Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Louis Domingue was candid about his fallen confidence during training camp. He rebounded from that and seemed on the verge of earning a solid look at the NHL level in his first season with the club before a setback that might have sent anyone’s confidence spinning.
And yet there was Domingue Tuesday, talking about his situation in a relaxed, upbeat manner.
“It’s been a very positive year so far, and I’m looking forward to it continuing,” Domingue said.
Brought in this season to be the No. 3 goaltender in the organization, Domingue now sits at No. 2 behind Casey DeSmith. That’s because top goalie Tristan Jarry is out on what the team calls a week to week basis with what is believed to be a foot injury, possibly a broken bone.