Marc-Andre Fleury has accomplished much during the course of his 13-year career in the NHL, but he’s yet to have scored a goal, and now he has even more motivation to do so.
Fleury has already won three Stanley Cups, and was the starting goaltender for the majority of those championship campaigns, so he could retire tomorrow and still be considered one of the most established netminders of all time.
But he still has some unfinished business, and if he can succeed, he’ll help out the needy in a big way.
Fleury was recently a guest on the “Pat McAfee Show Live,” and the former Colts punter presented the Golden Knights goalie with an intriguing proposition. If Fleury can score a goal this season, McAfee will donate $100,000 to a charity of his choice.
“You’ll get me trying every night now,” Fleury said in response.
We’d love to see it happen, and are now rooting for Fleury big-time.