Kris Letang, Son Enjoy Breakfast Of ChampionsKris Letang and his son started off their day with the Stanley Cup by eating cereal out of the trophy.
Penguins Take To Social Media To Post Parade Photos, Thank FansMaybe Kris Letang put it best on Instagram, “What a feeling and what a town. Thank you Pittsburgh.”
Lightning Lose Goaltender Bishop To Apparent Leg InjuryThe opening minutes of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning featured scary moments for both teams.
Letang Suspended 1 Game For Hit On Capitals' JohanssonThe Pittsburgh Penguins will be looking to push the Washington Capitals to the brink of elimination Wednesday night. However, they’ll have to do it without Kris Letang.
Pens Analyst Jay Caufield: More Than 1 Game Ban For Letang Would Be 'Excessive'Penguins analyst Jay Caufield says if Kris Letang is out it's a huge loss, but the Pens have the depth to overcome it.
Dunlap: Letang Should Have Been SuspendedAccording to Colin Dunlap, Kris Letang shouldn’t be eligible to participate in Game 4 when the Penguins and Rangers resume their series on Thursday night.
Penguins' Sidney Crosby, Kris Letang Out Against FlyersPittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and defenseman Kris Letang will not play in Saturday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Pens' GM Jim Rutherford Praises Kris Letang As Best Defenseman In The WorldPenguins General Manager Jim Rutherford wasn't the most popular man in town his first two seasons with the Pens, but it's beginning to feel like the tide is turning in his favor.
Kris Letang And Son Participate In "Skating For Little Hearts"A Pittsburgh Penguin spent his Sunday on the ice with some special kids.
Malkin, Letang Selected For NHL All-Star GameTwo members of the Pittsburgh Penguins have been selected to participate in this year’s NHL All-Star Game.
Shea-ved Ice: 5 Observations As 2 Streaks Come To An EndThe Pittsburgh Penguins saw two streaks come to an end in the past week.
Report: Sidney Crosby Voted Top Player In NHLAccording to a group of ESPN analysts, Sidney Crosby is still the best hockey player in the world.