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Feb 22, 2024 0 0 -1 2 -1
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2022 -3.5-0.1 1 1 -10 12:47
2021 19.259.6 2 2 4 16:16
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Deemed day-to-day

    Fleury (upper body) is not expected to play Sunday versus New Jersey, per Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times. Fleury, who is considered day-to-day, is poised to miss his second straight contest after getting injured in Thursday's 5-3 loss to Washington. He has contributed one goal, three assists, 23 blocked shots and 23 hits over 17 NHL outings this season.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Not playing Saturday

    Fleury (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup versus the Islanders on Saturday, per Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times. Fleury logged only 5:05 Thursday versus Washington after sitting out the previous game as a healthy scratch. Erik Cernak (illness) will return to the lineup, and Max Crozier will play as well, as the Lightning going with 11 forwards and seven defensemen. Fleury has a goal and three assists in 17 NHL outings this season.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Sustains undisclosed injury

    Fleury suffered an undisclosed injury and won't return to Thursday's game against Washington, per Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com. Fleury entered the contest with a goal and four points in 16 appearances this season. It's believed he sustained the injury when he was hit by the Capitals' Tom Wilson in the first period, according to Tom Gulitti of NHL.com. Tampa Bay entered Thursday's action with just six healthy defensemen, so the loss of Fleury might complicate matters for Saturday's match against the Islanders, though Erik Cernak (illness) might be healthy by then.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Returns from IR

    Fleury (hand) was activated from long-term injured reserve Sunday, per CapFriendly. Fleury missed the last 12 games but should be available for Tampa Bay's next game, which will be Feb. 7 against the Rangers after the All-Star break. The 27-year-old has four points in 12 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Closing in on return

    Fleury (hand) should be ready to return following the All-Star break, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports. Fleury hasn't played since Dec. 31 versus the Canadiens due to a hand injury. Even once given a clean bill of health, the 27-year-old defender will likely frequently sit as a healthy scratch for the Lightning, so he won't be a viable fantasy option in season-long formats. Fleury's picked up four points through 12 top-level appearances this year.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Can't finish contest

    Fleury (undisclosed) did not return to Sunday's game versus the Canadiens after leaving in the second period, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. The Lightning closed out the contest with four blueliners, as Erik Cernak (undisclosed) also left the game in the middle frame. There was no update on Fleury or Cernak after the contest, leaving their status up in the air for Tuesday's match versus the Jets. Sean Day would likely fill in if one of them can't play -- the Lightning may also have to make roster moves to fill out their blue line.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Goal, assist in victory

    Fleury tallied a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Blues. Fleury picked up a helper on Mikey Eyssimont's opening tally in the first period before adding his first goal of the season midway through the second, beating Jordan Binnington with a shot through traffic to extend Tampa's lead to 5-0. The 27-year-old Fleury has played in four of the Lightning's last five games after serving as a healthy scratch for much of the year. He could see his role further expanded depending on the severity of Mikhail Sergachev's (lower body) injury. Fleury now has a goal and four points in seven games this season.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Back from conditioning loan

    Fleury was recalled from his conditioning assignment with AHL Syracuse on Tuesday. Fleury didn't pick up a point in five appearances at the minor-league level during his conditioning loan. He has one assist and three hits in two outings with Tampa Bay this campaign.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: On conditioning stint

    Fleury was sent to AHL Syracuse on a conditioning assignment Thursday. Fleury picked up an assist Monday, but it was only his second NHL game of the season as he has been a healthy scratch on seven occasions. Look for Fleury to see plenty of action during his conditioning stint with the Crunch.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Notches helper against Kraken

    Fleury registered an assist in Monday's 4-3 defeat to Seattle. Fleury was playing in just his second game of the season while the Lightning gave Calvin de Haan the night off. For his part, the 27-year-old Fleury is averaging just 11:14 of ice time and almost certainly will continue to watch plenty of games from the press box while de Haan gets the bulk of the games.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Can't earn full-time role

    Fleury has played just 28 games this season. He has a single assist, which he notched in his second game back in October. Fleury was a first-round pick of Carolina in 2014 but has struggled to earn a full-time role in any of his six seasons. Or with any of the four teams (Carolina, Anaheim, Seattle and Tampa Bay) he's played for since breaking in. It doesn't look like it's going to change any time soon.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: More time watching than playing

    Fleury has been a healthy scratch eight times in the last 10 games. He's mostly known for physical play, and at one time was considered the second-best defender in his draft class (2014; 7th overall). But Fleury has been surpassed by fellow 2014 draftees Devon Toews, Travis Sanheim, Tony DeAngelo, Brandon Montour, Lucas Wallmark and even Jacob Middleton, who was the last guy taken that year (210th). Fleury has played in 20 games this season and has one assist, 22 hits, 20 blocks and 18 shots.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Back in action against Kraken

    Fleury (lower body) will rejoin the lineup versus Seattle on Tuesday, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports. Fleury has played just once in the team's last eight contests, in part due to injury. With a number of forward injuries, Fleury will dress as the seventh defenseman for the club and will likely see minimal minutes. As such, fantasy players shouldn't be expecting much out of Fleury heading into Tuesday's tilt.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Won't play against Panthers

    Fleury (lower body) won't play Saturday versus Florida, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Fleury, who last played Dec. 1, remains day-to-day. He has one assist, 14 shots on goal, 10 blocks and 18 hits in 13 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Isn't available Thursday

    Fleury (lower body) will miss Thursday's game against Nashville, according to Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site. Fleury missed the Lightning's previous two contests because of the injury. He has an assist in 13 games this season. When he's healthy, he might serve on the third pairing.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Won't play Tuesday

    Fleury (lower body) won't play Tuesday against Detroit, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Fleury, who took part in the morning skate, is listed as day-to-day. He has one assist, 14 shots on goal, 10 blocks and 18 hits in 13 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Day-to-day with lower-body injury

    Fleury is listed as day-to-day with lower-body injury, Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida reports. Fleury didn't take part in Monday's practice after he was absent from the lineup Saturday against Toronto. His status for Tuesday's contest versus Detroit appears to be doubtful at this time.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Good to go Monday

    Fleury (undisclosed) is in Monday's lineup against Boston, per the NHL's media site. Fleury was injured Saturday against Nashville but he won't be forced to miss any additional time. The 26-year-old is averaging 12:15 of ice time with one point through 11 games in his first season with the Lightning.
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  • Lightning's Haydn Fleury: Leaves with injury

    Fleury (undisclosed) didn't play after the second period of Saturday's game versus the Predators, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports. There was no update on Fleury's status following the game. The revolving door of injuries continues to spin on the Lightning's blue line -- they just welcomed Zach Bogosian back into the fold after offseason shoulder surgery. If Fleury missed time, Philippe Myers or Nick Perbix (undisclosed) would be the most likely to draw into the lineup.
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  • Haydn Fleury: Signs with Tampa

    Fleury signed a two-year, $1.525 million contract with the Lightning on Wednesday. The Lightning need to retool their defense corps after trading Ryan McDonagh to the Predators and letting Jan Rutta walk in free agency. Fleury will get a look with the Bolts after posting four points in 36 contests with the Kraken last season. The first-round pick from 2014 has yet to really establish himself in the NHL, but the Lightning are taking a chance that he can elevate his game in a third-pairing role.
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