12:20 AM EDT, Sat April 19, 2014
Beaver County Times 9 hours ago
Letang, Pens look to keep selves, CBJ under control

Letang, Pens look to keep selves, CBJ under control

PITTSBURGH – Kris Letang certainly isn’t the first Penguins star to lose his composure during a playoff game, but the defenseman, his coach and his teammates are hoping he’ll be the last.
PensBurgh 10 hours ago
Letang and Fleury hold the keys to Game 2 success

Letang and Fleury hold the keys to Game 2 success

The keys to the Pittsburgh Penguins success might boil down to the play of Marc-Andre Fleury and Kris Letang. No player in the league has experienced the roller coaster year that Kris Letang has gone through. He was coming off a Norris Trophy nominated season, had a rough series against the Boston Bruins (as many of his teammates did) and signed an eight year, $58 million dollar extension in the off-season. Of course, then it all went off the rails with a knee injury in training camp, a return and some uneven play before suffering a stroke in later January. No one knew what was next, but...
Rotoworld Apr 10, 2014

Kris Letang gets plenty of time in his return - Kris Letang (D) Pittsburgh Penguins

Kris Letang (stroke) logged 22:30 minutes in his return on Wednesday.
Beaver County Times Apr 9, 2014

Letang’s return brings the Pens’ picture back in focus

PITTSBURGH – Slowly, the pieces are starting to come together. Two weeks ago it was Beau Bennett, last week it was Paul Martin and on Wednesday it was Kris Letang returning to the lineup after an exte
Ottawa Citizen Apr 9, 2014
Penguins D Kris Letang cleared to play two months after stroke

Penguins D Kris Letang cleared to play two months after stroke

Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Kris Letang will play on Wednesday night against the Detroit Red Wings, more than two months after suffering a stroke. General manager Ray Shero says Letang has been cleared by team doctors. He says it […]
Home Ice | SI.com Apr 9, 2014

Kris Letang of Pittsburgh Penguins returning to action after stroke

By Allan Muir Kris Letang says he’ll be nervous, but not scared, when he returns to action tonight against the Detroit Red Wings only 10 weeks after suffering a stroke. “I’m nervous because I haven’t played in a while,” the Pittsburgh Penguins defender said. “But [scared] about my situation, not at all.” Letang has been […]
PensBurgh Apr 9, 2014
Kris Letang to return tonight?

Kris Letang to return tonight?

Ray Shero is going to speak to the media at 10:15 this morning, an unusual step. Will he announce that Pens defenseman Kris Letang is coming back from a stroke in January? The Pittsburgh Penguins sent out an ominous email this morning, with a terse statement: "General manager Ray Shero will make an announcement regarding the Penguins’ roster today at 10:15 a.m. outside of the Penguins locker room at CONSOL Energy Center." According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, it will be good news. "@JoshYohe_Trib: Ray Shero to speak at 10:15 about "Penguins roster."" Expected he will announce Kris Letang will...
Letang to return to Penguins lineup tonight against Detroit

Letang to return to Penguins lineup tonight against Detroit

Penguins defenseman Kris Letang will return to the lineup tonight against Detroit at Consol Energy Center, general manager Ray Shero announced this morning.

Penguins Letang nominated for NHL’s Masterton Trophy

Defenseman Kris Letang is the Penguins’ nominee for the NHL’s Masterton Trophy, which recognizes perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.
PensBurgh Mar 26, 2014
No physical limitations for Kris Letang

No physical limitations for Kris Letang

Kris Letang has no physical limitations and has been cleared by doctors to return when he wants...When will that be? Some bombshell news, as Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang has said that he's been cleared by physicians to resume playing, and now it's a matter of when he feels ready. "It's going to be my call," Letang told Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "It's all about when I feel ready." Returning from a stroke, however, is much different than another more common injury that professional hockey players have to deal with. Letang is in uncharted waters really, and...
PensBurgh Mar 18, 2014
Tuesday Pens Points: Many Happy Returns

Tuesday Pens Points: Many Happy Returns

Lazy, Kuni, Beau and Tanger are all back at practice. What is the outlook for Letang? Matt Stajan returns after two harrowing weeks. Good morning one and all! The luck of the Irish rubbed off on the Pens yesterday, with Kris Letang, James Neal, Chris Kunitz, and Beau Bennett all returning to full practice with the team. Their anticipated return to the lineup will help team chemistry, not to even mention skill level. On the order of most to least shocking, Letang's return to practice 7 weeks following a stroke is at the top. His actual return to the lineup remains uncertain. This is an...

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