The instant that puck popped up over Louis Domingue's head, and even before the eternity it took to plop into the net behind him, these three truths became excruciatingly self-evident:
1. We're going to a Game 7.
2. Tristan Jarry had better play.
3. If he doesn't ... just start packing now.
Sorry, but it's well past time everyone hurls up the spicy broccoli, or whatever all that concocted silliness was, and acknowledges that Domingue was by far the biggest reason the Penguins have blown two chances to bury the Rangers in this first-round Stanley Cup playoff series and, within that, by far the biggest reason they blew yet another two-goal lead in losing a gut-wrenching Game 6 by a 5-3 count Friday night at PPG Paints Arena.