Jarry made 31 saves in a 4-3 loss to Philadelphia on Thursday.
His mates gave him an early 3-0 lead and then they buckled when Philly scored four straight. Jarry's game took a while to warm up this year, but he appears to have stabilized the Pens' blue paint with 6-3 record in his last nine starts.
Jarry will get the starting nod for Thursday's home clash with the Flyers.
Jarry is coming off a dominating performance against Philadelphia in which he racked up 40 saves on 42 shots (.952 save percentage) to seal the win over the cross-state rivals. After a tough start to the season, the 25-year-old netminder has posted a 5-1-0 record and 2.13 GAA in his previous six appearances. While backup Casey DeSmith has done well when called upon, Jarry figures to remain the preferred option between the pipes the rest of the way and should see the bulk of the workload.
Jarry turned aside a season-high 40 shots in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Flyers.
Jarry continued his recent run of solid goaltending with arguably his best performance of the season. He earned his fifth victory in his last six starts, and the lone setback during that time was a 30-save effort in Washington on Feb. 25. It took Jarry a couple of weeks to find his game, but he's turned in a fine .921 save percentage since the start of February. Jarry and the Penguins will host the Flyers again Thursday and Saturday.
Jarry will get the starting nod at home versus the Flyers on Tuesday.
In Jarry's previous five contests, he has posted a 4-1-0 record and 2.16 GAA but struggles in his prior two matchups with Philadelphia. In those outings, the 25-year-old netminder was shelled to the tune of nine goals allowed on 33 shots (.727 save percentage). The British Columbia native will also be without star Sidney Crosby (COVID-19 protocol), which certainly won't improve his chances of securing a win Thursday.
Jarry made 24 saves in a 4-3 overtime win over the Islanders on Saturday.
It's Jarry's fourth win in five games. After a 2-4-1 start, he is 5-2 in his last seven starts. His game has picked up after those earlier struggles, but Jarry still sports a 3.14 GAA and .894 save percentage overall (14 starts). Improvement is improvement, so let's hope it continues.
Jarry will guard the road net in Saturday's game versus the Islanders.
Jarry is back on track after a shaky start, as he's 4-2-0 with a .928 save percentage over the past six games. This will be his fourth start against the Islanders in February, and he's recorded a .932 save percentage and a 2-1-0 record against them.
Jarry stopped 30 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Capitals on Thursday.
Jarry and the Penguins trailed just 1-0 after 40 minutes, but Washington goals from T.J. Oshie and Tom Wilson, plus a pair of empty-netters by Carl Hagelin and Lars Eller, put the game away for the Capitals. The loss snapped Jarry's three-game winning streak. He'll have a chance to get back on track Saturday and Sunday against the Islanders.
Jarry will protect the road net in Thursday's game versus the Capitals, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
Jarry has reclaimed the throne as Pittsburgh's No. 1 goalie, as he's registered a .932 save percentage and a 4-1-0 record over the last five games. In that stretch, he's gone 2-1-0 against the Capitals with a .916 save percentage.
Jarry kicked out 20 shots Tuesday in a 3-2 overtime win over the Capitals.
Jarry has started five straight games for the Penguins, winning four of them. The 25-year-old endured a rocky couple of weeks to start the season, but he's settled in with a .932 save percentage during his current five-game stretch. Jarry might get a breather for Thursday's rematch with the Capitals, but fantasy managers can now go back to starting him with confidence.
Jarry will patrol the crease in Tuesday's road clash with the Capitals, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports.
Jarry will be making his fifth straight start, having posted a 3-1-0 record and 2.27 GAA in his prior four outings. After a difficult start to the season, the 25-year-old netminder seems to have righted the ship and gotten closer to the 2019-20 form that saw him named to the NHL All-Star Game. Still, the British Columbia native has only faced Alex Ovechkin and Co. twice in his young career and will no doubt be tested early and often Tuesday.
Jarry stopped 33 of 35 shots in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Islanders.
Jarry made it back-to-back wins versus the Isles with his performance, marking the first time all season he's registered consecutive regulation victories. After a choppy start to the year, the 25-year-old is settling into a nice groove with a .945 save percentage over his last three starts, turning aside 30-plus shots in all three. He's probably safe to grab off the waiver wire if an impatient manager dropped him after the slow start.
Jarry will guard the home goal during Saturday's game versus the Islanders, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.
Jarry was sharp in Thursday's game versus the Isles, stopping 31 of 32 shots en route to a comfy 4-1 victory. He'll look to fare similarly in Saturday's rematch with the same Islanders squad.
Jarry kicked out 31 of 32 shots in a 4-1 win over the Islanders on Thursday.
It's been an uneven season for Jarry, but the 25-year-old seems to be settling in of late with wins in two of his last three starts and a .933 save percentage during that stretch. His only blemish Thursday was a Brock Nelson power-play tap-in late in the third period, which kept Jarry from his first shutout of the season. Still, the performance marked the first time all year Jarry held an opponent to fewer than two goals, and it was just the second time he's allowed fewer than three goals.
Jarry will get the starting nod at home against the Islanders on Thursday.
Jarry will be making his third straight start after giving up six goals on 73 shots (.918 save percentage) in his previous two outings. In his lone clash with the Islanders this year, the 25-year-old netminder underwhelmed, conceding four goals in a losing effort. If Jarry can put together a strong performance Thursday, it could see him return to being the preferred choice between the pipes for coach Mike Sullivan.
Jarry made a season-high 39 saves in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to Washington.
It would be difficult to lay any blame at the feet of Jarry, who was bested by wrist shots from high-danger scoring areas in close on all three Washington goals. Regardless, Jarry has managed to hold his opponent to fewer than three goals only once in eight starts this season, resulting in a leaky 3.74 GAA and .875 save percentage. Both of those marks are in stark contrast to the 2.43 and .921 he posted over 33 appearances a season ago. Leave him on your bench or on the waiver wire until he shows signs of elevating his performance.
Jarry will get the starting nod at home versus Washington on Tuesday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
Jarry stopped 28 of 31 shots in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Capitals and will look to carry that momentum forward into Tuesday's tilt. With Casey DeSmith (illness) expected to be healthy enough to back up Jarry against Washington, the goaltending duo could be in line to share the crease moving forward.
Jarry turned aside 28 shots in a 6-3 win over Washington on Sunday.
The Capitals welcomed second-line center Evgeny Kuznetsov (COVID-19 protocol) back to their already-high-scoring lineup, but Jarry and the Penguins did a decent job of keeping Washington in check. Jarry made 22 stops at even-strength and added six more while shorthanded, snapping his three-game winless skid (0-2-1). His overall numbers (3.82 GAA, .864 save percentage) remain rough, but Jarry will get a shot at back-to-back wins -- something he's done only once this season -- if Casey DeSmith (illness) remains unavailable for Tuesday's rematch.
Jarry will patrol the crease in Sunday's home matchup against the Capitals.
Jarry will get his first start against Washington this season, as Casey DeSmith started both of the previous matchups. Jarry has gotten off to a slow start this season, accumulating a 2-4-1 record to go along with a 3.95 GAA and .857 save percentage. The 25-year-old will face a stiff test against the No. 2 scoring offense in the league in terms of goals per game this campaign (3.58).
Jarry stopped 22 of 26 shots Saturday in a 4-3 loss to the Islanders.
Jarry and the Penguins held a 3-2 lead early in the third period, but consecutive goals by Cal Clutterbuck and Anders Lee sent Jarry to his second loss in a row. Pittsburgh traded away longtime No.1 starter Matt Murray in the offseason with the intention of handing the reins to Jarry, but so far the 25-year-old hasn't responded. He's 2-4-1 with a bloated 3.95 GAA and an .857 save percentage and will likely continue to split time with Casey DeSmith until one of them separates from the other.
Jarry will guard the road net in Saturday's game versus the Islanders, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports.
It's been a tough start to the year for Jarry, as he's 2-3-1 with an .859 save percentage. Casey DeSmith has started the last two games, but Jarry will have a chance to get back on track Saturday. The Islanders are on a five-game losing streak, as their defense has fallen apart and they've averaged just two goals per game in that stretch.
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|03/04||vs PHI||L 3-4||1||4||31||35|
|03/02||vs PHI||W 5-2||1||2||40||42|
|02/27||@ NYI||W 4-3 (OT)||1||3||24||27|
|02/25||@ WAS||L 2-5||1||3||30||33|
|02/23||@ WAS||W 3-2 (OT)||1||2||20||22|
|02/20||vs NYI||W 3-2||1||2||33||35|
|02/18||vs NYI||W 4-1||1||1||31||32|
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