Jarry turned aside 30 shots in Sunday's 6-2 loss to the Hurricanes.
Pittsburgh took a 2-1 lead into the second period but it was all Carolina from there, and Jarry could do little to stem the tide. The 24-year-old has now coughed up 11 goals in his last two starts and 18 in his last four, losing all of them, and while the Pens' defensive zone play has more to do with that rough patch than Jarry's own performance, it's still giving Matt Murray a golden opportunity to reclaim the No. 1 job in net.
Jarry will draw the home start for Sunday's afternoon matchup with Carolina.
The 24-year-old will get his first start since Feb. 29, where he stopped 27 of 32 shots in a 5-0 loss to San Jose. In his past five starts, Jarry has gone 2-3-0 along with a 3.01 GAA and .901 save percentage. He'll likely be busy in net Sunday, as the Hurricanes sit third in the league in shots per game this campaign (33.2).
Jarry gave up five goals on 32 shots in a 5-0 loss to the Sharks on Saturday.
The Penguins' skid reached six games as a team, and their offense hit a new low. Jarry suffered his third straight defeat, falling to 20-11-1 with a 2.31 GAA and a .924 save percentage through 32 appearances. Expect head coach Mike Sullivan to keep rotating Jarry and Matt Murray evenly -- the two netminders have alternated for the last 12 contests.
Jarry will be in goal for Saturday's road game in San Jose, Matt Vensel of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Jarry is looking to get back on track after dropping back-to-back starts. Prior to losing two in a row, the Penguins' netminder had reeled off four straight wins. The Sharks reside near the bottom of the standings, so on paper, this is a great matchup for the 24-year-old netminder.
Jarry gave up two goals on 22 shots in Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the Kings.
Jarry has now lost his last two starts after a recent four-game winning streak. The 24-year-old fell to 20-10-1 with a 2.23 GAA and a .927 save percentage through 31 appearances. Jarry should get one more start on the Penguins' road trip -- either Friday in Anaheim or Saturday in San Jose.
Jarry will get the road start Wednesday against the Kings.
Jarry was lit up by the Sabres in his last start, yielding five goals on 26 shots, but he won four straight with a .941 save percentage before that letdown. The Kings have shown flashes this year but are still young and have averaged 2.71 goals per home game this year -- 27th in the league.
Jarry made 21 saves in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Sabres.
Buffalo lit the lamp just 14 seconds into the game, setting the tone on a rough afternoon for Jarry. The loss snapped his four-game winning streak, but on the season the 24-year-old still boasts a razor-sharp 2.23 GAA and .927 save percentage.
Jarry will guard the cage during Saturday's home game against the Sabres.
Jarry has been fantastic in the month of February, snatching three straight wins while posting a highly impressive 1.67 GAA and .953 save percentage. The 24-year-old backstop will look to keep rolling in a favorable home matchup with a Buffalo squad that's 9-15-4 on the road this year.
Jarry made 34 saves in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs.
The Pens staked him to a 5-0 lead in the second period before Jarry finally got solved by Auston Matthews. The 24-year-old goalie has won four straight starts to bring him up to 20 on the season, and Jarry now sports a dazzling 2.13 GAA and .931 save percentage.
Jarry was the first goalie off the ice Tuesday, Sam Kasan of Pens Inside Scoop reports, indicating he will get the starting nod at home against Toronto.
Jarry is riding a three-game winning streak during which he has posted a 1.99 GAA and .940 save percentage. With both netminders rolling, coach Mike Sullivan figures to continue splitting the workload down the stretch, which could set up Matt Murray to take on Toronto on the road Thursday.
Jarry stopped 34 shots in Friday's 4-1 win over the Canadiens.
The Pens' offense didn't get rolling until the second period, but Jarry made sure the club wasn't in a hole before then with a strong performance. The 24-year-old has won three straight starts, and on the season he's now 19-8-1 with a stellar 2.14 GAA and .930 save percentage.
Jarry will guard the home goal Friday versus the Canadiens, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports.
Jarry and Matt Murray have settled into a timeshare between the pipes with the pair playing at similar levels. Jarry has collected wins in each of his last two starts and will aim to extend it to three versus a Habs team that has been tough on the road, netting 3.30 goals per game -- good for fifth best in the league.
Jarry made 33 saves in a 3-2 win over the Panthers on Saturday.
He was sharp, which goes a long way -- Jarry has been just OK in 2020 and Matt Murray is pushing him again for starts. The young goalie has now won two straight and has delivered individual game save percentages of at least .931 in two of the last three starts. The upswing is in process.
Jarry will protect the road goal Saturday versus the Panthers, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports.
Matt Murray has made the last two starts, but Jarry will get back in the blue paint Saturday. Jarry's hot performance from earlier in the season has tapered off a bit, as he's posted a .906 save percentage and 4-3-1 record in 2020. He'll have his hands full in this matchup, as the Panthers rank third with 3.89 goals per home game.
Jarry stopped 27 shots in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Flyers.
The Pens grabbed a 3-1 lead with three goals in just over seven minutes during the second period, but Jarry couldn't make it stick and needed Sidney Crosby to bail him out in OT. The 24-year-old netminder hasn't been as sharp as he was earlier in the season, and he'll wrap up January with a 4-3-1 record, 2.84 GAA and .906 save percentage through eight starts.
Jarry was the first goalie off the ice Friday, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports, indicating he'll get the start versus the Flyers at home.
Jarry went 3-2-0 with a 2.77 GAA in his last five outings prior to the All-Star break. The 24-year-old has racked up 16 wins in 25 appearances this year and has taken over the No. 1 job in the Steel City. Looking ahead to the rest of the season, Jarry will need to continue to be at peak form in order to stave off Matt Murray.
Jarry allowed two goals on 29 shots in a 3-0 loss to the Flyers on Tuesday.
The Flyers broke through with a pair of goals in the second period to break a scoreless tie. Jarry played pretty well, but the Penguins couldn't solve Brian Elliott, and Philadelphia added an empty-netter. Jarry heads into the All-Star break on a two-game losing streak, but he still leads the league with a .929 save percentage. He is also 16-8-1 with a 2.16 GAA and three shutouts this season.
Jarry will get the starting nod versus the Flyers on the road Tuesday, Sam Kasan of Pens Inside Scoop reports.
Jarry has given up three goals in each of his last six outings yet still managed to earn a 3-2-1 record. The netminder was given an extra night off, as Matt Murray took the crease versus Boston on Sunday. At this point, the 24-year-old Jarry should still be considered the No. 1 option in Pittsburgh, but a five-game winning streak for Murray could muddy the water coming out of the All-Star break.
Jarry made 26 saves in a 4-1 loss to Boston on Thursday night.
The loss snapped his three-game winning streak. Jarry allowed three goals, the same number he has given up in each of his six starts in 2020. He's 3-2-1 in that span. Jarry isn't about to give up the starter's reins to Matt Murray, so keep him rolling.
Jarry will start between the pipes Thursday in Boston.
Jarry has allowed exactly three goals in each of his last five outings, netting him a 3-1-1 record over that span. He may need to turn in a better effort than that to extend his three-game winning streak, squaring off against a Bruins squad allowing just 2.46 goals per game on home ice.
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