Cale Fleury

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RD CALE FLEURY
Birthdate: 1998-11-19
Birthplace: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Shoots: Right
Height: 6′-2″
Weight: 207 lbs
NHL Draft: 2017 | Round 3 | 87th overall
Waivers Eligibility: 2022-23 or 160 NHL GP

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SEASON AAV PERFORM BONUSES SIGNING BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2018-19 $883,333 $182,500 $92,500 $650,000 $742,500 $70,000
2019-20 $883,333 $132,500 $92,500 $700,000 $792,500 $70,000
2020-21 $883,333 $20,000 $80,000 $700,000 $780,000 $70,000
2021-22 RFA

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Cale Fleury’s Elite Prospects Stats Page


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Fleury is developing into a very solid two-way defenseman which was evident during his transition to the professional ranks. He’s a fluid skater with average speed that uses his crossovers and quick turns to stay with the play. He’s positionally sound and uses an active stick to break up plays. A smart defenseman who manages the puck well doesn’t force plays and isn’t afraid to carry the puck even while under pressure. He’s got very good vision, solid passing abilities and is able to hit forwards with long stretch passes. Fleury possess a heavy release both of the wrist and slap shot variety he’s also patient in getting pucks through from the point. He’s a physical defenseman who loves to step up with well-timed open-ice hits.

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“The sturdy blueliner was named captain of Kootenay in mid-January, always impressive for a draft-eligible player, and a testament to his character and leadership traits. Brother of Carolina defence prospect Haydn, he may not possess his brother’s speed but is no slouch in the skating department either. Third overall in team scoring, Fleury has a hard point shot and smart passing skills that will help him on draft day as scouts always like to see some offensive upside.” – (Recrutes.ca)

“He’s a fluid skater and moves the puck very well, he’s got excellent offensive and defensive awareness. He’s a strong two-way player with good anticipation and an excellent passer. He works hard and gives a consistent second effort. For me, he’s the type of player that the more I watch him play, the more I like him.” – (The Hockey Prospector)


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