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Watch: Terrific Tribute Video to Marc-Andre Fleury

Emotions overflowed on and off the ice Wednesday night at PPG Paints Arena. First was the Flower's return, then the crowd was standing again when Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier stood up.



Former Penguin Marc-Andre Fleury said prior to Wednesday's game that he hoped he wouldn't cry when he took the ice for the first time as a visiting goaltender at PPG Paints Arena. He didn't stand a chance during the first TV timeout when his former team honored him with a tribute video.
 

As the ovation continued, Fleury removed his glove to wipe his eyes.
 

If that wasn't enough tugging on the heartstrings, the crowd was back on its feet when Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier was introduced.
 

While Fleury's former teammates showered him with praise and affection before the game, once they hit the ice it was all business. The Pens escaped with a 5-4 win, their eighth consecutive home victory.
 

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