The Chicago Blackhawks are on a decent streak where they have taken the last nine of the possible ten points available to them. A lot of that has been thanks to Marc-Andre Fleury who is still looking like one of the best goalies in the National Hockey League.
The Chicago Blackhawks have been a bad team this year and it would be even worst without Fleury. He currently has a record of 13-11-3 with three shutouts. However, he has a 2.69 ERA and a .916 save percentage which are great statistics.
That is an okay record with outstanding stats but it isn’t a record that he is used to from his time with the Pittsburgh Penguins and Vegas Golden Knights. Most of his career with those teams was spent believing that he has a chance to win the Stanley Cup. That is not the case with these Hawks.
Fleury has never missed the playoffs in his Hall of Fame NHL career. That incredible streak is in jeopardy right now as the Hawks are for sure not going to the postseason. They are well out of a playoff spot right now and have played more games than most of the teams ahead of them. Jumping that many teams with fewer games to play is extremely difficult.
The Chicago Blackhawks would be really smart to trade Marc-Andre Fleury.
Not only would it be good for the Blackhawks organization to trade Fleury away, but It would also be a good sign of respect to him and his incredible career. These are the three teams that should strongly consider his services: