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Marc Andre Fleury and wife welcome third baby, son James

Frank Carnevale
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Las Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury.

The “Flower” and family welcomed a son.

Marc Andre Fleury, the former Pittsburgh Penguins goalie, who now guards the net for the Vegas Golden Knights, and his wife Veronique Larosee welcomed their third child this weekend.

Son James was born Friday weighing 9.3 pounds. He is the Fleurys’ third child, joining two sisters, 5-year-old Estelle and 3-year-old Scarlett.

Veronique Larosee posted about news on Instagram with a photo of the new guy with his Knights’ hat, “He’s here the new love of our lives, baby James Fleury, born at 39 weeks on March 22nd. 9.3 lbs & 21 inches of pure love ”

Fleury, a fan favorite in Pittsburgh for 13 years helping the Penguins win 3 Stanley Cup titles, was traded to the Knights in 2017. The goalie has been dealing with a lower-body issue and has missed some games, but is expected to be with the team this week.

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Frank at 412-380-8511, fcarnevale@tribweb.com or via Twitter @frnkstar.

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