Tomas Vokoun is focused on being part of a winning team and not on supplanting Marc-Andre Fleury for the team's starter role.
"I knew exactly what I was signing myself up for," Vokoun said. "This wasn't about being the starting goalie or statistics. This was about the bigger picture. I wanted to come somewhere that had a winning environment. I probably had better individual opportunities with other teams, but this was the place for me. This is a place where you can win." Fleury and Vokoun appear to be getting along already and they should co-exist nicely in Pittsburgh. Coach Dan Bylsma has already confirmed that Fluery is his number one netminder and he'll be between the pipes on opening day. Vokoun will probably also see his fair share of starts to keep Fleury well rested for the playoffs.