Marc-Andre Fleury: Vegas 'will be competitive for many years'


New team, new city, same old Marc-Andre Fleury.
After 13 seasons, 375 wins and three Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the 32-year-old goaltender waived his no-movement clause, allowing the Penguins to move on to the younger and more affordable Matt Murray. Now Fleury is the face of the nascent Vegas Golden Knights, as their marquee addition from the expansion draft.
The shift from a perennial contender to a team with modest expectations marks a significant change for Fleury. When your owner and general manager openly admit that they don't expect to make the playoffs until their third season, how does that make the starting goaltender feel? Fleury opens up about expectations and how he has changed since his 2003 debut (more wine consumption and less media); and of course, he sprinkles in a few jokes along the way.