Jim wrote:Pavel Bure wrote:It's not what other options are there it's what other options were there. Namely Bernier and Schnieder were available.
The peoblem with the Pens going after those two is that those teams were not looking to take a "starter" goalie back. Flueiry would have needed to have been moved and neither team would have wanted him.
There are plenty of teams that would take on Fleury for salary reasons to get to the cap floor. Fleury didn't have to go to those teams.
As for all these people "Get the sanity and logic out of here Mikey" get real. The people saying Fleury is done in this thread have referred to his now clear track record of riding a hot offensive team in the regular season while he has average numbers to totally choking and blowing up in the playoffs. As someone said earlier "Win as a team, lose as a team." but you don't give up a goal on the first shot you see from just inside the blue line as a team. The Fleury detractors have solid evidence of him being done, lets not act like this is overreaction.