Tristan Jarry has one foot in the boot, released “week after week”


Pittsburgh Penguins fans hoping to hear some good news regarding the unspecified lower-body injury that first-choice goaltender Tristan Jarry currently has, may just want to move on now.

As Chris Adamski explained for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Jarry was spotted Wednesday with his right foot “in what appeared to be a boot-like device,” and the 26-year-old needed “a device. similar to a wheeled scooter” to navigate the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan noted that Jarry is out “week in and week out,” which calls into question his status for at least the start of the next postseason tournament. The playoffs are scheduled to begin May 2.

“Tristan is going through a rehabilitation process right now,” Sullivan told reporters after Wednesday’s practice ahead of Thursday’s game against the Boston Bruins. “His status is week to week. We don’t know what that picture will look like (playoff outlook).”

Jarry suffered the injury in last Thursday’s 6-3 home win over the New York Islanders, presumably when he had his right leg slipped by Islanders forward Anders Lee in the third period of the game. victoire. Several people have since reported that Jarry had a broken bone in his foot:




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