Video: Wild Marc-Andre Fleury Injured vs Panthers

It was a chaotic scene in Florida on Friday night as Minnesota Wild netminder Marc-Andre Fleury was taken out in the second period with an upper-body injury. 

The play, which likely caused the injury was in the first period when Panthers forward William Lockwood collided with Fleury. At the time, he managed to stay in the game, however was lifted in the second period, when both teams decided to make a goalie change.

Fleury is a pending unrestricted free agent and has been all over the trade rumors of late. GM Bill Guerin hasn't approached the future hall-of-famer yet for his list of desired teams, however, many feel that's coming based on the Wild's outside chance to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Wild head coach John Hynes didn't have an update on Fleury's status after the game. He mentioned it was Fleury's decision to pull himself as he obviously wasn't feeling like himself throughout the game. He stopped 10 of 11 shots before departing for Filip Gustavsson. 

Here's the play that caused the injury:

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