Marc-Andre Fleury missed eight games with his first concussion in December.

By SI Wire
April 02, 2016

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Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is out indefinitely after being diagnosed with his second concussion of the season, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Dave Molinari.

“Marc wasn't feeling well when he came to the rink [Friday] and we sent him to see our doctors," coach Mike Sullivan told reporters on Saturday. “He was diagnosed with a concussion [Friday] afternoon, so he's not with us right now.”

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Fleury suffered his first concussion in December and missed eight games. He has a 35-17-6 record with 2.29 goals-against average on the season to go along with his .921 save percentage on the season.

Matt Murray started for the Penguins and earned his first shutout in a 5-0 win over the Islanders on Sunday.

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