Pens working on Fleury deal
An unusually large number of picks from this year's draft are poised to make their respective teams.
Pittsburgh goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury, the first overall pick, has until 3 p.m. ET Monday to sign or else he will be forced to delay his NHL debut.
Negotiations with Fleury's agent, Allan Walsh, will likely go down to the wire as the Penguins try to keep payroll as low as possible. Walsh wouldn't give much detail, but told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that nothing had been completed as of Sunday night.
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