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Sunday, November 28, 2021

Jets faced 3rd-constant loss as Jarry lingers hot to support Penguins

Key takeaways: 

  • Winnipeg’s Toninato scores alone goal as Pittsburgh wins 3rd continuous triumph.
  • Penguins forward Jason Zucker celebrates his second-period goal with teammates during a 3-1 victory above the Jets in Winnipeg on Monday. 

Penguins defeat Jets getting their 3rd constant win: 

Jason Zucker considers Pittsburgh goalie Tristan Jarry is on his approach to having a record season.

Jarry had another great match on Monday, backstopping the Penguins to their third direct victory, a 3-1 triumph above the Winnipeg Jets. The netminder earned 30 saves for the success, which followed a pair of shutouts versus Montreal and Toronto.

“He’s playing with great confidence and that’s huge for us,” Zucker stated.¬†Source – cbc.ca

“We knew that over the summer he was going to take himself very seriously, and the training seriously, and come back and want to have a statement year. And this trip, I think, was huge for him.” Source – cbc.ca

Danton Heinen secured the go-ahead goal at 3:33 of the third stage. 

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Zucker and Jake Guentzel, with an empty-netter, also had goals for the Penguins (8-6-4), who were completing a three-game Canadian road tour.

Dominic Toninato scored for the Jets (9-5-4), who’ve succumbed three constant(0-2-1).

Connor Hellebuyck secured 33 saves for Winnipeg, which is 7-2-1 at Canada Life Centre this period.

“I didn’t like our match tonight,” stated Kyle Connor, the Jets’ highest scorer. “I think we could have come out a lot better. A bit awkward missed passes, kind of circling and not staying under pucks.” Source – cbc.ca

“I mean, the last three or four matches now, I don’t think we’ve generated too much.” Source – cbc.ca

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