Tristan Jarry records sixth career NHL shutout

Tristan Jarry (Michael Miller, Wikimedia Commons)

Tristan Jarry of Surrey, British Columbia recorded his sixth career National Hockey League shutout on Sunday. The fifth-year netminder made 30 saves in a 1-0 Pittsburgh Penguins win over the Boston Bruins at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania.

Jarry made 10 saves in the first period, eight saves in the second period and 12 saves in the third period. David Pastrnak of Havirov, Czech Republic, and Craig Smith of Madison, Wisconsin led the Bruins with four shots on goal each.

The Penguins scored the lone goal of the game at 4:03 of the third period. That is when Jake Guentzel of Omaha, Nebraska scored from two-time Canadian Olympic gold medalist Sidney Crosby of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia and Brian Dumoulin of Biddeford, Maine. Crosby won the gold medal for Canada in men’s hockey at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver and the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

This was Jarry’s first shutout of the season. So far in 2020-21, he has a record of 21 wins, eight regulation losses, three losses in extra time, a goals against average of 2.70, and a save percentage of .911.

The Penguins currently lead the East Division with 67 points. They have a record of 32 wins, 14 regulation losses, and three losses in extra time, and have one more point than the second-place Washington Capitals.

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