This past weekend, Fluery and his family unveiled a playground in Pittsburgh that they were leaving behind as a donation to the city and the children in the community.
Last week, the 32-year-old former 1st overall pick had to hold back tears during the team’s locker clean out before he went around the room to shake everyone’s hand.
With Vegas set to announce their roster on Wednesday night, Fleury made one final stop in Pittsburgh to say goodbye to all the loyal fans who had his back since the day he joined the team.
At 7 PM ET on Tuesday night, Fleury is going to be signing autographs one last time in Pittsburgh at a Dick’s Sporting Good and fans wanted to show how much they appreciate him and everything he did for their community by starting the line 12 hours in advance at 7 AM ET.
Considering that photo was taken early Tuesday morning, the line is going to be at least a couple of thousand people deep by the time they get to meet him.
Everyone who has encountered Fleury has nothing but good things to say about him and Penguins assistant coach Rick Tocchet said this about his soon-to-be former goalie.