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Penguins to seek veteran goaltender despite public support for Tristan Jarry?

The Penguins’ new brain trust threw their support behind goaltender Tristan Jarry after his struggles led to another early exit for the team this postseason. At least publicly, the Pens claimed that they still believed in the 25-year-old as their starter. In fact, they went so far as to say that adding size and physicality was their only objective this offseason. Behind closed doors, the conversation seems to have gone differently.
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Could the Penguins protect Casey DeSmith over Tristan Jarry?

We’re still a little ways out from the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft set to take place on July 21st where the league’s 32nd franchise, the Seattle Kraken, will fill out it’s inaugural roster with a player from each of the 31 other franchises. This year’s expansion draft has already been...
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Pittsburgh Penguins' Tristan Jarry focused on improving after playoff struggles

PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry doesn't plan to spend his summer moping about his rocky playoff performance. Jarry said Friday he's going to treat the offseason like every other, meaning he will take a few days off and then get back into training, hoping to be "the best version of myself" next year.

R1G6 Recap: Finishing blow; Tristan Jarry single-handedly eliminates Pens

UNIONDALE, NEW YORK – MAY 26: Kyle Palmieri #21 of the New York Islanders (L) celebrates his goal at 12:25 of the first period against Tristan Jarry #35 of the Pittsburgh Penguins and is joined by Travis Zajac #14 (R) in Game Six of the First Round of the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Nassau Coliseum on May 26, 2021 in Uniondale, New York. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Where do the Penguins and Tristan Jarry go from here?

Losing a playoff game stinks. Losing a playoff overtime game is a punch to the stomach. Losing a multiple OT playoff game is a shot below the belt. Losing a multiple OT playoff game on an avoidable, self-inflicted mistake is almost unbearable. But losing a multiple OT playoff game on...

Pat is Not Happy With Tristan Jarry – The Pat McAfee Show

On today’s episode of The Pat McAfee Show, pro bowler and former NFL punter of the Indianapolis Colts, Pat McAfee, breaks down some of the biggest stories from around the sports world. The Penguins fell to the New York Islanders in double overtime in last night’s playoff game, making the series 3-2 Islanders. Pat is not happy with Jarry’s performance in the second overtime. While Jarry had a rocky start to the playoffs, he redeemed himself the last few games, but he made several key mistakes last night that ultimately cost the Penguins the game.
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Penguins fans roast Tristan Jarry for choking away Game 5 in double overtime

Pittsburgh Penguins fans were furious at goalie Tristan Jarry, whose blunder allowed the New York Islanders to win Game 5 in double overtime. Remember when Washington Capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov was ridiculed by the masses for his egregious error that cost the team Game 3 against the Boston Bruins in double overtime. Well, he is officially off the hook, thanks to Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry.

Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Starting Game 6

Jarry will be between the pipes for Wednesday's must-win Game 6 on the road versus the Islanders, Wes Crosby of reports. Jarry should be motivated to put together a solid outing after his outrageous mistake in double OT let the Islanders take the series lead in Game 5 on Monday. If Casey DeSmith (lower body) was available, it's possible coach Mike Sullivan would have implemented a change in the crease but the Penguins will be Jarry or bust Wednesday.

Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Stationed between pipes Monday

Jarry will get the starting nod for Monday's Game 5 tilt at home with the Islanders, Matt Vensel of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Jarry has struggled so far this series, allowing 13 goals on 135 shots through four games. He's allowed four goals in all but one of those appearances. The 26-year-old won five of his six starts against the Islanders during the regular season but he'll enter Game 5 locked in a 2-2 series tie.

Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Costly overtime gaffe

Jarry allowed three goals on 28 shots in Monday's 3-2 double-overtime loss to the Penguins in Game 5. Jarry wandered out of his net to play the puck in the opening minute of the second overtime, but his attempted breakout pass went right to New York's Josh Bailey in the high slot, and Bailey buried it for the game-winner. It was a tough loss to swallow for Jarry and the Penguins, who outshot the Islanders 50-28. Jarry owns a 2.85 GAA and .902 save percentage in the series, but the latter mark has dipped below .900 in each of the last three contests.

Penguins' Tristan Jarry: Takes Game 4 loss

Jarry allowed four goals on 26 shots Saturday in a 4-1 loss to the Islanders in Game 4. Jarry had his share of bad luck in this one, with two New York goals going in off of the goaltender's own teammates, but he was also caught too deep inside his net on Josh Bailey's opening goal and was beaten cleanly on a Jordan Eberle point-blank chance in the third period. Jarry has given up four goals in three of the first four games of the series, posting a 3.04 GAA and .904 save percentage overall. Game 5 is set for Monday in Pittsburgh.

Penguins' Tristan Jarry: In goal for Game 4

Jarry will patrol the crease during Saturdays Game 4 versus the Islanders on the road, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports. Jarry wasn't great in Thursday's Game 3 against New York, surrendering four goals on 30 shots, but he was still able to come away with a win thanks to strong goal support from his teammates. The 26-year-old netminder will try to help the Penguins take a commanding 3-1 series lead over the Isles on Saturday.
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Penguins, goalie Tristan Jarry hold off Islanders, even NHL playoff series

May 19 (UPI) -- The Pittsburgh Penguins scored twice in the first period and netminder Tristan Jarry stymied the New York Islanders down the stretch in Game 2 to even the Stanley Cup Playoff series at 1-1. Right wing Bryan Rust and center Jeff Carter scored for the Penguins in the 2-1 win Tuesday at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. Jarry saved 37 of 38 shots to secure the Penguins victory in the first-round matchup.