Marc-Andre Fleury gets a head start on the NHL season

Friday August 23rd, 2013
The spotlight will be on Marc-Andre Fleury, who is working with a psychologist and new goalie coach.
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Like Korn, both Shero and Bylsma believe they've found the right guy to work with Fleury and help him rediscover, and perhaps reinvent himself. With only two seasons left on his $5 million a year deal in the new, lower salary cap world, and with Jeff Zatkoff having posted an impressive 1.93 average and .920 save percentage for AHL Scranton Wilkes-Barre last season, Fleury needs to rebound from this career low point. His new goalie coach and the sports psychologist could play major roles in the path his career takes from here.

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