas Golden Knights, the team everyone thought would be awful.
Marc-Andre Fleury Is the NHL's Most Lovable Troll
Instead of licking the faces of his opponents, the Golden Knights goalie tickles their ears. Take notes, Brad Marchand.
DGB Grab Bag: Penguins Waiting for Revenge, Save Your Boos, and NHL Collusion?
Plus Patrik Laine is obsessed with "Call of Duty" and ragging on his roommate.
Biscuits 47: Does Marc-Andre Fleury Have a Shot at Making the Hall of Fame?
Lozo and Down Goes Brown also discuss goalie interference controversy, Henrik Lundqvist's future in New York, and the upcoming trade deadline.
Penguins Expertly Handled Murray-Fleury Situation in Back-to-Back Cup Years
The flip-flopping between Murray and Fleury as No. 1 goaltender could have turned ugly. Instead, the duo helped Pittsburgh win titles in consecutive seasons.
Murray Over Fleury Was a Move the Penguins Had to Make
Pittsburgh couldn't afford to let Fleury work through his funk while its No. 1 goalie was healthy and ready.
The Penguins Should Worry If Bad Marc-André Fleury Is Back
After a nightmare Game 3 from his goaltender, coach Mike Sullivan has to decide whether it was just a hiccup by Good Fleury, or if Bad Fleury is back to stake his claim on the latest Penguins postseason disappointment.
Marc-Andre Fleury's Playoff Brilliance Was Never Supposed to Happen
It took a Matt Murray injury at the start of the playoffs for the veteran Fleury to get his chance. If this is his last run with the Penguins, he's going out with a bang.
Capitals-Penguins Gave Us Everything We Wanted in Game 1
Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin did their thing, while Marc-Andre Fleury stood on his head. This series has the makings of another Washington-Pittsburgh classic.
Veteran Penguins Taking Big Dump on Young Blue Jackets
Familiar faces like Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and Marc-Andre Fleury have been instrumental in helping Pittsburgh get out to a commanding 3-0 series lead.