Did Penguins protect the wrong goalie from expansion draft?

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Did Penguins protect the wrong goalie from expansion draft?
Did Penguins protect the wrong goalie from expansion draft?

Rob Vollman Special to ESPN.com Hockey analytics pioneer Rob Vollman is ESPN Insider's armchair GM, exploring how modern statistics can inform front-office decisions. Follow on Twitter In one of their easier decisions last offseason, the Vegas Golden Knights selected Marc-Andre Fleury from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the expansion draft, and he became one of the keys to their Cinderella season. Fleury improved from a .909 save percentage in 2016-17 to a career high of .927 in the regular season, which he matched in the postseason. Meanwhile, Matt Murray tumbled from .923 to a career-low .907, and fell from an NHL-high .937 in the 2017 playoffs to .908 in 2018. Driven by Fleury's success, the Golden

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