With training camp in full swing across the NHL roster cuts are coming and we could see some trades.
While teams trim down their rosters, they don't want to lose some players to waivers and instead will try and trade them to get some form of return back.
One of those teams is the Pittsburgh Penguins who are currently trying to move one of their goalies.
With Matt Murray locked in as the starting goalie, Casey DeSmith will likely be the backup.
That puts Tristan Jarry in a waiver situation and according to local Penguins' beat writer Seth Rorabaugh they've been trying to trade him since the summer.
Rorabaugh adds that Pens' GM Jim Rutherford didn't get any return to his liking.
Jarry isn't focused on any trades and still wants to battle to be the #1 goalie.
“My goal is to be in the Pittsburgh organization. That’s been my goal since Day 1." On Tristan Jarry's future with the Penguins: https://t.co/kJLznVCIQH
— Seth Rorabaugh (@SethRorabaugh) September 14, 2019