Penguins Rumors: Latest on Tristan Jarry's Future in Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Penguins have a major decision to make when it comes to goaltender Tristan Jarry. He's a pending unrestricted free agent and is one of the best goalies available on the open market. New Penguins president Kyle Dubas is currently evaluating Jarry's game tape from last season and if Dubas doesn't like what he sees, Pittsburgh will let Jarry walk.

There wasn't much for contract negotiations throughout last season with then-GM Ron Hextall. Although, Jarry has made one thing clear on his next deal. The 28-year-old netminder wants a long term contract for at least six seasons. Makes sense for him to cash in this summer with him being one of the younger goalies available among the free agents.

Jarry had a fine season last year in Pittsburgh but he's never been able to perform in the playoffs. A 2-6 record is not going to get it done and neither is getting injured at the most inopportune times. 

If Jarry leaves the Pens, look for the Ottawa Senators, Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes, and Detroit Red Wings to all have interest.

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