Assuming George McPhee doesn’t flip him, this will be the first time that Marc-Andre Fleury will come to Pittsburgh as a visiting player. The first overall pick in the 2003 draft helped the Penguins win three Stanley Cups during his tenure. Despite some bumps along the way, he left the franchise as a beloved citizen. He spent his final days as a member of the team funding the construction of a playground and doing one final public appearance to say goodbye to fans. It’s going to be an emotional ovation on that Tuesday night.