Las Vegas–Today the Vegas Golden Knights along with General Manager George McPhee have activated starting goaltender Marc-André Fleury off of IR.

In activating Fleury, the organization has sent back down the Chicago Wolves hockey club netminder Maxime Lagace.

Lagace last start between the pipes was yesterday against the Dallas Stars where he made 36 save and completed the game with a .930 save percentage.

His record with the Golden Knights during his time with the big club was 6-6-1 with a 3.79 GAA and a .872 save percentage.

For Fleury, he has missed 25 games and was placed on IR back on October 14 which was two days after his 2nd period injury he suffered from the collision with Detroit Red Wings forward Anthony Mantha.

Marc-André Fleury Gets Injured By Anthony Mantha

Before he was taken out of commission Fleury posted a 3-1 record, a 2.48 GAA and a .925 save percentage.

Fleury’s only loss was at the hands of the Red Wings where the Golden Knights were defeated 6-3 by the original six franchise.

This news comes within days after Fleury started practicing with the team again before they headed on their most recent 2-game road trip.

Prior to practicing with the team this past week he also had some time with Goalie Coach Dave Prior, Assistant Coach Ryan Craig, and blueliners Brad Hunt and Jon Merrill.

He also was on the 1st annual fathers trip with the team when they played against the Nashville Predators and Dallas Stars.

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