Daily Roundup: February 28, 2014

  • Canadiens top Penguins 6-5 in shootout
    The Pittsburgh Penguins and Montreal Canadiens are still adjusting to NHL play after a nearly three-week Olympic layoff. The Canadiens, playing in their second game in as many days, however, got a good performance in the end from their backup goaltender as he filled in for an injured Olympic gold medalist. Peter Budaj stopped all three shooters in the shootout and David Desharnais scored the …
  • Desharnais scores in shootout to lead Canadiens past Penguins 6-5
    PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Pittsburgh Penguins and Montreal Canadiens are still adjusting to NHL play after a nearly three-week Olympic layoff. The Canadiens, playing in their second game in as many days, however, got a good performance in the end from their backup goaltender as he filled in for an injured Olympic gold medallist . Peter Budaj stopped all three shooters in the shootout and David …
  • Penguins' Kris Letang recovering from stroke
    PITTSBURGH (AP) Recovering from a stroke, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang said his doctors have reassured him that he'll be play hockey again. When that could happen is unclear. The 26-year-old Letang spoke to the media before the Penguins faced Montreal on Thursday night, the first time he has spoken to reporters since having the stroke on a West Coast trip before the Olympic break …
  • Canadiens 6, Penguins 5 (SO)
    PITTSBURGH — In a seesaw battle, the Montreal Canadiens edged the Pittsburgh Penguins 6-5 in a shootout at CONSOL Energy Center on Thursday night.
  • Pens' Letang talks stroke, unsure of return date
    PITTSBURGH (AP) Recovering from a stroke, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang said his doctors have reassured him that he'll be play hockey again.
  • Penguins' defenseman Kris Letang discusses stroke, unsure of return
    PITTSBURGH (AP) Recovering from a stroke, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang said his doctors have reassured him that he'll be play hockey again.
  • Pens' Letang expects to return after stroke
    Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang is confident that he will play hockey again after suffering a stroke last month. Speaking with reporters before the Penguins' game against the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night, Letang, 26, said doctors told him that he should be able to get back on the ice.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Kris Letang speaks to media for first time since stroke
    The 26-year-old Montreal native suffered a stroke in January
  • After stroke, Kris Letang unsure when he’ll return to Penguins
    The good news for Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang is that the stroke he suffered last month won't end his hockey career. Now it's just a matter of when he's able to resume playing. Meeting with the media on Thursday … Continue reading ?

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