Kris Letang News Archive
Letang (concussion) remains unconcerned about his long-term future, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.
GM Jim Rutherford announced Friday that if the Penguins earn a playoff spot, Letang is "not likely" to be available at any point, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Coach Mike Johnston said Tuesday that Letang (concussion) could be ready to play during the playoffs. The defenseman has been out since taking a questionable hit from the Coyotes' Shane Doan on March 29.
Letang (concussion) may start riding an exercise bike this week, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Letang hasn't resumed skating or exercising since sustaining a concussion in last Saturday's win over the Coyotes, Jenn Menendez of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Letang was diagnosed with a concussion stemming from a head injury in the second period of Saturday's game, Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Letang will remain in the hospital overnight after suffering a scary head injury during the second period of Saturday's game, Josh Yohe of the Tribune-Review reports.
Letang required transport to the hospital Saturday after a scary hit in the second period of Saturday's game against the Coyotes, reports the Associated Press. He was shoved backwards in the boards by Shane Doan after the defender had flipped the puck out of the zone. He hit the back of his head on the boards.
Letang left Saturday's game in the second period after he was hit into the end boards by the Coyotes' Shane Doan, Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.