Kris Letang is the Penguins’ 2015 nominee for the Masterton award which recognizes sportsmanship, perseverance and dedication to hockey. He was nominated last season as well after missing a significant amount of time due to a stroke he suffered in January 2014. The work-up to discover the source of the stroke led to the discovery of a hole in the septum of Kris' heart. While...
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Pittsburgh Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis will not play again this season.
Dupuis has not played since being diagnosed with a blood clot in his lung Nov. 19.
General manager Jim Rutherford made the announcent on Monday.
“Based on the doctor’s report I don’t believe we’ll see Pascal this year, and that’s a big loss,” Rutherford said...
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Letang (11) (PP) from Crosby, Ehrhoff
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[Goal 1] Kris Letang (Crosby, Ehrhoff) Video Credit: Pens TV/Root Sports
Funny story, the NHL probably doing the same thing on the Norris ballot:
Letang's reaction to getting kicked out of the game pic.twitter.com/YvsYmRY464
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It has been a very tough year for Penguins defenseman Kris Letang, to say the least. The 26 year-old suffered a stroke on January 29th and has not played since January 27th. Letang has been practicing with the team in hopes to eventually return to game action this season. A return date, if any, has not been announced yet by Letang. Pittsburgh’s...
Some extremely scary news was delivered by the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday morning: Pens’ defenseman Kris Letang suffered a stroke last week and is expected to miss at least six weeks while recovering. According to the Penguins, the condition is treatable with blood thinners and at this point is not believed to be career threatening, which is obviously great news. More from the...
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The defense of the Pittsburgh Penguins just took an unexpected turn. Defenseman Kris Letang, who has not been skated since a practice on January 30th in Los Angeles, will miss at least six weeks after suffering a stroke. The 2013 Norris finalist has missed the team’s past four games as a result of the illness. This has not been a great year for Letang health...
There appears to be no shortage of opinions when it comes to Kris Letang's game or his future with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Whether you love him or hate him, want him dealt or to retire a Penguin, there's one thing everybody can agree on: Letang is as polarizing as they come. So, with that spirit in mind, Pens Initiative decided to stage its own debate on what could...
"Trade Letang!" "The Pens are better without Kris Letang!" These are real quotes from social media sites about Pittsburgh Penguins' defenceman Kris Letang. When the Pens have a goal scored against them it's his fault. When the Pens take a penalty, even if it wasn't on him, it's Letang's fault. And it's certainly Letang's fault when the Pens lose. Go ahead, read the rest »