Two members of the Pittsburgh Penguins have entered COVID-19 protocols.
Head coach Mike Sullivan said Tristan Jarry and Jeff Carter were both in protocol, the latter of which tested positive for the virus.
Both players, however, are asymptomatic at this point.
Carter, 37, leads the Penguins in points scoring one goal and three assists in four games. His average ice time of 19:44 leads all Pens forward.
Jarry, 26, has played three games going 2-0-1 with a .935 save percentage and an above-average 1.9 goals saved.
The Penguins won’t play again until Saturday when they face the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs.
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