Video of Marc-Andre Fleury emerges in which he tells his true feelings about his job

Impossible not to love the guy!



The Minnesota Wild may finally be heading into the right direction. It took until 10 games into the season but the team finally walked away with a 5-4 overtime win against the New York Rangers and racked up another victory last night against the New York Islanders with Marc-Andre Fleury in between the pipes. Flower turned away 27 of the 29 shots the Isles directed towards him. Minnesota now sits fifth place of the Central division with a 5-5-2 record.

With two wins in a row, it feels like the Wild is off to a better start for the month of November. And it could be all thanks to the special practice the team held over the weekend. On Sunday, the Wild held an open-to-the-public outdoor practice at the Recreation Outdoor Center and cameras were there to catch the event. They also mic’ed up Fleury, who stole the show as the beloved goalie always tells it like it is.

During practice in which a three-on-three scrimmage was held, Fleury stood a long time in his crease without any action coming his way. This prompted him to reveal his true feelings about his job in between the pipes. And being Flower, this is hilarious.

“Sometimes it’s boring man, for a goalie, just stand there. Nobody comes say hi, nobody to hang out with. By yourself.”

He ends the funny comments with a sigh.

Moments later, he can be seen and heard bragging about his double save, looking straight into the camera:

This guy is hilarious. Most of his past and current teammates have said more than once that Fleury is the best guy to have in a dressing room, and it’s easy to understand why.

It remains to be seen what will be next after this season when it comes to Fleury’s career. The veteran netminder mentioned prior to the 2023-24 campaign that he’s going to make a decision about retirement after going through the “ups and downs” of the coming season.

“I just told myself that I would give myself this season, see how it goes, see how I feel physically, mentally, if I can still stop the puck, and just make a decision at the end,” Fleury said. “I don’t want to think about it too much, like, every game. ‘It’s going good, I’ll play again, it’s going bad, I don’t want to play anymore,’ you know what I mean? There will be ups and downs this season. I just want to get through it and make a decision at the end.”

I hope that the Wild gets back into this and the Fleury will want to stick around some more in the NHL, because he is a beloved player that people love to see in action, whether it’s playing or making jokes on camera!

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