Tristan Jarry

The Proof Will Have to Be in the Pudding for the Blueshirts

The Metropolitan Division is going to be one to be reckoned with this upcoming season. The Carolina Hurricanes, last year’s division winners, are always a great team, even though they have struggled in the Stanley Cup playoffs. They are strong at all three positions and have one of the best coaches in the league in […]

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Penguins: Projecting the Outcome of Training Camp

Penguins training camp starts very soon, and this off-season will officially end.  The Penguins made a bit of a surprising move yesterday, signing forward Colin White to a professional tryout offer. He is the second player (fourth overall) to be signed to a PTO for camp.  Dubas has made it known this off-season that he […]

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Tristan Jarry in net for the Pittsburgh Penguins

The Problematic Pittsburgh Goaltending Situation

Coming into this offseason, the Pittsburgh Penguins organization had many decisions that needed to be made, not the least of which was what to do between the pipes. Their goaltending duo of Tristan Jarry and Casey DeSmith was average at best during the 2022-23 season, with injuries contributing largely to that struggle. Jarry was out […]

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Alex Nedeljkovic Fights off Calgary Flames as Member of the Red Wings

Can Nedeljkovic Replace DeSmith as the Penguins Backup Goaltender?

After missing the postseason for the first time in sixteen years, it was obvious this Penguins roster was destined for change. While making a splash to acquire reigning Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson, the Penguins also finally moved on from the Tristan Jarry and Casey DeSmith goaltending tandem.  After extending Tristan Jarry earlier in the […]

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Alex Nedeljkovic Signs & Tristan Jarry Re-Signs With Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins and goaltender Tristan Jarry have agreed to terms on a five-year contract extension worth $5.375 million annually. Jarry has been a solid goaltender for the Pittsburgh Penguins, and this contract is a result of his play. Second for goaltending in Pittsburgh is Alex Nedeljkovic, Nedeljkovic has agreed to a one-year contract worth […]

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Penguins Forward Ryan Poehling Skating Into Offensive-Zone With Puck

Today is Decision Day For Penguins Free Agents

The NHL Draft is over, and tomorrow is free agency. Today is the final off-day before all hell breaks lose tomorrow at noon. However, it’s not an off-day by any means for the Penguins.  By 5 p.m. today, the Penguins need to decide whether they want to extend qualifying offers to their restricted free agents.  […]

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Rumor: Penguins Looking to Move Petry, Interested In Kahkonen

Tonight is the NHL Draft, and we have already seen a bunch of different trades across the league in the past few days. Unfortunately (or fortunately), none of them has involved the Penguins. However, there is a lot of reason to believe that can change at any moment.  Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff listed Jeff […]

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The Detroit Red Wings Need to Add a Goaltender

The Detroit Red Wings are a young, up-and-coming team in the Eastern Conference who have taken steps in the right direction over the last couple of years. They were in the hunt for a wild card spot for much of last season but ended up missing the playoffs for the seventh straight year. Goaltending continues […]

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Bargain Bin: Jets, Senators, Panthers, Free Agency

The 2023 NHL Entry Draft in Nashville is just around the corner. There’s a ton of speculation surrounding around where certain players will be drafted. After the third overall pick, there’s no certainty about where players will be drafted. The draft is flooded with high-end talent, though there’s a ton of high-end talent available via […]

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Taking More Looks at What Dubas Should Do This Offseason

In my last article, I looked at some of the top targets for the Penguins that they could acquire either through trades or in free agency.  Today, I look at more likely moves that Kyle Dubas could make as the Pens’ interim GM, the player he should keep, and who the Penguins should take in […]

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