Daily Roundup: March 18, 2014

  • Penguins’ Kris Letang practices but return for games remains uncertain
    Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang participated in his first workout alongside his teammates in nearly two months Monday, but he remains uncertain when he’ll be able to suit up in an actual game. Letang said he was feeling much better after being blindsided by a stroke seven weeks ago. ‘‘There’s no date to be determined for Kris,’’ coach Dan Bylsma said. ‘‘Right now he’s back in a full …
  • Bruins stop Wild to extend winning streak to nine
    BOSTON — It wasn't too long ago that people were asking the Boston Bruins about their chances of catching the Pittsburgh Penguins for the lead in the Eastern Conference standings. The victory, their first ever over the Wild at TD Garden, moved the Bruins five points ahead of the idle Pittsburgh Penguins atop the Eastern Conference and also brought Boston into a three-way tie for No. 2 in the …
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Kudos to Dallas Stars' medical staff
    They acted quickly and decisively in treating forward Rich Peverley and his irregular heartbeat. Minuses include struggled of the Pittsburgh Penguins Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week:
  • Flyers fans had hockey jerseys censored at Penguins game
    What Josh Kuchinka and two friends walked through the doors for the Pittsburgh Penguins’ game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday, they unknowingly tested the limits and spirit of that policy: The “good taste test” wasn’t for a sign, but for the jerseys they wore to the game:
  • Penguins D Kris Letang returns to practice after stroke, return remains uncertain
    PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Kris Letang returned to practice on Monday nearly two months after suffering a stroke, but his return remains uncertain.
  • NHL notes: Letang, Lehtonen return to ice; more
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang returned to practice on Monday nearly two months after suffering a stroke, but his return remains uncertain.
  • Letang practices with Penguins, return uncertain
    PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang returned to practice on Monday nearly two months after suffering a stroke, but his return remains uncertain.
  • Letang Hopes To Return This Season After Stroke
    The Pittsburgh Penguins welcomed back four players to practice on Monday, including Kris Letang.

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