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Tristan Jarry Works Out On Ice Again, Gingerly



Andy Chiodo Tristan Jarry

Injured Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry was back on the ice at PPG Paints Arena this morning.

He worked out under the direction of goaltending coach Andy Chiodo for about a half-hour.

Jarry has not played since leaving the Winter Classic in Boston Jan. 2 late in the first period because of an unspecified “lower-body injury.”

He did skating drills exclusively during his on-ice session, and did not face any shots. He did not join the rest of the team for its scheduled 11 a.m. practice.

Three injured teammates — defenseman Jeff Petry and forwards Ryan Poehling and Josh Archibald — went on the ice about a half-hour before Jarry, but did not get involved in his workout. Or, for that matter, the regular practice.

Jarry also had skated Tuesday, before the Penguins’ optional game-day skate.

The Pittsburgh Penguins placed him on injured-reserve Wednesday, but the move was retroactive to Jan. 2, so Jarry is eligible to rejoin the lineup whenever it is determined he is healthy enough to do so.