Marc-Andre Fleury robs Erik Karlsson with ridiculous glove save

This is one of the best gloves saves you will see all year.

Marc-Andre Fleury can be a maddening goaltender at times.

On one hand, he can let in some really ugly goals at the worst possible time. On the other hand, his quickness and athleticism in the crease can result in some of the most stunning, highlight reel saves in the league.

Midway through the third period against the Ottawa Senators on Monday night, he did the latter when he did this against Erik Karlsson.

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Karlsson is the most dangerous offensive defenseman in the league and that is as good of a look as he is going to get. Nine times out of 10 that puck in that situation ends up in the back of the net. That was the one time, and it was incredible.

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