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Top Cale Fleury News

  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Earns first NHL helper

    Fleury registered an assist and three hits in Thursday's 4-3 overtime win over the Devils.

    This was Fleury's first game since Dec. 15, as he stepped in for Justin Schultz (undisclosed). Fleury's only other point in his 57 NHL appearances was a goal he scored for the Canadiens in the 2019-20 campaign. The defenseman has contributed six shots on net, 17 hits, seven blocked shots and an even plus-minus rating through seven outings this season, and his spot in the lineup should be fairly secure while Schultz is out.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Opportunity may arise

    Fleury has been scratched for 15 straight games, but Justin Schultz (undisclosed) left Tuesday's game versus the Oilers in the second period, per Emerald City Hockey.

    The Kraken's success this season has led to very little roster juggling, especially among the defensemen. Fleury has no points through six appearances, with his last game coming Dec. 15. The 24-year-old would likely get the first look if Schultz misses time, but it's possible a call-up could also draw in -- Gustav Olofsson logged time in December when the Kraken were down two of their regular blueliners for a week.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Doles out four hits

    Fleury logged four hits in Tuesday's 6-2 loss to the Lightning.

    Tuesday marked Fleury's fifth game of the year, and he got to play against his older brother, Haydn Fleury. The younger Fleury's set for an increase in playing time with Jamie Oleksiak (suspension) and Justin Schultz (upper body) unavailable, though it could still be a short burst of action. Through five appearances, Fleury has 12 hits, five blocked shots, five shots on goal and a minus-1 rating, and he has yet to log a point.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Awaiting season debut

    Fleury has yet to appear in a game for the Kraken this season.

    Fleury was expected to compete with Will Borgen for the last defenseman spot in the lineup. So far, it's been all Borgen, with the 23-year-old Fleury instead watching from the press box. Head coach Dave Hakstol has had little reason to shuffle the lineup -- the Kraken are allowing only 2.93 goals and 27.5 shots per game, indicating they've cleaned up both the defensive and goaltending woes that doomed their inaugural season. Fleury could get his first chance to play Friday versus the Wild if Jamie Oleksiak (undisclosed) can't suit up.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Secures two-way deal

    Fleury penned a one-year, two-way contract with Seattle on Tuesday.

    Fleury played in just nine games for the Kraken last season in which he registered four shots, 19 hits and 14 blocks while averaging just 14:34 of ice time. The 23-year-old defender has just one NHL point in 50 outings, so fantasy players shouldn't be expecting much in the way of offense out of him even when he is up in the NHL this year.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Dropped to minors

    Fleury was reassigned to AHL Charlotte on Thursday.

    Fleury remains pointless in nine NHL games this year in which he has registered four shots, 19 hits and 14 blocks while averaging 14:34 of ice time. Even if the blueliner gets back into one of the Kraken's final two games this year, he is unlikely to offer much in the way of fantasy value.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Called up from minors

    Fleury was promoted from AHL Charlotte on Tuesday.

    Fleury has played in just two games for the Kraken this season in which he registered three hits, four blocks and two shots in 12:59 of ice time. WIth Hayden Fleury (upper body) dealing with an injury, the younger Fleury will be brought up to serve as an emergency depth option heading into Seattle's two-game road trip.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Reassigned to AHL affiliate

    Fleury was reassigned to AHL Charlotte on Wednesday.

    Fleury made his first two appearances with the Kraken this week, logging two shots on net, four blocked shots and three hits. The 23-year-old will likely spend the All-Star break with the Checkers, though he could return to the big club if Jamie Oleksiak (lower body) and Carson Soucy (lower body) are still out for next Wednesday's clash with the Coyotes.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Ascends to active roster

    Fleury will be promoted from the taxi squad to the active roster and play Tuesday against Boston.

    Fleury will likely slot into a bottom-four role for Tuesday's contest. The 23-year-old defender hasn't appeared in an NHL contest since 2019-20, when he picked up one goal through 41 games with the Canadiens.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Recalled to taxi squad

    Fleury was promoted from AHL Charlotte to the taxi squad Monday, Bob Condor of the Kraken's official site reports.

    Fleury has tallied five goals and 12 assists over 17 appearances with AHL Charlotte this season. The 23-year-old played 41 games and recorded one goal for Montreal in 2019-20. He has not made an NHL appearance since signing with the Kraken on Aug. 13.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Hits waivers

    Fleury was waived by the Kraken on Saturday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.

    The 22-year-old defenseman was always going to be a long-shot for the big club's Opening Night roster. If Fleury passes through waivers unclaimed, he'll likely be assigned to AHL Charlotte to begin the 2021-22 season, although he could be a candidate for a call-up during the campaign.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Pens two-way deal with Seattle

    Fleury signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Kraken on Friday, CapFriendly reports.

    Fleury was a bit of a puzzling Expansion Draft pick by Seattle, as he didn't appear in a single NHL contest last season, and he only picked up six helpers through 22 AHL appearances. The 22-year-old blueliner will likely spend most of the upcoming campaign in the minors.

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  • Kraken's Cale Fleury: Surprise expansion pick

    Fleury was taken by Seattle from Montreal in the 2021 Expansion Draft on Wednesday, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports.

    With all the speculation around the Kraken taking Carey Price (knee), the decision to grab the young blueliner certainly comes as a bit of a surprise. Considering the 22-year-old defenseman hasn't logged an NHL game since the 2019-20 campaign, fantasy players should probably expect him to be stashed in the minors to start the upcoming season.

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  • Canadiens' Cale Fleury: Rises to active roster

    Fleury was added to Montreal's active roster Tuesday.

    Fleury will be around as an emergency depth option for the Canadiens' playoff run, but he likely won't see any game action. He's picked up six helpers through 22 AHL appearances this year.

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  • Canadiens' Cale Fleury: Needs to be consistent physically

    AHL Laval head coach Pierre Bouchard wants to see Fleury be more consistently physical, Herb Zurkowsky of the Montreal Gazette reports.

    Bouchard feels the 6-foot-1, 211-pound Fleury's biggest asset is being physical, something he's not doing consistently enough. "I walked by him this morning and told him: 'I'm going to be over you, under you and through you'," Bouchard said. "We're going to work at it. That's his colour (being physical). If he doesn't do that, he's useless. He knows that. He has to be a presence." Fleury, who spent 41 games in the NHL last season, was bypassed for a callup to Montreal prior to its six-game road trip. Instead, the Canadiens promoted Xavier Ouellet, who could get a chance to fill in for the injured Ben Chiarot (hand).

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  • Canadiens' Cale Fleury: Returning to AHL Laval

    Fleury was demoted to AHL Laval on Saturday, per CapFriendly.

    Fleury will likely continue moving between the taxi squad and the minors this season. The 22-year-old defenseman won't be on the fantasy radar, as he's not expected to make the big club's lineup.

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  • Canadiens' Cale Fleury: Back on taxi squad

    The Canadiens added Fleury to the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly.

    The 22-year-old spent time with AHL Laval to this point, earning two assists and a plus-3 rating across three games. He'll return to the taxi squad where he's expected to provide depth heading into Saturday's game against Toronto. Fleury is expected to spend most of his time between the minors and taxi squad this season.

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  • Canadiens' Cale Fleury: Shuffles to minors

    Fleury was assigned to AHL Laval on Monday.

    Fleury suited up in 41 games last season, producing a goal and 102 hits. However, he didn't make his season debut with the Canadiens before being sent down. The 22-year-old will have a larger opportunity to develop in Laval, likely in a top-four role on a consistent basis.

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  • Canadiens' Cale Fleury: Assigned to taxi squad

    Fleury was added to the taxi squad Tuesday, Matt Cudzinowski of the Canadiens' official site reports.

    The 22-year-old is the lone defenseman on the Habs' five-man squad. He joins forwards Michael Frolik, Corey Perry, Ryan Poehling and goalie Charlie Lindgren. Fleury had one assist and appeared in 41 games for Montreal in 2019-20.

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  • Canadiens' Cale Fleury: Skating with big club

    Fleury is on the ice as part of Phase 2 skates with the Habs.

    Fleury made his NHL debut this season and went on to make 41 appearances for Montreal in which he garnered one goal, 45 shots and 102 hits while averaging 14:21 of ice time. The 20-year-old blueliner figures to take on a bigger role with the club heading into the 2020-21 campaign, especially if Christian Folin is allowed to walk in free agency.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 199 lbs
Birthplace: Carlyle, SK
Age: 24
Experience: 3
Shoots: Right