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PensBurgh Dec 11, 2019
Thoughts on Thoughts: Alex Galchenyuk’s name hits the national rumor mill

Thoughts on Thoughts: Alex Galchenyuk’s name hits the national rumor mill

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Digging into the Pens’ related notes in Elliotte Friedman’s 31 thoughts column A couple of interesting Penguins items in Elliotte Friedman’s latest 31 Thoughts, so let’s dive in an think about them from a local perspective. 2. I’m not convinced Toronto’s going to alter its backup situation. They just don’t seem enamoured with what’s out there. Tristan Jarry’s gone from potential trade target to Pittsburgh record-holder, with a shutout streak of 177:15 ended by the Canadiens. Until a long-term decision is made with Matt Murray, will the...
The Hockey Writers Dec 10, 2019

Canadiens End Jarry’s Shutout Streak, Race past Penguins 4-1

PITTSBURGH — Tomas Tatar’s 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry’s franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night. Jarry’s shutout run ended at 177:15 on Tatar’s power-play goal 12:24 into the second period that tied the game. Joel Armia beat Jarry less […] The post Canadiens End Jarry’s Shutout Streak, Race past Penguins 4-1 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
CBC News Dec 10, 2019
Canadiens end Jarry's shutout streak, race past Penguins

Canadiens end Jarry's shutout streak, race past Penguins

Tomas Tatar's 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry's franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.
Penguins fall to Canadiens despite Tristan Jarry's record-setting night

Penguins fall to Canadiens despite Tristan Jarry's record-setting night

Jarry established the longest shutout streak in team history Tuesday, but the Penguins lost, 4-1.
PensBurgh Dec 10, 2019
Penguins/Canadiens Recap: Poor second period dooms Pittsburgh in 4-1 loss

Penguins/Canadiens Recap: Poor second period dooms Pittsburgh in 4-1 loss

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via The Pens give up three straight goals in the second period and end up dropping the game 4-1 to the Montreal Canadiens Lineups Here’s how the Penguins look for the game, same lineup as Saturday night, with the exception of Tristan Jarry back in net looking to extend his 2+ game shutout streak. "Your focus determines your reality." -Qui-Gon Jinn#LetsGoPens pic.twitter.com/qYJN0dSTTO— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) December 10, 2019 And here’s how the Canadiens will be: La formation projetée du match de ce soir face aux Penguins.The projected...
Eyes On The Prize Dec 10, 2019
[Highlight] Tomas Tatar fools Tristan Jarry with a flubbed shot

[Highlight] Tomas Tatar fools Tristan Jarry with a flubbed shot

Photo by Bruce Bennett/ Phillip Danault fought to hold the puck in, and some poor contact with the puck allowed Tatar to score. Well it was nice that Tristan Jarry was able to set the Pittsburgh Penguins’ franchise shutout mark, but it’s even nicer that the Canadiens didn’t go the whole game without scoring. A great effort by Phillip Danault leads to Tomas Tatar snapping Tristan Jarry's shutout streak pic.twitter.com/iTZ1Q5daCB— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 11, 2019
The Hockey Writers Dec 9, 2019

John Carlson, Tristan Jarry, Jack Eichel Named NHL 3 Stars of the Week

NEW YORK — Washington Capitals defenceman John Carlson, Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry and Buffalo Sabres centre Jack Eichel have been named the NHL’s three stars of the week.  Carlson had three goals and three assists in three games to propel the Capitals (22-4-5, 49 points) to a perfect week and into first place in the […] The post John Carlson, Tristan Jarry, Jack Eichel Named NHL 3 Stars of the Week appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
PensBurgh Dec 9, 2019
Tristan Jarry named NHL’s 2nd Star of the Week

Tristan Jarry named NHL’s 2nd Star of the Week

Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via The Penguins goaltender had an impressive week and earned some recognition Along with Capitals defenseman John Carlson and Sabres center Jack Eichel, Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry was named in the NHL’s Three Stars of the Week SECOND STAR – TRISTAN JARRY, G, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Jarry stopped all 61 shots he faced across two appearances, compiling a 2-0-0 record and two shutouts to help the Penguins (17-9-4, 38 points) earn three wins and move into the first Wild Card position in the Eastern Conference. Jarry made 28 saves for his third...
Last Word on Hockey Dec 9, 2019
There Is No Controversy With The Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending

There Is No Controversy With The Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending

There is a new narrative floating around and its focusing on the Pittsburgh Penguins goaltending. The conversation is eerily reminiscent of the days when Matt Murray was battling for the starting position against Marc-Andre Fleury. These days, fans are quick to dismiss Murray's talents and wail for Tristan Jarry to take his place between the pipes. Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending is Fine Matt Murray's Not-So-Hot Start It seems like it happens every year. Murray gets injured or has a bad spell of games and there are people running around calling for his head on a platter. The cries of "they...
PensBurgh Dec 8, 2019
Keeping up with the Metropolitans: Week 10

Keeping up with the Metropolitans: Week 10

Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via Tristan Jarry had a week to remember, the Caps cruise through Cali and the Metro mostly stayed the same last week. Check out how it all went down! Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via The Penguins began the month of December in tremendous fashion. Tristan Jarry will certainly remember the way this week started for the Penguins and himself. Pittsburgh kicked off December with a rematch against the Cup champs in Pittsburgh on Wednesday night with Jarry in net. What a difference a week makes as the Penguins had...
The Hockey Writers Dec 6, 2019

Penguins Ride Jarry to 2-0 Win over Coyotes in Kessel’s Return

PITTSBURGH — Tristan Jarry spoiled Phil Kessel’s return to Pittsburgh, turning aside all 33 shots to post his second consecutive shutout as the Penguins edged the Arizona Coyotes 2-0 Friday night. Kessel helped Pittsburgh to back-to-back Stanley Cup titles in 2016 and 2017 before being traded to the Coyotes in exchange for Alex Galchenyuk last […] The post Penguins Ride Jarry to 2-0 Win over Coyotes in Kessel’s Return appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Sportsnet.ca Dec 6, 2019
Penguins ride Jarry to win over Coyotes in Kessel’s return

Penguins ride Jarry to win over Coyotes in Kessel’s return

Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry wasn’t so hospitable, turning aside all 33 shots he faced, including three from Kessel, to lift Pittsburgh to a 2-0 victory. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Coyotes fall to Penguins in Phil Kessel's return to Pittsburgh

Coyotes fall to Penguins in Phil Kessel's return to Pittsburgh

Tristan Jarry spoiled Phil Kessel's return to Pittsburgh, turning aside all 33 shots as the Penguins edged the Arizona Coyotes 2-0 Friday night.        
PensBurgh Dec 6, 2019
Penguins/Coyotes Recap: Jarry shines and Malkin’s goal sends Pens to win

Penguins/Coyotes Recap: Jarry shines and Malkin’s goal sends Pens to win

Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via Evgeni Malkin scores in the third period and Tristan Jarry allows no goals at all, and that adds up to a winning 2-0 formula for the Pens over Arizona Lineups The Penguins get three, THREE returns to the lineup from injury/illness with Bryan Rust, Justin Schultz and Jack Johnson are all back. Tristan Jarry starts again, only natural coming off his shutout win against St. Louis last game. A couple of fresh faces have returned to the lineup! #LetsGoPens pic.twitter.com/TaUby1HmUv— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) December 6, 2019 And the...
PensBurgh Dec 5, 2019
Pens Points: Wednesday Night Revenge

Pens Points: Wednesday Night Revenge

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Tristan Jarry and the Penguins deliver payback with 3-0 shutout of the Blues in national spotlight. Just three days removed from taking a beating in St. Louis, the Penguins delivered a measure of revenge on the Blues Wednesday night with a 3-0 shutout victory. Teddy Blueger, Stefan Noesen, and Alex Galchenyuk did the scoring while Tristan Jarry kept the kitchen closed all night long to help the Pens get back in the win column. [Pensburgh] Drink your coffee and catch up on the news with today’s Pens Points... Last season was a struggle for Evgeni Malkin...

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