Penguins re-sign goaltender Tristan Jarry with five-year, $26.9M deal

Tristan Jarry is returning to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The membership introduced Saturday that the goaltender has been signed to a brand new five-year deal value a complete of $26.875 million.

The contract has an AAV of $5.375 million.

Jarry has been the membership’s beginning netminder for the previous three seasons, because the departure of Matt Murray and Marc-Andre Fleury.

He’s excelled at instances, incomes two All-Star nods and a few Vezina votes, however has additionally struggled within the post-season, resulting in questions as as to if Pittsburgh would search for a brand new reply in internet as soon as Jarry’s contract with the crew was up.

As an alternative, new Penguins president Kyle Dubas has determined to deliver the 28-year-old again, the membership seemingly working it again with their Jarry-Casey DeSmith duo within the cage.

Jarry’s new deal brings a increase on the $3.5 million he earned for the previous three years. Over these three seasons, the netminder had a .913 save share and a 2.66 goals-against common, to go along with eight complete shutouts.

Within the post-season over that span, he has an .891 save share and a 3.00 goals-against common via eight playoff appearances.