|May 24 1:42 PM PT2:42 PM MT3:42 PM CT4:42 PM ET20:42 GMT4:42 AM 北京时间1:42 PM MST3:42 PM EST0:42 UAE (+1)16:42 ET17:42 BRT - The Pittsburgh Penguins will start rookie goaltender Matt Murray instead of Fleury for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference championship series. Coach Mike Sullivan made the decision Tuesday, with the Penguins facing elimination for the first time this postseason. Tampa Bay holds a 3-2 series lead and is seeking to reach the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight year.
Analysis: Murray started the first four games of the series. Fleury replaced him during the third period of Game 4, then started and allowed four goals in a 4-3 overtime loss in Game 5. Sullivan said he was switching back to Murray because "just like we make all our lineup decisions, we try to put players on the ice that we think give us the best chance to win." Before Game 5, Fleury had not started a game since March 31, when he suffered a concussion.
|May 22 8:01 AM PT9:01 AM MT10:01 AM CT11:01 AM ET15:01 GMT11:01 PM 北京时间8:01 AM MST10:01 AM EST19:01 UAE11:01 ET12:01 BRT - Fleury will return to the Penguins' crease for Sunday's Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Analysis: It will be the veteran's first start since he sustained a concussion against Nashville on March 31. Rookie Matt Murray had been excellent in his place during these playoffs until Friday's Game 4 loss to Tampa Bay, where he was pulled in favor of Fleury after allowing four goals on 30 shots.
|Apr. 2 8:14 AM PT9:14 AM MT10:14 AM CT11:14 AM ET15:14 GMT11:14 PM 北京时间8:14 AM MST10:14 AM EST19:14 UAE11:14 ET12:14 BRT - The Pittsburgh Penguins are sticking with Matt Murray over Fleury for Monday's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals against Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Fleury hasn't played since recovering from a concussion. Murray gave up three goals on 20 shots in a 3-1 loss in Friday's series opener.
|Apr. 2 8:14 AM PT9:14 AM MT10:14 AM CT11:14 AM ET15:14 GMT11:14 PM 北京时间8:14 AM MST10:14 AM EST19:14 UAE11:14 ET12:14 BRT - Fleury has a concussion and did not travel to New York for Saturday's game against the Islanders.
Analysis: Coach Mike Sullivan said before the game that Fleury was not feeling well Friday and was sent to see team doctors. The coach said the concussion diagnosis came that afternoon. This is Fleury's second concussion this season. He missed eight games in December with post-concussion symptoms. Sullivan says Matt Murray will start in goal against the Islanders, with Jeff Zatkoff the backup.
|Apr. 1 3:04 PM PT4:04 PM MT5:04 PM CT6:04 PM ET22:04 GMT6:04 AM 北京时间3:04 PM MST5:04 PM EST2:04 UAE (+1)18:04 ET19:04 BRT - Fleury made 22 saves for his third straight win in Thursday's 5-2 win over Nashville.
Analysis: He has a .927 save percentage and 1.86 goals-against average during an 11-3-0 stretch.
|Mar. 20 2:47 PM PT3:47 PM MT4:47 PM CT5:47 PM ET21:47 GMT5:47 AM 北京时间2:47 PM MST4:47 PM EST1:47 UAE (+1)17:47 ET18:47 BRT - Fleury faced only 17 shots Saturday but kept all but one of them out of the net in a 4-1 win over Philadelphia.
Analysis: It was his fourth straight win as he improved to 31-16-6.
|Mar. 16 8:44 AM PT9:44 AM MT10:44 AM CT11:44 AM ET15:44 GMT11:44 PM 北京时间8:44 AM MST10:44 AM EST19:44 UAE11:44 ET12:44 BRT - Fleury stopped 25 shots Tuesday.
Analysis: He is 6-2-0 with a 1.75 goals-against average in his last eight starts.
|Mar. 12 2:40 PM PT3:40 PM MT4:40 PM CT5:40 PM ET22:40 GMT6:40 AM 北京时间3:40 PM MST5:40 PM EST2:40 UAE (+1)17:40 ET19:40 BRT - Fleury became the 20th NHL goalie with 350 victories and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-2 on Friday night.
Analysis: Fleury stopped 25 shots while avoiding a third consecutive loss.
|Mar. 6 12:37 PM PT1:37 PM MT2:37 PM CT3:37 PM ET20:37 GMT4:37 AM 北京时间1:37 PM MST3:37 PM EST0:37 UAE (+1)15:37 ET17:37 BRT - Fleury had an off night Saturday against Calgary, stopping just 26 of 30 shots in Pittsburgh's loss.
Analysis: Fleury had yielded just two goals total over a three-start winning streak coming in. He's been up-and-down all season but does possess solid overall numbers with 27 wins and a .921 save percentage.
|Mar. 1 1:20 PM PT2:20 PM MT3:20 PM CT4:20 PM ET21:20 GMT5:20 AM 北京时间2:20 PM MST4:20 PM EST1:20 UAE (+1)16:20 ET18:20 BRT - Fleury stopped 30 shots for his fifth shutout of the season and the 43rd of his career Monday.
Analysis: Fleury is 11-3-1 with a 2.32 GAA in his last 15 starts.
|Feb. 28 10:44 AM PT11:44 AM MT12:44 PM CT1:44 PM ET18:44 GMT2:44 AM 北京时间11:44 AM MST1:44 PM EST22:44 UAE13:44 ET15:44 BRT - Fleury stopped 27 shots for his 25th win Saturday.
Analysis: Fleury has won seven straight over the Jets and 17 of his last 19 starts versus the woeful franchise.
|Feb. 25 7:14 AM PT8:14 AM MT9:14 AM CT10:14 AM ET15:14 GMT11:14 PM 北京时间8:14 AM MST10:14 AM EST19:14 UAE10:14 ET12:14 BRT - Fleury stopped 24 shots Wednesday.
Analysis: Fleury's next opponent is a Jets team he has beaten six straight times. He's also 16-2-0 with a 2.20 GAA in his last 18 matchups and has earned nine straight home wins in the series so start him and earn an easy victory.
|Feb. 22 2:37 PM PT3:37 PM MT4:37 PM CT5:37 PM ET22:37 GMT6:37 AM 北京时间3:37 PM MST5:37 PM EST2:37 UAE (+1)17:37 ET19:37 BRT - Fleury made 24 saves in Sunday's 4-3 win at Buffalo.
Analysis: After permitting nine goals in his first two starts following the All-Star break, Fleury has a 1.95 GAA over his last six.
|Feb. 16 10:11 AM PT11:11 AM MT12:11 PM CT1:11 PM ET18:11 GMT2:11 AM 北京时间11:11 AM MST1:11 PM EST22:11 UAE13:11 ET16:11 BRT - Fleury made 27 saves in a 2-1 shootout loss to Florida on Monday.
Analysis: He has a 1.44 goals-against average in his last four starts.
|Feb. 13 8:05 AM PT9:05 AM MT10:05 AM CT11:05 AM ET16:05 GMT12:05 AM 北京时间9:05 AM MST11:05 AM EST20:05 UAE11:05 ET14:05 BRT - Fleury made 29 saves as the Penguins beat Carolina 2-1 on Friday night.
Analysis: Fleury has a 1.62 goals-against average in his last three starts.
|Feb. 11 8:47 AM PT9:47 AM MT10:47 AM CT11:47 AM ET16:47 GMT12:47 AM 北京时间9:47 AM MST11:47 AM EST20:47 UAE11:47 ET14:47 BRT - Fleury had 19 saves Wednesday in a loss.
Analysis: Fleury has lost his last three starts against the Rangers dating to last season.
|Feb. 6 2:40 PM PT3:40 PM MT4:40 PM CT5:40 PM ET22:40 GMT6:40 AM 北京时间3:40 PM MST5:40 PM EST2:40 UAE (+1)17:40 ET20:40 BRT - Fleury's struggles continued Friday at Tampa Bay, where he allowed four goals on 14 shots before being removed midway through the second period.
Analysis: Fleury surrendered five goals to Ottawa on Tuesday and owns a 3.57 GAA over his last five starts, though he's still won four of those outings.
|Jan. 27 9:29 AM PT10:29 AM MT11:29 AM CT12:29 PM ET17:29 GMT1:29 AM 北京时间10:29 AM MST12:29 PM EST21:29 UAE12:29 ET15:29 BRT - Fleury stopped 25 shots for his fourth shutout of the season and the surging Penguins beat the New Jersey Devils 2-0 on Tuesday night for their third straight win.
Analysis: Fleury has posted two shutouts during a four-game winning streak and yielded seven goals combined in the other two contests.
|Jan. 24 2:00 PM PT3:00 PM MT4:00 PM CT5:00 PM ET22:00 GMT6:00 AM 北京时间3:00 PM MST5:00 PM EST2:00 UAE (+1)17:00 ET20:00 BRT - Fleury picked up his third straight win despite allowing four goals during Saturday's 5-4 victory over Vancouver.
Analysis: He has surrendered at least three goals in four of his last five starts, the exception a shutout.
|Jan. 18 2:12 PM PT3:12 PM MT4:12 PM CT5:12 PM ET22:12 GMT6:12 AM 北京时间3:12 PM MST5:12 PM EST2:12 UAE (+1)17:12 ET20:12 BRT - Fleury made 22 saves in Sunday's 5-0 win over Carolina.
Analysis: Fleury had allowed eight goals in consecutive overtime losses prior to his third shutout of the season.
|Jan. 10 12:40 PM PT1:40 PM MT2:40 PM CT3:40 PM ET20:40 GMT4:40 AM 北京时间1:40 PM MST3:40 PM EST0:40 UAE (+1)15:40 ET18:40 BRT - Fleury made 33 saves in Saturday's 3-1 win over Montreal.
Analysis: Fleury has a 1.97 GAA and .943 save percentage over a 2-1-1 span.
|Jan. 7 1:18 PM PT2:18 PM MT3:18 PM CT4:18 PM ET21:18 GMT5:18 AM 北京时间2:18 PM MST4:18 PM EST1:18 UAE (+1)16:18 ET19:18 BRT - Fleury finished with 34 saves in Wednesday's 3-1 loss to Chicago.
Analysis: Fleury has gone 2-4-2 with a 2.61 goals-against average in his last eight starts.
|Dec. 15 1:12 PM PT2:12 PM MT3:12 PM CT4:12 PM ET21:12 GMT5:12 AM 北京时间2:12 PM MST4:12 PM EST1:12 UAE (+1)16:12 ET19:12 BRT - Fleury returned Saturday against the Isles.
Analysis: The Penguins netminder hadn't played since Dec. 14.
|Nov. 22 11:45 AM PT12:45 PM MT1:45 PM CT2:45 PM ET19:45 GMT3:45 AM 北京时间12:45 PM MST2:45 PM EST23:45 UAE14:45 ET17:45 BRT - Fleury had 26 saves Saturday in defeat.
Analysis: Fleury has allowed three goals in each of his last three games.
|Nov. 20 1:41 PM PT2:41 PM MT3:41 PM CT4:41 PM ET21:41 GMT5:41 AM 北京时间2:41 PM MST4:41 PM EST1:41 UAE (+1)16:41 ET19:41 BRT - Fleury had 28 saves Thursday.
Analysis: Fleury is 7-2-0 with a 2.11 GAA in his last nine games.
|Nov. 12 7:11 AM PT8:11 AM MT9:11 AM CT10:11 AM ET15:11 GMT11:11 PM 北京时间8:11 AM MST10:11 AM EST19:11 UAE10:11 ET13:11 BRT - Fleury made 32 saves Wednesday.
Analysis: Fleury left briefly in the first after taking an inadvertent stick to the mask from Penguins teammate Ben Lovejoy but he appears to be OK. He had stitching under his eye, but was joking about it afterward while sipping from a bottle of Fiji water. "Guys get those often," he said. "It's good to be part of the team a little bit, the stitchings."
|Nov. 8 8:30 AM PT9:30 AM MT10:30 AM CT11:30 AM ET16:30 GMT12:30 AM 北京时间9:30 AM MST11:30 AM EST20:30 UAE11:30 ET14:30 BRT - Fleury had 26 saves Saturday at Calgary.
Analysis: Fleury's four-game win streak in which he posted a 1.00 GAA came to a crashing halt.
|Nov. 1 1:13 PM PT2:13 PM MT3:13 PM CT4:13 PM ET21:13 GMT5:13 AM 北京时间2:13 PM MST4:13 PM EST1:13 UAE (+1)16:13 ET19:13 BRT - Fleury posted his 40th career shutout on Saturday.
Analysis: It was his second shutout of the season as he made 21 saves in Pittsburgh's 4-0 win over Toronto. Fleury has a 0.66 goals-against average and .979 save percentage in three straight wins.
|Oct. 29 2:23 PM PT3:23 PM MT4:23 PM CT5:23 PM ET21:23 GMT5:23 AM 北京时间2:23 PM MST4:23 PM EST1:23 UAE (+1)17:23 ET19:23 BRT - Fleury made 33 saves while allowing one goal in Wednesday's 3-1 win over Washington.
Analysis: He's won his last two starts while making 73 saves and allowing two goals.
|Oct. 25 11:38 AM PT12:38 PM MT1:38 PM CT2:38 PM ET18:38 GMT2:38 AM 北京时间11:38 AM MST1:38 PM EST22:38 UAE14:38 ET16:38 BRT - Fleury made 38 saves in Saturday's 2-1 win in Nashville.
Analysis: Fleury has a 1.60 GAA and .944 save percentage over a 4-1-0 span.
|Oct. 16 10:31 AM PT11:31 AM MT12:31 PM CT1:31 PM ET17:31 GMT1:31 AM 北京时间10:31 AM MST12:31 PM EST21:31 UAE13:31 ET14:31 BRT - Fleury stopped 22 shots for his 39th career shutout as the Penguins put a decisive halt to the franchise's worst start in a decade with Thursday's 2-0 win over Ottawa.
Analysis: "I don't think we had a full consistent game and tonight it felt really good from the start until the end," Fleury said.
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