And why are you protecting Fleury? Check his stats, he is not an elite goalie yet.
And name me one goalie over the last twenty years who reached "elite" status at 21 years of age. And when I say "elite", I don't mean just someone who became their team's primary goaltender at the age of 21. I mean someone who was one of the top ten goalies in the league by his most important numbers (save % and GAA)...someone who was one of the best two or three players on his team...someone who was the driving force behind his team getting to the postseason. Because that's what an elite player is. Eric Staal is an elite player. Dion Phaneuf is an elite player. Fleury? Not an elite player, but I don't think you'll find many goalies at all who are at that age. The last one I can really think of is that stood out is Patrick Roy, but that was more than 20 years ago.
Fans do stuff like this all the time - go back and debate previous drafts based on the "if we knew then what we know now" theory. Heck, they had features like this running the last couple of weeks on NFL Network and ESPN in lieu of the NFL draft.
I don't think anyone here is protecting Fleury, and so what if they were? Quite honestly, I think some of Bucci's projections are off, but not egregiously off. He doesn't mention if he made that list based off of the current construct of the teams (presence of Crosby cancels out the need for Staal), or if he based it off of needs in 2003 (where I'd argue that the Pens might take Staal ahead of Phaneuf in Bucci's mock redraft). I think that qualifier would help explain putting Fleury behind Bernier, Parise, and maybe even Getzlaf and Zherdev.