Pittsburgh Tribune Review "As the Penguins scrimmaged at the end of an informal skate Thursday in Cranberry, Chris Kunitz skated down the slot and fired a shot ticketed for the top-left corner of the net. Marc-Andre Fleury snatched it out of the air with a windmill glove save, barking a few taunts at the longtime..." September 16
NHL.com "Having watched most of the Stanley Cup Playoffs from the bench, goaltender Marc-André Fleury wasn't in much of a party mood when his Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup at SAP Center in San Jose on June 12. It was a different story Saturday. Fleury brought the Stanley Cup back to his..." August 08
The Score "Marc-Andre Fleury's safe for the summer. Jim Rutherford told Sportsnet's John Shannon on Saturday at the NHL draft that the goaltender will start the season with the Pittsburgh Penguins. The veteran Fleury was usurped by rookie upstart Matt Murray for the club's title run after suffering his..." June 25
Yahoo! Sports "The trade negotiations between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Calgary Flames for goalie Marc-Andre Fleury appear to have become a “who’s more screwed?” competition. The Penguins seemed pretty screwed. Fleury makes $5.75 million against the cap through 2019, and his no-move clause necessitates..." June 21
Calgary Sun "And then there was one. One NHL team looking hard for a starting goalie. With the Toronto Maple Leafs giving up a first-round pick (30th) and a second rounder next year to acquire Frederik Andersen from Anaheim Monday, the Calgary Flames are the only team left with a gaping hole between the..." June 21
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The 2015-16 season ended perfectly for Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford as he lifted the Stanley Cup over his head for the second time in his career. But that doesn't mean he lives in a perfect world. Rutherford admitted he has a potentially sticky goaltending situation on his hands..." June 17
Calgary Sun "For the better part of the last month, it's been evident the perfect solution to the Calgary Flames' goaltending void is Marc-Andre Fleury. It's also a solution for the Pittsburgh Penguins and Fleury himself. Anyone who saw the 31-year-old Penguins veteran half-heartedly hoist the Stanley..." June 16
Pro Hockey Talk "The last time the Penguins were in the Stanley Cup Final, Marc-Andre Fleury was the club’s unquestioned No. 1 netminder. Now, seven years later, the Pens are back — but Fleury’s in a greatly reduced role. He’s backing up 22-year-old Matt Murray, which has cast doubt on Fleury’s future in..." May 30
The Score "Marc-Andre Fleury was not thrilled with his Game 5 performance. The Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender allowed four goals in his club's 4-3 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday and admits he wasn't quite himself. "It wasn't the best I've felt in a game, but still I've been..." May 23
CBS Sports "As soon as Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury was cleared to play after recovering from his second concussion of the season, it seemed inevitable that he would eventually get back in the starting lineup one way or another. But every time it seemed as if coach Mike Sullivan had a..." May 23
The Score "After 15 postseason games, Marc-Andre Fleury will finally get his first start. The veteran netminder was in the starter's net, and was the first goalie off the ice at the Pittsburgh Penguins' morning skate Sunday. Following the skate, head coach Mike Sullivan announced Fleury will start Game 5,..." May 22
The Score "Two goalies have started playoff games for the Pittsburgh Penguins this year, none of whom are named Marc-Andre Fleury. Jeff Zatkoff was called upon early when he was the only healthy goalie on the roster, but Matt Murray has since taken over the starting gig - perhaps for good. But general..." May 19
Sportsnet "The Calgary Flames are in search of some help between the pipes, this we know. General manager Brad Treliving has said as much, stating “goaltending is obviously a priority for us,” as the 2015-16 regular season came to a close. How the Flames go about filling that void in goal could become..." May 18
CBS Sports "With Marc-Andre Fleury cleared to return to game action and serving as the Pittsburgh Penguins' backup goalie for each of the past three games of their second round series against the Washington Capitals, there was going to come a point where there would be a desire to get him back on the ice...." May 09
Pro Hockey Talk "If you needed a reminder about the “What have you done for me lately?” nature of sports, check some of the takes about the Pittsburgh Penguins’ goaltending situation. By just about any measure, Matt Murray‘s been a revelation in his first playoff experiences. He’s stolen a game or two against..." May 08
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury finally was cleared to play Monday after an agonizing month on the shelf dealing with symptoms related to a concussion. Instead of returning to the crease for Game 3 of the Penguins’ Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Washington Capitals, Fleury..." May 04
Sullivan: Fleury is day to day. Making significant progress. Maatta is out tonight. "Upper body."
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, who is recovering from a concussion, is well enough to be facing shots from teammates, but still is not symptom-free. Fleury participated in an optional workout at the Penguins’ practice facility in Cranberry today with no apparent problem, but acknowledged he..." April 25
The Score "Marc-Andre Fleury took a step in his recovery Saturday. The Pittsburgh Penguins No. 1 goaltender, out since the end of March with a concussion, wore full equipment and took shots in a workout prior to Game 5. " April 23
CBS Sports "Fleury (concussion) won't dress for Game 2 against the Rangers on Saturday, TSN's Frank Seravalli reports. Fleury has participated in practice three times since Wednesday, which is a promising sign as the No. 1 goalie hasn't hit game ice since March 31." April 16
CBS Sports "After their 5-2 win over the New York Rangers in Game 1, the Pittsburgh Penguins could be getting closer to full strength for Game 2. After both participated in practice, Evgeni Malkin and Marc-Andre Fleury sounded more optimistic about their chances of playing Saturday. Malkin was a full..." April 15
Coach Sullivan: "We will make a game-time decision on tonight's goaltender."
Fleury says his game still isn't 100 percent and was noncommittal about playing in Game 1, but comes across as cautiously optimistic.
CBS Sports "The Pittsburgh Penguins injured list is adding another name. Already playing without Evgeni Malkin, Olli Maatta and Brian Dumoulin (their second best forward and two of their top-three defensemen), the team announced on Saturday morning that starting goalie Marc-Andre Fleury did not make the..." April 02