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Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang missed Tuesday night’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes with what was described as an illness, but the issue was a lot more serious than it sounded. Penguins general manager Ron Hextall announced on Wednesday that Letang will be out indefinitely after the 35-year-old suffered...
The Pittsburgh Penguins have announced that defenseman Kris Letang will be out indefinitely after suffering a stroke. The team said Letang is “not experiencing any lasting effects” and will continue to undergo tests over the next few days. The Penguins have not confirmed a timeline for Letang to return, but did say they don’t believe the stroke is career-threatening.
Pat Maroon launches campaign to support Tampa Bay mental health nonprofit in response to broadcaster’s fat-shaming comments
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Pat Maroon made a $2,000 donation to a local mental health nonprofit on Wednesday in response to fat-shaming comments made by Boston Bruins play-by-play commentator Jack Edwards. Edwards took aim at Maroon for his size during the first period of Tuesday’s game between the Bruins and...