A lengthy practice Monday featured goalie Marc-Andre Fleury looking sharp and focused during various drills.

That has been the norm since Fleury was replaced as starter by Tomas Vokoun for Game 5 of a first-round Stanley Cup playoff series, coach Dan Bylsma said.

“We want to stay sharp in a lot of areas, and for our goaltenders it's the same thing,” Bylsma said Monday after a nearly 70-minute session at Consol Energy Center. “We're looking for them not only to see shots and situational speed but also five-on-five play. We saw the end of practice have that kind of action.”

The Penguins will not practice Tuesday but anticipate at least one more full-length session before Game 1 of their Eastern Conference final against Boston.

Vokoun is expected to start that best-of-seven series, but Bylsma has not named him the full-time starter.

“In terms of Marc-Andre Fleury, his attention for the last 10 days of practice, (his) focus, has been very good,” Bylsma said. “He's been practicing extremely well, and I think he's ready to go in there and stop pucks when he gets that chance.”