Marc-Andre Fleury Just Got Two of His Insane Records Matched!

Published December 23, 2022 at 6:52 PM

Remember when fans were literally screaming for Tristan Jarry to be traded or just flat out given away? I don't know about them, but I'm sure glad no one listened.

Even though the Penguins lost their Thursday night game to the Hurricanes, they made it to OT, which gave them (and Jarry) a point, extending his streak to 14. That ties him with none other than Marc-André Fleury, for second longest goalie point streak in the Penguins' history. Plus, the number one spot, which is held by Tom Barrasso from the 1992-93 season, is only one win away. The tie is actually a 3-way tie, as Fleury first took over second from Ken Wregget in his 2006-07 season , then tied himself in the 2010-11 season.

In last night's game, Jarry made 32 of 36 saves, but was unfortunately beaten by a wrist shot from Jacob Slavin (assisted by Seth Jarvis and Brent Burns) 23 seconds into overtime.



In this season so far, the 27 year old has a record of 15-3-4 with a .920 SV%. Of the 181 games he's played in his NHL career, he's started 173, won 108, lost 50 in regulation, and 17 in OT, giving him a SV% of .912 overall.

The Penguins hit the road for their next game against the Islanders on Tuesday, 12/27.
December 23   |   45 answers
Marc-Andre Fleury Just Got Two of His Insane Records Matched!

Could Jarry grow up to be the next Fleury?

Yes1942.2 %
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No, but he's still pretty good.1226.7 %
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