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The Penguins' recent winning streak has helped shine the spotlight back on Marc-Andre Fleury when discussions for the Vezina arise.
Fleury is second in the NHL with 37 victories, just one win behind the league leader, Pekka Rinne, despite the fact that Rinne has started seven more games than Fleury.
The Penguins goalie has a solid 2.26 goals-against average, although his save percentage is just .917, a cut below most of the other Vezina candidates.
Fleury has never been about statistics, but he has always been a clutch goalie, winning one Stanley Cup and taking the Penguins to the finals on another occasion.
If the Penguins continue winning, Fleury may find himself a finalist for the Vezina this summer.