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Eastern Metropolitan Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
54-20-8 116
52-24-6 110
46-25-11 103
44-26-12 100
37-35-10 84
37-38-7 81
27-46-9 63
25-46-11 61

2021 Goaltending

STATS W
Wins
L
Losses
OTL
Overtime Loss
GAA
Goals Against Average
SV%
Saves Percentage
SO
Shutout
Regular Season 34 18 6 2.42 .919 4
Post Season 0 1 0 3.69 .867 0

Top Tristan Jarry News

  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Loses in overtime in return

    Jarry (foot) allowed four goals on 30 shots in Sunday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Rangers in Game 7.

    Jarry was healthy enough to make his playoff debut in a win-or-go-home situation. He played fairly well, but Artemi Panarin's power-play tally 4:46 into overtime ended the Penguins' season. Despite the unfortunate result, Jarry can take some positives from 2021-22, as he cemented himself as the Penguins' starter. He posted a personal-best 2.42 GAA and a .919 save percentage while going 34-18-6 in a career-high 58 appearances during the regular season. The foot injury that cost him the last month prior to Sunday is unlikely to be something that carries over into the start of the 2022-23 campaign.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Starting Game 7

    Jarry (foot) will be stationed between the pipes for Sunday's road tilt with the Rangers, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.

    Jarry has missed the last 12 games and will suit up for the first time this postseason Friday. The 27-year-old enjoyed a strong regular season, going 34-18-6 with a 2.42 GAA and .919 save percentage through 58 games. However, he dropped three out of four games while posting a 2.61 GAA against the Rangers.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Could play in Game 7

    Jarry (foot) is a game-time decision for Sunday's Game 7 against the Rangers, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.

    Jarry, Louis Domingue and Alex D'Orio all participated in the team's optional morning skate Sunday, and though head coach Mike Sullivan wouldn't name his starting netminder, Jarry departed the ice first. Out with a broken foot since April 16, a span of 12 games, Jarry practiced in a full capacity Friday. However, it's hard to say if he'll get the nod to return in a high-stakes, hostile environment at Madison Square Garden for Game 7. We should know more once pregame warmups commence around 6:30 p.m. EDT.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Practices but remains out Friday

    Jarry (foot) participated in a full practice Friday morning but remains sidelined for Friday's Game 6.

    Jarry looks to be nearing a return from a foot injury that's kept him sidelined since April 14. Louis Domingue will start again for Pittsburgh in Game 6, though Jarry could be an option for Game 7 if necessary. The 27-year-old netminder posted a 34-18-6 record with a .919 save percentage during the regular season.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Progressing in recovery

    Jarry (foot) was on the ice for Wednesday's optional skate and is considered day-to-day but won't play against the Rangers in Game 5, Mike DeFabo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

    Jarry continues to make strides and might be an option should the series need a Game 6. While Louis Domingue has performed well for Pittsburgh, the 27-year-old Jarry should be considered a lock to reclaim his place in the crease whenever he is given the all-clear to return to action.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Not ready to play

    Jarry (foot) was once again limited to a solo practice session and won't be in the lineup against the Rangers on Monday, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.

    Until Jarry can be a full practice participant, fantasy players should be expecting Louis Domingue to continue to serve as the starter for Pittsburgh. Still, despite his extended absence, Jarry has already missed nine games dating back to the regular season, the 27-year-old netminder figures to immediately reclaim the No. 1 job for the Penguins once cleared to play.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Resumes skating

    Jarry skated Saturday for the first time since suffering a broken bone in his foot, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.

    Jarry won't be available for Saturday night's Game 3 against the Rangers, but if he's able to return to practice Sunday, a return to action Monday for Game 4 could be in the cards. In the meantime, look for Louis Domingue to operate as Pittsburgh's No. 1 option in goal.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Still not skating

    Jarry (foot) has yet to resume skating as of Thursday, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports.

    While Jarry has already been ruled out for Thursday's Game 2 matchup with the Rangers, the fact that he hasn't started skating yet doesn't bode well for his availability for Game 3 on Saturday either. With Casey DeSmith (lower body) also hurt, Pittsburgh will have to use third netminder Louis Domingue for the time being.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Will miss opening two games

    Jarry (foot) is considered day-to-day but won't be available for Games 1 and 2 versus the Rangers on Tuesday and Thursday, per The Athletic.

    As expected, Jarry won't be an option for the start of the playoffs after sustaining a broken foot, which means Casey DeSmith will be the man in the crease for the Black & Gold. If DeSmith wows during the first couple of games, it could make it even more difficult for Jarry to get back into the crease. Still, the 27-year-old Jarry should be in the mix to reclaim his spot between the pipes once cleared to play.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Dealing with broken foot

    Jarry has reportedly sustained a broken bone in his foot, explaining why he is considered week-to-week, Mike DeFabo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

    At this point, it's hard to imagine Jarry will be ready for Game 1 of the playoffs, which is a little more than two weeks away. In the meantime, Casey DeSmith figures to step in as the primary netminder for the Penguins while Louis Domingue serves as the No. 2 option. Even once cleared to play, coach Mike Sullivan could be hesitant to change things up if DeSmith is having postseason success.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Deemed week-to-week

    Jarry (lower body) is considered week-to-week, Josh Yohe of The Athletic reports.

    This is a major loss for the Penguins, as Jarry has operated as the team's No. 1 netminder throughout the season, going 34-18-6 while posting a respectable 2.42 GAA and .919 save percentage through 58 appearances. For now, Casey DeSmith will take over as Pittsburgh's No. 1 option in goal with Louis Domingue serving as his backup.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Sidelined with lower-body issue

    Jarry is dealing with a lower-body injury and won't travel with the team for Saturday's matchup with Boston, Pens Inside Scoop reports.

    Jarry played the full 60 minutes in Thursday's win over the Islanders, so it's not immediately clear when he picked up his lower-body issue. With Jarry unavailable, Pittsburgh will turn to Casey DeSmith versus the Bruins while Louis Domingue is set to be called up from the minors. Jarry's 34 wins mark a career-high for the 26-year-old netminder and his absence could severely hamper the team's chances of making a deep postseason run.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Snaps losing streak

    Jarry stopped 36 of 39 shots in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Islanders.

    Jarry's performance made the difference for Pittsburgh in its playoff-clinching win, as the Pens were outshot by the Islanders, 39-28. It also ended a five-game losing skid for the 26-year-old netminder, with his last win coming March 27. Despite his recent struggles, Jarry still owns a respectable .919 save percentage on the season.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Between pipes against Isles

    Jarry will tend the twine for Thursday's home clash with the Islanders.

    Jarry was forced to watch from the bench for the Penguins' last two contests while currently being mired in a five-game losing streak. During his current slump, the 26-year-old netminder posted a 3.51 GAA and .894 save percentage. If Jarry can secure the victory versus the Isles on Thursday, which would be his 34th of the year, it would lock in the Penguins' playoff spot.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Capsized by Washington

    Jarry turned aside 39 of 43 shots in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Capitals.

    Washington's final two goals were scored into an empty net. The Penguins looked good in the first period as they built a 3-2 lead, but both the offense and defense went cold over the final 40 minutes, leaving Jarry hung out to dry. The netminder has lost five straight starts and six of his last seven, posting a shaky 3.55 GAA and .894 save percentage over that stretch.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Facing Washington

    Jarry will guard the home goal during Saturday's matchup with the Capitals.

    Jarry was pretty solid in his last start Thursday against the Rangers, stopping 21 of 23 shots, but he ultimately came away with a loss due to a complete lack of goal support from his teammates. He'll try to snap his personal three-game losing streak in a tough home matchup with a Washington team that's 21-7-5 on the road this year.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Between pipes versus Rangers

    Jarry will tend the twine against the Rangers on the road Thursday, Josh Yohe of The Athletic reports.

    Jarry has lost two straight matchups with the Rangers, allowing a combined eight goals on 56 shots (.857 save percentage). In fact, the 26-year-old netminder has managed just one win in his previous five outings while posting a 3.72 GAA. Still, backup Casey DeSmith won't be unseating Jarry for the starting spot anytime soon, so the club will need Jarry to play his way back into top form.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: No help in loss at MSG

    Jarry allowed two goals on 23 shots in Thursday's 3-0 loss to the Rangers.

    After neither team managed to score in the first period, Frank Vatrano beat Jarry just 24 seconds into the second period. Artemi Panarin added an insurance tally later in the second, and neither team lit the lamp again until the Rangers put it away with an empty-netter. Jarry shut the Rangers out Feb. 26, but he has lost to them three times since March 27. Those three defeats are part of a broader slump that's seen Jarry post a 1-5-0 record over his last six starts.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Buried by Avalanche again

    Jarry gave up five goals on 31 shots in a loss to Colorado on Tuesday, his second straight defeat to the Avalanche.

    It's been a rough stretch of games for Jarry, as he is 1-4-0 in his last five contests along with a 3.72 GAA and .887 save percentage. Despite the recent slump, the defeats have come exclusively at the hands of the Avalanche and Rangers, both of which are playoff-bound clubs. Still, Pittsburgh will need the 26-year-old netminder to step up his game down the home stretch to avoid ending up in third or fourth in the Metro Division standings.

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  • Penguins' Tristan Jarry: First goalie off Tuesday

    Jarry was the first goalie to leave the ice at Tuesday's game-day skate, Seth Rorabaugh of TribLive.com reports, indicating he'll be in goal at home versus the Avs.

    Jarry was solid in his previous clash with Colorado as he conceded just three goals on 38 shots in a losing effort. The 26-year-old netminder has been struggling for wins of late with just one victory in his last four starts and will be hard-pressed to turn that around versus the Presidents' Trophy leading Avalanche.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 194 lbs
Birthplace: Surrey, BC
Age: 27
Experience: 5
Shoots: Left