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Topic - Kristopher Letang
Before this Eastern Conference semifinal series, the one spot where the New York Rangers seemingly had a clear advantage over the Pittsburgh Penguins was in goal with Henrik Lundqvist.
Sidney Crosby flicked the puck away from a New York Ranger, darted around another and veered in on Henrik Lundqvist.
With their captain under fire and their season on the brink of collapse, the Pittsburgh Penguins responded with a crackling show of force.
The statistics are gaudy.
The Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins won't meet in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma was impressed by Kris Letang in his return after recovering from a stroke 10 weeks ago.
Less than three months after a stroke put his season in jeopardy, Kris Letang will go back to work for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Kris Letang darted down the Consol Energy Center ice, the defenseman's black hair flicking out from underneath his helmet.
Less than seven weeks after sustaining a stroke, Kris Letang was cleared to practice with the Pittsburgh Penguins and will join the team for practice Monday.
Recovering from a stroke, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang said his doctors have reassured him that he'll be play hockey again.
Penguins general manager Ray Shero announced Friday that Letang, 26, had a stroke last week. Letang will be treated with blood thinners and the stroke is not expected to threaten his career.
Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang will be out for at least six weeks because of a stroke.
The New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins invariably play entertaining games at Nassau Coliseum. Just as predictable is the visiting team emerging with a victory.
The Pittsburgh Penguins keep finding ways to win games at home. The Washington Capitalskeep finding ways to lose them in general.
The Pittsburgh Penguins keep finding ways to win games at home. The Washington Capitals keep finding ways to lose them in general.
"I'm happy, obviously," Letang said Wednesday after practice. "I think it was a decision between me and him. It's a relief and I'm really happy to have a chance to play."