NHL honors Jarry for play last week

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PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) – Tristan Jarry’s improvements through the first couple months of the season recognized today by the NHL.

The Pens goalie named the league’s Second Star for the week after going 3-0 with one shutout in games against the Jets, Canucks and Islanders.  Those three wins come from a .978 save percentage and 0.67 goals-against average.

The shutout of the Islanders was Jarry’s third of the season and last week the 26-year-old stopped 93 of 95 shots.  If you go back to November 18 th , you would add two more shutouts and Jarry has stopped 141 of the last 143 shots faced, a .986 save percentage.

In his second year as the full-time starter, Jarry is among the league leaders in all of the important NHL categories.
·     Shutouts-2nd with 3
·     Save percentage-3rd at .936
·     Goals-against average-3rd at 1.91
·     Saves-5th with 484 total

Pens are in Calgary tonight at 9p, Jarry has never lost in regulation in four career starts to the Flames.

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