It is the primary question on the lips of most Pittsburgh Penguins fans. The concern is less about when Sidney Patrick Crosby will return to the lineup, or which bargain winger the Penguins may scoop off the trade market, but more about which goalie is the Penguins undisputed No. 1 goalie, Tristan Jarry or Matt Murray?
Like a good quarterback controversy (not the Duck vs. Rudolph variety), the tribe has circled and wants a victor. And everyone has an opinion, though in this case, the opinions are not varied. Penguins backup Tristan Jarry is the clear favorite to assume the everyday Penguins goaltending chores.
And why shouldn’t he be the popular choice? He only leads the NHL in save percentage (.938), and goals-against-average (1.86).
But the situation is never as simple as it seems. So what should the Penguins do with their goaltending situation?