Pittsburgh Penguins May Receive Huge Boost for Game 3

The Pittsburgh Penguins love Louis Domingue, but more specifically when he's watching the play from the bench or press box. The Penguins will only go as far as goaltender Tristan Jarry can take them and a broken foot threw a wrench into the team's postseason plans. Turns out there was a very significant step made Saturday morning as the Penguins could have Jarry back sooner than later.

The 26-year-old Jarry took the ice Saturday morning for the first time since breaking a bone in his foot. With backup Casey DeSmith sidelined for the rest of the season after core muscle surgery, the Penguins would love to get their all-star back in their crease as they look to beat the New York Rangers in their first-round series. 

The series shifts to Pittsburgh for Game 3 and with Jarry hitting the ice, you just don't know what kind of surprises the Penguins have up their sleeves. Considering he skated before their practice, it's likely he doesn't play until Game 4, but this time of year, expect the unexpected.

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