Here's the post I made on May 2, 2010, for which I was roundly criticized:
"Fleury continues to be the Pens' weak spot
by Paul Baxter on Sun May 02, 2010 4:06 pm
Fleury's performance continues to be the Pens's weak spot. If the Pens get eliminated by Montreal, it will be first and foremost becuase of Fleury. Fleury's playoff performance thus far has been very mediocre, which is reflected in the goaltending stats. Fleury ranks 15th out of 19 goalies in save percentage in this year's playoffs (based on all goalies who have played at least 2 games). Of course, he was mediocre during the regular season as well, ranking 31st out of 40 goalies (playing at least 27 games). The stats don't lie. Fleury is a below-average goalie who won a Stanley Cup because of the players in front of him, not because of him.
It continues to amaze me how grossly over-rated Fleury is by Penguin fans in general and by many posters on this board. I would love to see Shero trade Fleury in the off-season and get us a decent goaltender for a change
Based upon what has happened thus far this season, it appears that the many Fleury apologists on this board are finally seeing the light.