Marc-Andre Fleury was the First Overall Draft Pick of 2003 would actually start in net for the Pittsburgh Penguins that year as an 18-year old, making him the youngest ever to start in between the pipes. He would get better annually and would be the starting Goalie in the Pens Stanley Cup Championship in 2009. While he was not a threat for the Vezina as a Penguin, he was a steady presence for Pittsburgh and a definite asset for Pittsburgh as they made their Championship runs. He would help Pittsburgh win the 2016 Cup (though played sparingly due to post-concussion syndrome) and again in 2017, where he backstopped them to their fifth Championship.
While there was no question that the Penguins had a star Goalie, they had Matt Murray in tow and left him unprotected for the Vegas Golden Knights to take him in the Expansion Draft, and he would take them to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Overall, he would have 375 Wins with a 2.58 Goals Against Average as a Pittsburgh Penguin, incredible numbers that will be hard for another netminder in the Steel City to surpass.