Penguins' Fleury Saves Win over Islanders on Penalty Kills

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Penguins' Fleury Saves Win over Islanders on Penalty Kills
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Over and over again, the Pittsburgh Penguins asked Marc-Andre Fleury to save them on Tuesday night, And over and over again, Fleury responded. Fleury made 32 saves in a brilliant performance as the Penguins held the New York Islanders scoreless on seven power--play opportunities in a 4-2 win at Nassau Coliseum. James Neal, Simon Despres, Brandon Sutter and Pascal Dupuis scored as the Penguins (7-3-0) won their fourth straight game to remain atop the Atlantic Division. But the star of the night was Fleury, who was perfect outside of surrendering two goals in a 35-second span in the third period.

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