Pittsburgh Penguins Rumors: 3 Goalies Options to Replace Tristan Jarry

The Pittsburgh Penguins are a team undergoing a slew of changes off the ice and the on ice changes will follow. The team will be in the market for a third-line center, some depth wingers and likely a new starting netminder as Tristan Jarry is a pending unrestricted free agent. If the Penguins decided to let Jarry walk, here's who could be the opening night starter in Pittsburgh next season:

Frederik Andersen

The Carolina Hurricanes will have some major decisions to make this summer as Frederik Andersen is a pending free agent. The team has committed to Pyotr Kochetkov on a long-term team-friendly contract and to start the Stanley Cup Playoffs, were playing Antti Raanta. Andersen is going to be one of the most coveted goaltenders on the open market and the Penguins are likely one of the suitors.

Laurent Brossoit

The Vegas Golden Knights have Logan Thompson as their #1 netminder when he's healthy, only thing is, he hasn't been. Laurent Brossoit stepped in at times this season in Vegas and was outstanding and continues to be during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Look for Brossoit to be a highly sought after goalie this summer when he hits free agency and the 30-year-old will be hearing from the Penguins. Brossoit posted a 7-0-3 record in 2022-23, with a 2.17 GAA and a .927 save %.

Jacob Markstrom

The Calgary Flames are another team going through drastic changes at the moment and it's expected the team is going to make a path for 22-year-old goalie Dustin Wolf, who tore up the AHL this season. Markstrom does have a no-movement clause and is signed through the 2025-26 season, however with a chance to compete for the Stanley Cup in Pittsburgh, he'd most likely be open to becoming a Penguin. If the Pens decided to take on all of his salary, they could land Markstrom with a very underwhelming trade offer.

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