Tristan Jarry’s Availability Tonight: Penguins’ Major Update on Star Goalie

The Pittsburgh Penguins have confirmed that Tristan Jarry will start as the netminder against the Buffalo Sabres. Jarry, a two-time All-Star, has been crucial to the Penguin’s success. His injury occurred during a game against Anaheim where he had to leave the game due to a cut near his eye. The injury happened when Jarry’s head collided with Ducks Adam Henrique, and despite the collision, he managed to stop the puck when Henrique attempted a rebound shot beneath him. Jarry was born in Surrey, British Columbia, and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. In December 2016, Tristan Jarry made his NHL debut with Pittsburgh and finally cemented himself as Pittsburgh’s starting goaltender during the 2019–20 season. He has a record of 121-65-20 in his career.