Letestu: Pens Should Have Confidence Moving Forward

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) – The FAN Morning Show’s Jim Colony caught up with Penguins center Mark Letestu before the team headed off to Toronto to continue their road trip.

Letestu returned to the team last weekend after sustaining a lower body injury. He said he is starting to feel better after head coach Dan Bylsma threw him back “into the fire.”

With the passing of the NHL trade deadline, Letestu is glad to remain a Penguin and thinks general manager Ray Shero made some great additions to the team with James Neal and Alex Kovalev.

Letestu said the team should have some confidence going forward, after Bylsma and Shero didn’t make a lot of roster changes at the deadline.

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  1. stoopm says:

    Have confidence going forward? Based on what? Without Crosby, this is a mediocre team at best even with him, I’m not sure they are the best team in the East.

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