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Rangers must continue to force pressure on Louis Domingue in Game 6

It’s amazing what can happen for the New York Rangers when quality shots are finally mustered — especially on a third string goaltender. One must give Pittsburgh credit from Game Four through the halfway point of Game Five; the Rangers found themselves trying to skate through wet cement in the neutral zone. Subsequently, they couldn’t execute a stretch pass and contended with a forecheck as aggressive as ever.
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Penguins' Louis Domingue: Yields four goals in loss

Domingue allowed four goals on 37 shots in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Rangers in Game 6. The fifth goal was an empty-netter. Domingue lost track of the puck on a Chris Kreider shot that deflected up off of the Penguins' goalie and into the net for the game-winning tally. In his five starts, Domingue has allowed at least four goals four times, including in each of the last two games, both losses. Still, Tristan Jarry (foot) isn't ready yet, and if that remains the case, Domingue will likely get the start Sunday in Game 7.
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Penguins' Louis Domingue: Slated to start

Per Andrew Gross of Newsday, Domingue was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, indicating he'll guard the home goal during Friday's Game 6 versus the Rangers. Domingue was a little shaky in Wednesday's Game 5 against New York, surrendering four goals on 33 shots en route to a 5-3 defeat. The 30-year-old backstop will try to bounce back and help the Penguins advance to the second round by shooting for his fourth win of the postseason in a rematch with the same Rangers squad Friday.
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HC Gerard Gallant: Rangers need more shots on Penguins' Louis Domingue in Game 5

The New York Rangers probably never would've guessed one week ago they'd be in this position had they known at that time the Pittsburgh Penguins would be without All-Star goalie Tristan Jarry through the opening four games of the first-round playoff series and without backup Casey DeSmith for over three contests.
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Penguins' Louis Domingue: Allows four in Game 5 loss

Domingue stopped 29 of 33 shots in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Rangers. Domingue kept the Rangers off the scoresheet in the first period but allowed three goals within three minutes in the second en route to the loss. The 30-year-old goaltender will be back in goal Friday as the Penguins look to close out the series in Game 6.
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Penguins' Louis Domingue: Looking to close out series

Domingue will draw the start on the road in Wednesday's Game 5 versus the Rangers, Seth Rorabaugh of TribLive.com reports. Domingue has won three of the four games in this series, and he'll look to close things out Wednesday. Domigue has allowed 11 goals on 117 shots for a .906 save percentage, but he's received solid support from the Penguins on home ice in the previous two games.
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Penguins' Louis Domingue: Tending twine Monday

Domingue will start Game 4 at home against the Rangers on Monday. Domingue is 1-1-0 over his last two starts while stopping 67 of 76 shots. The 30-year-old has posted a .903 save percentage in three appearances this postseason. Until Tristan Jarry (foot) is able to return, Domingue should handle the goaltending duties.
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Penguins' Louis Domingue: Earns win in Game 4

Domingue stopped 22 of 24 shots in Monday's 7-2 win over the Rangers. Pittsburgh's offense did most of the work in the win, but Domingue was solid, allowing just two goals on 24 shots. The Penguins' third-string netminder has performed admirably filling in for Tristan Jarry (foot) and Casey DeSmith (lower body). Domingue has a .906 save percentage through the first four games of the series with Pittsburgh a win away from advancing.
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Penguins hanging tough - and winning - with Louis Domingue

Louis Domingue unexpectedly got thrown into a double overtime game for the Penguins in Game 1, and managed to stop everything he saw until the Pens could score a goal. That’s a good enough Disney-style unlikely story of the performance of a lifetime. But NHL playoff series aren’t one...
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Penguins to start Louis Domingue in Game 3 vs. Rangers after Casey DeSmith surgery

The Rangers will see more of Louis Domingue — the Penguins’ third-string goalie — as their tied first-round playoff series shifts to Pittsburgh for Game 3 on Saturday. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan announced Friday that backup goalie Casey DeSmith will miss the remainder of the postseason after undergoing core muscle surgery that morning. DeSmith departed Pittsburgh’s triple-overtime victory in Game 1 during the second extra session. Starting netminder Tristan Jarry has been sidelined since mid-April with a broken foot. “I haven’t even really had an opportunity to speak to Casey at this point. It all happened fairly quickly,” Sullivan told reporters after...
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Penguins' Mike Sullivan: Louis Domingue 'excited about the opportunity' to start

Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Louis Domingue probably didn't envision himself in his current role about a month ago. With All-Star starting goalie Tristan Jarry out since April 14 because of a reported right foot injury, Domingue began the first-round postseason series against the New York Rangers as the backup to Casey DeSmith. The situation changed, however, when DeSmith suffered what was, at the time, an unknown lower-body injury in the second overtime period of Tuesday's Game 1 at Madison Square Garden.
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Pittsburgh Penguins stand by 'solid' Louis Domingue, focusing on playing 'better' in Game 3 vs. New York Rangers

NEW YORK -- Goalie Louis Domingue was the hero of the Pittsburgh Penguins' Game 1 win, stopping all 17 shots he faced after entering the game during the second overtime. But Thursday night in Game 2, there were no storybook endings -- just a 5-2 loss to the New York Rangers to even their Eastern Conference opening-round series at 1-1. Domingue gave up five goals on 40 shots. It was his first career playoff start, necessitated by injuries to regular-season starting goalie Tristan Jarry (broken foot) and Casey DeSmith, the team's Game 1 starter whom Domingue replaced in double overtime after DeSmith left with a lower-body injury.
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Louis Domingue Will Start Game 2

"He's an NHL goalie, he's played a significant amount of games at this level, and he's shown an ability to have success," head coach Mike Sullivan said. "Depth in all the positions is so critically important at this time of year. We're living it right now. That's the importance of that No. 3 goalie.
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