Fleury was expected to practice with the Penguins on Sunday,
Pittsburgh general manager Craig Patrick said.
Fleury, the first pick in the June draft, got off to a strong
start with the Penguins, winning or tying five of his first seven
starts. His record slipped to 4-10-2 with eight losses in nine
games, including two overtime losses, when he left following a Dec.
9 overtime loss to Vancouver.
In the championship game of the world juniors, Fleury's
attempted clearing pass banked off a teammate and into his own net
for the winning goal in a 4-3 loss to the United States.
Coach Eddie Olczyk hasn't said when he expects Fleury to play
Fleury can play nine more games before the team owes him $3
million in contract bonuses.