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Rakell Jarry making progress

RAKELL AND JARRY ARE MAKING PROGRESS

MAY 11, 2022  (8H45)      ASHLEY
After being on the receiving side of a monstrous hit by Rangers' defenseman Ryan Lindgren in Game 1, Penguins' forward Rickard Rakell proceeded to miss Games 2-5 with an undisclosed injury. He has been listed as day-to-day since then and has been practicing in a non-contact jersey.

During an optional skate in Pittsburgh yesterday, Rakell was a full participant wearing a regular jersey. Coach Mike Sullivan would not commit to the winger's status for tonight's Game 6 in New York, just saying that he is still day-to-day.

Penguins' defenseman Brian Dumoulin, who has also missed Games 2-5, did not participate in any type of practice or skate and remains out.

Tristan Jarry has progressed to the next step in his rehab from a broken foot: taking shots. This most certainly means we will not see him tonight, and probably not in this series, although Sullivan did not comment on an official timeline for the All-Star netminder.


Finally, after scoring at will on Vezina-caliber goaltender Igor Shesterkin and having a 3-1 series lead, the Penguins are likely playing it safe with injuries rather than rushing guys back in more dire situations. The Penguins top line as well as their depth have provided more than enough firepower, giving guys like Rakell, Dumoulin, and Jarry time to fully heal. Coach Sullivan commented Jake Guentzel's performance so far this playoffs by calling him "Playoff Jake."