NHL: Sidney Crosby, Tristan Jarry practice with Penguins
Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby and goaltender Tristan Jarry were on the ice for Saturday’s practice, although their status remains unknown for Sunday’s Game 7 against the host New York Rangers.
Crosby missed Friday’s 5-3 loss in Pittsburgh in Game 6 as the Penguins failed to close out the first-round Eastern Conference series for the second straight game. Jarry has been out since April 14 with a foot injury.
Crosby was injured in the second period of Wednesday’s Game 5 loss when he took a high, hard hit from Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba. The Athletic reported that the 34-year-old Penguins captain suffered a concussion.
Crosby has two goals and seven assists in the series. In the regular season, the three-time Stanley Cup champion had 31 goals and 53 assists in 69 games.
Jarry, 27, made the All-Star team this season and finished 34-18-6 with four shutouts, a 2.42 goals-against average and a .919 save percentage.
–Field Level Media