The Vegas Golden Knights have surprised everyone around the NHL with how good they’ve been through their first season and a half of existence and part of that success has been because of the play the between the pipes from Marc-Andre Fleury.
While it seems like Vegas has been a good fit for Fleury and his family, the three-time Stanley Cup champion is looking for a new place to live as he recently put his 5,285-square-foot house on the market.
Located in the Southern Highlands area of Las Vegas, Fleury is asking $2.5 million for the house which includes an open-plan gourmet kitchen, five bedrooms, 4.75 bathrooms, a formal dining area, a den and an office.
The backyard is breathtaking as it’s completely private and includes a pool, a fire pit with a seating area, a built-in BBQ, two verandas, a spa, and a casita.
In his first regular season with the Golden Knights, Fleury went 29-13-4 with four shutouts, a 2.24 goals against average and a .927 save percentage, and went 13-7 with four shutouts, a 2.24 goals against average and a .927 save percentage during the playoffs. This season, the 34-year-old owns a 27-13-4 record and six shutouts to go with a 2.50 goals against average and a .911 save percentage in 44 starts.