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Minnesota Wild Fans Furious Over How John Hynes Screwed Over Hall Of Fame Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury

Published December 18, 2023 at 4:51 PM
BY JULIEN TREKKER
     
The Minnesota Wild have come under heavy criticism for a recent decision they announced concerning Marc-Andre Fleury and their upcoming game against the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight.

Wild Prepare to Face Fleury's Former Team in Pittsburgh Tonight



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Tonight, the Minnesota Wild are scheduled to play against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh, a game that would typically be a routine Monday night matchup in December. However, this particular game has a special meaning for Wild goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury.


Fleury, originally drafted first overall by the Penguins in 2003, spent the majority of his career and won three Stanley Cups there.

With speculation surrounding Fleury's potential retirement after this season, tonight's game could mark his farewell game in Pittsburgh.

Marc-Andre Fleury: «It's always been special for me, coming to Pittsburgh. Obviously spent a lot of time here, and people have always been very welcoming every time I come back to town. It's always fun to be back."


Wild Announce Fleury Will Not Start in His Potential Final Game in Pittsburgh



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While Fleury hasn't made any announcement concerning his retirement, many anticipate that this could indeed be his last game in Pittsburgh.

In what could be Marc-Andre Fleury's last game in Pittsburgh, head coach John Hynes said Filip Gustavsson will be the starting goaltender.

Hynes said the decision was "part of the plan"


John Hynes, who decided to send Gustavsson on the ice, got a lot of criticism from fans over that decision.









Do you think Hynes made the wrong call?

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Minnesota Wild Fans Furious Over How John Hynes Screwed Over Hall Of Fame Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury

Do you think Hynes made the wrong call?

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