“Penguins” goalkeeper Casey Desmith has undergone surgery, he will be out until the end of the playoffs

PITTSBURG (KDKA) – It wasn’t a morning of good news after the Rangers ’5-2 defeat of the Penguins by the Rangers in the second game.

Head coach Mike Sullivan has announced that Casey Desmith has undergone successful major muscle surgery and will be out by the end of the postseason.

DeSmith left the Penguins with one win in the second overtime, as a result of which the goalkeeper of the third string Louis Domingue took over.

In the end, the “Penguins” won the first game in three overtimes, increasing in the series 1-0.

Domingue started the second game, defeat equalized the series, and Alex D’Oria supported him.

Sullivan added that Jerry’s status remains unchanged and he continues to rehabilitate.

The Penguins will meet the Rangers in the third game at the PPG Paints Arena on Saturday at 19:00

The series is linked into one.

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