Pittsburgh Penguins goatender Marc-Andre Fleury has endured good times and bad.
He won a Stanley Cup in 2009, securing the trophy for his team with an outstanding diving stop on a shot by Detroit's Henrik Zetterberg.
His career went downhill from there, as he fell out of favour with fans after some poor performances in the 2012 and 2013 playoffs.
But all's not lost for Fleury. In a game against the Red Wings on Wednesday night, he made an incredible sprawling save against Daniel Alfredsson in a shootout, proving he still has some magic in his game as the Pens went on to win 4-3.
Now, if he can just channel it into postseason success.
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