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Marc-Andre Fleury became a part of NHL history on Sunday when he became the fourth goalie to play 1,000 NHL games. Some of his puck-stopping peers wonder if Fleury might also be the last goalie to reach the elusive milestone.

Fleury joined Martin Brodeur (1,266), Roberto Luongo (1,044) and Patrick Roy (1,029) as the only goalies to reach an increasingly elusive milestone when he started a 3-2 loss against the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday. Fleury remains one win behind Roy for second place on the all-time list after Martin Brodeur (691).

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