This is the great return of Tristan Jarry
Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry will return to action in Monday's game against the New York Islanders.
Jarry has missed the last nine games with his team due to a lower body injury and his presence will certainly be welcomed. Prior to today's matchup, the “Pens” held the first pass of the teams drafted from the Eastern Association of the National Hockey League with 63 points. It was the same number as the Islanders.
This season, the Penguins' go-to man in goal has gone 16-5-5, a 2 goals-against average, 65 and an efficiency rating of .921. He fell in action at the Winter Classic on Jan. 2 at Fenway Park and missed the next seven games. The number 35 then played two games, including making 44 saves in a 4-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators on January 20, before finding himself on the sidelines again.