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He stabbed Fleury in the back, dug the agent into a…

first_imgPhoto: nhl.czOne collage and such hype. An image that appeared on Twitter on Allan Walsh, one of the most famous players’ agents, caused an unprecedented uproar across the hockey public. He depicted his prominent client, Marc-André Fleury, pierced by a sword with the inscription “DEBOER”. What Walsh pointed out in an original way is obvious.He complained that Fleury, a three-time Stanley Cup winner, had become a substitute in this year’s playoffs. It bothers him that Vegas coach Peter DeBoer preferred Robin Lehner to Chicago in the series. And that apparently nothing like that was planned.As the right agent, he fights for his client by all means. He knows very well that Fleury, who managed to make it to the finals the year before last, would like to stand between the three poles. In addition, it is quite possible that there was an agreement with DeBoer that Fleury and Lehner would be filming.Although the Canadian goalkeeper appreciated Walsh’s enthusiasm, in order not to break the atmosphere in the strong team, he asked him to delete the controversial tweet.“Regarding that collage, I’d like to say that Allan has been my agent for many years. I have known him since he was fifteen and I have always valued his passion for hockey, “he said to the journalists.“I think that was the way he wanted to point out that I wasn’t getting much space. But I’m a team player and I want to win with others, no matter what role I play in, “Fleury added before the start of the series with Vancouver.It started on Monday night with a clear win of paper favorites over the Canucks 5: 0. Lehner stood in the cage, responding to the Twitter bag with his premier clean account in the elimination fights. For the first zero in the playoffs, 26 interventions were enough for him.Photo: nhl.czFleury had known his number two position in his career. Just remember how Matt Murray surpassed him for two years in a row and the popular goalkeeper with the nickname “Flower” watched the triumphant campaign of the Pittsburgh Penguins for the Stanley Cups mostly from the substitution.He then left for Vegas, where Fleury again became the number one masked man and a key support. He had the lion’s share in the fact that the Golden Knights reached the finals as a league rookie.In the 2019/20 season, however, he still lacked something in the top form. The ambitious club insured the situation when it brought Lehner to the transfer deadline. At first they took turns, but in the battles for the Silver Cup, DeBoer clearly relies on the tall Swede.Fleury has no problem with that, at least outwardly. “We all want to become NHL champions. That’s why we’re here. And I really like Robin, we became friends. Plus, I think he’s a really good goalkeeper. I don’t feel any wrong, “he said after the twitter case.Was it honest? Who knows. One old wisdom, however, states that a single picture often says more than a thousand words. Share on Facebook Share on Twitterlast_img read more