| October 22, 1973 (age 42)
St. Claire, QC, CAN (1973-10-22) |Carl Fleury Wikipedia
Carl Fleury (born October 22, 1973) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player who played 10 seasons across the ECHL and LNAH who is the current head coach of the Trois-Rivières Caron et Guay of the LNAH.
Born in Sainte-Claire, Quebec, Fleury spent the majority of his ECHL career as a member of the Johnstown Chiefs. Upon leaving the Chiefs in 2000, he joined St. Georges-de-Beauce Garaga, where he would play 4 seasons before leaving the team after the 2003-04 LNAH season.
Fleury would return to Saint Georges, Quebec to coach the Saint-Georges CRS Express, where he would lead the team to the Futura Cup. The former Saint-Georges Garaga - the team Fleury played for from 2000-2004 - were renamed the CRS Express after businessman Jean-Paul Blais bought the team in 2005. Blais is the owner of the CRS Express trucking company.