Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry was named the NHL's Second Star for the week ending December 8 after posting back-to-back shutouts, leading the team to two of their three wins last week.
On Dec. 4 against the St. Louis Blues, Jarry posted his first shutout of the season and third of his career by stopping all 28 shots. Two nights later, the goaltender stopped all 33 Arizona Coyotes' shots to record the Penguins' first set of back-to-back shutouts since Marc-Andre Fleury did so on Feb. 4 and 6, 2015.
Dating back to the third period of Pittsburgh's game against Columbus on Nov. 29, Jarry is currently riding a career-long shutout streak of 144:51 minutes.
On the season, Jarry is 7-4 in 11 appearances with a 1.81 goals-against average and .943 save percentage with two shutouts. His goals-against average and save percentage both rank first in the league.
Jarry and the Penguins are back in action on Tuesday when they host the Montreal Canadiens at PPG Paints Arena at 7:00 PM. That begins the team's three-game homestand, which also includes games against the Columbus Blue Jackets and Los Angeles Kings.