Jarry turned aside 31 shots in regulation and overtime and two of three shootout attempts in Friday's 4-3 win over the Rangers.
New York scored three goals in just over three minutes early in the second period to seize a two-goal lead, but Jarry maintained his focus and helped get Pittsburgh to extra time before looking good in the shootout to earn the extra point. After a rough start to the season, the 25-year-old looked more like the netminder who made Matt Murray expendable last year, and Jarry's spot as the Pens' No. 1 goalie still seems secure.
Jarry will get the starting nod at home against the Rangers on Friday, Pens Inside Scoop reports.
Jarry was pulled against the Flyers on Jan. 15 and then watched as Casey DeSmith started two games versus the Capitals. In his two outings, the 25-year-old Jarry has posted a sub-par 7.61 GAA and .727 save percentage, so he'll need to bounce back in order to stave off DeSmith.
Jarry gave up three goals on six shots before being replaced by Casey DeSmith in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Flyers.
The Pens' season-opening trip to Philadelphia was an absolute disaster for the team and especially for Jarry, who got beaten nine times in only 70 minutes of ice time, although most of those goals were a team effort. It's not clear which netminder will be in the crease Sunday against the Capitals, but the defense will need to play better to give Jarry a chance to start repairing his ratios whenever he next gets the nod.
Jarry will get the starting nod against the Flyers on the road Friday.
Jarry was shelled to the tune of six goals on 25 shots in the season opener versus Philadelphia. The Pens will clash with the Flyers again Friday, which will give the 25-year-old netminder a chance at redemption. Carter Hart will be at the other end of the ice.
Jarry stopped 19 shots in Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the Flyers.
The first two pucks to get past the 25-year-old came on first-period power plays, but the game really got away from Jarry in the third, when Philly beat him three times in a seven-minute stretch. It's not the way he wanted to start his first full season as the Pens' No. 1 netminder, but Jarry could get a chance at redemption in a rematch Friday.
Jarry will be guarding the home crease for Wednesday's Opening Night matchup with the Flyers, Jon Lane of NHL.com reports.
Jarry went 20-12-1 with a 2.43 GAA and three shutouts last season which earned him NHL All-Star honors. With Matt Murray shipped out in the offseason, the crease will belong to Jarry who figures to face minimal pressure from Casey DeSmtih for the starting job. If Pittsburgh is going to maintain its postseason streak, it will need Jarry to continue playing at an elite level this year.
Jarry signed a three-year, $10.5 million contract extension with the Penguins on Saturday.
Jarry emerged as the Penguins' No. 1 option in net this season, posting a 20-12-1 record while registering a 2.43 GAA, .921 save percentage and three shutouts. The 25-year-old backstop clearly outplayed Matt Murray, who will almost certainly be traded to another club this offseason. It remains to be seen if Jarry will be able to continue to play at a high level with a full season's workload as Pittsburgh's starter, but he'll get the opportunity to do so in 2020-21.
Jarry made 20 saves during Friday's 2-0 loss to the Canadiens in Game 4 of their Stanley Cup Qualifier.
Montreal's final goal was scored into an empty net. With the Penguins trying to stay alive in the playoffs, Jarry came up big in his first career postseason start, matching Carey Price stop for stop until the third period, when Artturi Lehkonen went wide and drew the 25-year-old out of position before banking the puck in off a Pittsburgh defender from behind the net. Jarry outplayed Matt Murray during the regular season, and he'll head into 2020-21 with a chance to take over the No. 1 job for the Penguins on a more permanent basis.
Jarry will get the starting nod for Friday's Game 4 clash with Montreal.
Jarry will be making his postseason debut in a must-win Game 4 for the Penguins. During the regular season, the 24-year-old stole the starting job away from Matt Murray by registering a 20-12-1 record with a 2.43 GAA and three shutouts in 33 appearances. If he can seal the victory for the team Friday, it will likely cement him as the No. 1 option going forward in the playoffs.
Jarry stopped seven shots against Philadelphia on Tuesday but gave up the game-winning goal in overtime.
Jarry took the reins during the second half and was stellar considering he came into the game cold. The goaltender certainly put forward his case to be named the No. 1 versus Montreal on Saturday, though Matt Murray put together an acceptable performance as well with 10 saves on 12 shots.
Jarry will defend the crease for the second half of Tuesday's exhibition versus the Flyers, Michelle Crechiolo of Pens Inside Scoop reports.
The fact that both netminders are going to see the ice likely means no final decision on the Game 1 starter versus Montreal has been made, though Matt Murray getting the nod Tuesday could be an indication of which direction the team is leaning. Still, a strong outing by Jarry could be enough to steal the No. 1 spot for Saturday's contest.
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.
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