Chicago Blackhawks goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has been a topic of trade rumors coming into the NHL trade deadline. He is in the last year of his deal, but he has said he wants to play at least one more year after this. The 37-year-old goalie won the Vezina Trophy given to the best goalie in the NHL just last year, so he still has a lot left to offer.
The Capitals look like they are going to go on a Stanley Cup run. That is what matters the most to Marc-Andre Fleury at this point in his career. It could also line up for him to play his old team in the Penguins in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Another interested team could be the Avalanche who are in first place in the Central Division currently. They are rumored to be all in this year and would just have to dump some $7 million in salary to make it happen
Marc-Andre Fleury is seen as an upgrade for the Wild at goalie. The Wild look like they are in a position to make the playoffs and Marc-Andre Fleury is one of the best playoff goalies to ever do it.
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