The 36-year-old Marc-André Fleury (Marc-André Fleury) is gradually approaching the end of his brilliant career, but it is difficult for him to achieve what he has achieved so far.
“Sometimes, it’s hard to believe or realize that I have done this in my career. “It means I’m getting older,” said Sorel-Tracy, a native.
Dedicated to his duties, Fleury hopes to share this achievement.
“I am fortunate to play with excellent teams in Pittsburgh and Vegas. Victory is the team’s statistic. I am fortunate to be able to stay healthy and play with such an excellent teammate.”
In the victory ranking, Fleury (487) tied with three other Quebecers, Roberto Rouango (489), Patrick Roy (551) and Martin Broder (691) in the top four. The standard bearer of the Golden Knight took this opportunity to send flowers to those in front of him.
“Roberto is younger than the other two people. So I have the opportunity to see him in his junior year and have played against him several times…………………. …I have always been one of his admirers. […] As for Brodeur and Roy, these are the guys I saw when I was a kid. “
“I tried to play like them. Roy promoted the butterfly style in Montreal. This is when I started to keep my goals. This is what shaped me. I have always liked Patrick’s passion.”
“For Martin, we can see his smile under the mask during the game. He is unpredictable. Sometimes he will pull the puck hard, or hang his legs in the air to save himself.”
“These guys have been consistent for years. They are always the best in the league. It’s crazy that my name is close to theirs.”
If he does not understand certain factors in the past, then Fleury realizes that he will win the fourth Stanley Cup in the next few months.
As of Sunday, the Golden Cavaliers ranked first in the NHL standings. When asked if he would win the highest honor soon, whether he would lift the foot warmer, the man who had experienced the ultimate happiness with Penguin three times was not ready to make such a decision.
“My goal is to win the cup every year. I don’t know if I will stop playing if I win another cup. I like to play and still have a lot of fun. I don’t know what else I can do in life, Give me the same feelings and emotions as ice hockey.”