PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Tristan Jarry has his name in the Pittsburgh Penguins record book.
On Tuesday, the goalkeeper set a new franchise record for longest shutout streak at 117 minutes, 15 seconds.READ MORE: St. Patrick's Day Parade In Pittsburgh Sees Smaller Crowd For Celebrations In September
Jarry broke the previous mark of 173:06 set by Thomas Vokoun from March 22 to April 2, 2013.
Tristan Jarry’s shutout streak, which was snapped at 177:15, is a new franchise record. He surpassed Tomas Vokoun’s streak of 173:06 established from Mar. 22-Apr. 2, 2013. #LetsGoPens pic.twitter.com/ChjcKrGAcBREAD MORE: Male Suspect In Custody After 3 People Shot At Baby Shower At Kinloch Volunteer Fire Department
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Jarry pitched a shutout on Dec. 4 against the St. Louis Blues and again on Dec. 6 against the Arizona Coyotes.MORE NEWS: Allegheny Co. Police Investigating After Woman Found With Gunshot Wound In City Of Duquesne
Jarry allowed his first goal at the 12:24 mark of the second period in Tuesday’s game against the Montreal Canadiens.