Marc-Andre Fleury agrees to waive his no trade clause for one US Team

Published March 20, 2022 at 9:15

The past few months we have wondered if Marc Andre Fleury would be traded by the Chicago Blackhawks. There have been rumours for weeks now that the goaltender could he moved, but it looks like this could become reality sooner rather than later. With Hockey Insider, Elliotte Friedman confirming that Marc Andre Fleury is willing to waive his no trade clause to a team he believes can win a Stanley Cup with.

There had been talk Marc-Andre Fleury was hoping to stay in Chicago for the sake of not moving his family, however it looks like he is now open to the idea of a move.

Fleury has recently turned down 2 trades from the Washington Capitals, and most recently the Edmonton Oilers.

Friedman shared today that the Minnesota Wild are in talks with the Blackhawks to try to bring Fleury to the Hockey State.

This was also reported by Wild insider Michael Russo who took it MUCH further:

Fleury has agreed to throw away his no movement clause if the Blackhawks workout a deal with the Minnesota Wild. As it seems like Minnesota has already been in touch with Chicago, it's been stated that Blackhawks GM Kyle Davidson has said it is ultimately up to Fleury's decision.

Fleury, who is 37-years-old, has won 3 Stanley Cups in his career, all as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Fleury is hoping this trade deadline can give him that opportunity for one more chance at Lord Stanley's Cup.

Fleury has played in over 900 NHL games between the Pittsburgh Penguins, Las Vegas Golden knights, and Chicago Blackhawks.

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