William Karlsson, James Neal, Ryan Carpenter and Jonathan Marchessault scored goals for the Pacific Division-leading Golden Knights, who lost for just the second time in 24 games when scoring the first goal of a game.
The beloved goaltender received a warm reception from a packed PPG Paints Arena crowd intent on thanking him for his 14 years of meritorious service to the black and gold. Keith Kinkaid stopped 15 shots to get the win for the Devils while Casey DeSmith allowed three goals on 38 shots to get the loss for the Penguins. The Pens went 0-for-5 on the power play, yet battled back from a 2-0 deficit in the win.
Fleury, the No. 1 pick in the 2003 National Hockey League draft, spent 13 seasons in Pittsburgh and set team records for games and minutes played, wins and shutouts.
Ryan Carpenter and Jonathan Marchessault scored in the third period for Vegas, which almost rallied from a three-goal deficit.
- Fleury had 17,774 saves, the most in Penguins franchise history. He willingly chose to waive a clause that would have let him stay with the Penguins.
Fleury regained the starting job when Murray aggravated an injury during warm-ups in the first game of the playoffs.
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Our boys handled the match really well and the quality and the intensity they showed on the field was great. I played a lot of school cricket and scored heavily and then went on to play in the Ranji Trophy as well.
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Last week, one of those attacks killed a teenage girl and wounded another civilian in the Turkish town of Reyhanli. "Some of them, after detection and neutralization, we placed as exhibits in the museum", said Karakus.
The organization put together a tribute video for Fleury that was shown during a first-period stoppage in play Tuesday night.
While fans gave a pulsating ovation that lasted until the puck dropped to restart the game more than a minute later, Fleury removed his glove and reached inside his mask, presumably to wipe tears from his eyes.
Six minutes later, Ian Cole took a pass from Bryan Rust in the slot, faked a slap shot, moved to the left hash marks and zipped a shot in over Fleury's blocker to tie the score.
NOTES: Pittsburgh won a season-high eighth straight home game. Pittsburgh also scratched defensemen Matt Hunwick and Chad Ruhwedel. The team also scratched defenseman Jason Garrison.
"I think it's different from every game I've ever played", the Penguins' all-time winningest goaltender said.
Penguins: At the Dallas Stars on Friday.