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December 6, 2016 | 9:57pm ET
Fleury trade talks could pick up

The Pittsburgh Penguins haven't received any legitimate offers goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury yet, but trade talks could pick up as the season progresses.

During Tuesday night's "Insider Trading" segment on TSN, the panel discussed how the Penguins are expected to receive more interest in Fleury in the near future.

Fleury, 32, has two-years left on his contract beyond this season at an annual salary cap hit of $5.75 million.

He also owns a modified no-movement clause where he can list up to 11 teams he will not accept a trade to.

The Penguins are expected to move Fleury at some point this season, given how well Matt Murray has performed, yet again, between the pipes.

It's unclear, however, what type of return the Penguins will seek in exchange for trading Fleury, who would no doubt be a major upgrade in goal for whichever team acquires him.


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