Marc Andre Fleury in a Wild uniform

Marc-Andre Fleury may accept a trade to this Canadian team, says an insider

Published February 19, 2024 at 12:23

There is a good chance that the Minnesota Wild will be out of postseason contention before the trade deadline. GM Bill Guerin will have a difficult decision to make regarding whether to trade Marc Andre-Fleury.

Fleury's no-trade clause gives him some control over where he ends up, making a trade a bit more complicated than it would be for another rookie or NHLer.


A team that Fleury may waive his no-trade clause, according to NHL Insider Pierre LeBrun, is the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Neither Martin Jones nor Illya Samsonov have been the Maple Leafs' answer in net, so Fleury would be a welcome addition.

Would Fleury, nearing the end of his career, be able to handle another long playoff run?

Although Fleury hasn't officially retired, he will likely wait until the end of the season before making a decision, but he seems happy playing wherever he can.

As a multiple Stanley Cup champion and future Hall-of-Famer, Fleury would be very excited to go cup-hunting yet again, but in the long run, he doesn't have anything left to prove.

For now, it's another story we can't wait to see develop come March.
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