The Montreal Canadiens will play the Pittsburgh Penguins this weekend in Game 1 of their best of five series.
Both teams looked a little bit out of it during their exhibition games and both teams ended up losing those games.
One big question mark was Sidney Crosby's health but the Penguins captain suited up for the exhibition.
Another question mark was who would start in goal for the Penguins?
With Matt Murray starting the exhibition game, it seemed like Murray was the guy but it seems that has changed.
According to Dan Kingerski of Pittsburgh Hockey Now, the Penguins will likely lean on Tristan Jarry to try and take down the Canadiens.
Murray has a 20-11-5 record along with a 2.87 goals against average and .899 save percentage while Jarry registered a 20-12-1 record along with a 2.43 goals against average and .921 save percentage.
Do you think this is good news or bad news for the Canadiens?