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Jarry Update: Goalie Seen on Scooter, Foot in Protection

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Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry was ruled out week-to-week after suffering a lower-body injury in a 6-3 win over the New York Rangers last Thursday. Rumor abounded the following morning that Jarry suffered a significant injury or broken bone to his right foot.

Wednesday morning, those rumors were indirectly confirmed at the Penguins team picture directly witnessed by PHN.

Jarry was unable to skate onto the ice and was pushed into position. Defenseman Chad Ruhwedel similarly ushered him off the ice, seated in a folding chair, until Jarry could get to a waiting scooter back to the Penguins locker room.

He also had undetermined protective support or a boot on his foot.

In 56 starts, Tristan Jarry was 34-18-6 with a 9.19 save percentage and 2.42 GAA.

On Saturday afternoon, Casey DeSmith started in Jarry’s absence against the Boston Bruins. DeSmith gave up two goals in the first two minutes but didn’t allow another goal in the Pittsburgh Penguins’ 2-1 loss.

DeSmith will be backed up by Louis Domingue, who signed as a free agent last summer to be the Penguins’ third goalie. Domingue has 141 games of NHL experience and made one start for the Penguins this season. He stopped 40 of 41 shots in an OT win over the San Jose Sharks on Jan. 15.

However, Domingue also suffered a broken bone in his foot two days later during a morning skate. He was not activated until March 7, just over six weeks later.

The NHL playoffs are set to begin May 2, about three weeks from Jarry’s injury.

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Wasnt
26 days ago

Wait….Pens beat the Rangers. Relax, I know I know

Ed Andrews
Ed Andrews
26 days ago
Reply to  Wasnt

LOL, Fla looks unbeatable right now

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Ed Andrews
Ed Andrews
26 days ago

Domingue was pretty clutch for the lightning when Vasi went down i know that was a couple of years ago, but it seems like Jarry will be out for the whole playoffs, I broke a bone in my Right foot and it was about 7 weeks and i am no athlete unless you consider video games LOL

RYAN
RYAN
25 days ago
Reply to  Dan Kingerski

Dan…so I’m getting the Vibe he’s done and they just won’t say it?…what say you?

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Paul
Paul
25 days ago

My cup is half full. The All-Star goalie has more time to cut commercials with the Ol’ Two-Niner now.

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