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Daily Roundup: March 29, 2015

  • Pens D Letang taken to hospital after hit
    Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang was taken to the hospital after getting hit in Saturday's game against the Arizona Coyotes.
  • Kris Letang hospitalized after hit
    The Pittsburgh Penguins lost star defenseman Kris Letang on a scary hit Saturday that required a trip to the hospital.
  • Sharks-Penguins Preview
    Just after welcoming two of their leading scorers back, the tough-luck Pittsburgh Penguins suffered another big loss – this time on the defensive side – as they hobble toward the postseason. With Kris Letang likely to be sidelined, the host Penguins seek their first back-to-back victories in over three weeks Sunday night when they try to deny the San Jose Sharks a third straight win. Pittsburgh …
  • Penguins' Letang hospitalized after scary hit
    The Pittsburgh Penguins lost star defenseman Kris Letang on a scary hit Saturday that required a trip to the hospital.
  • Penguins score three goals in third period to beat Coyotes
    The Pittsburgh Penguins struggled the past two weeks while playing without two of their leading scorers.
  • Penguins score 3 goals in third period, beat Coyotes 3-2
    The Pittsburgh Penguins struggled the past two weeks while playing without two of their leading scorers. The Penguins took a step in the right direction on Saturday, welcoming Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist back to the lineup, but they later lost star defenseman Kris Letang on a scary hit that required a trip to the hospital. Then, they needed a rally to win as Daniel Winnik, Steve Downie …
  • Kris Letang Injury: Updates on Penguins Star's Status and Return
    The Pittsburgh Penguins are inching closer to clinching a playoff spot, but the health of star defenseman Kris Letang is going to cause some panic.   Continue for updates.   Penguins: Letang to Be Evaluated Saturday, March 28 According to Penguins head coach Mike Johnston, per the team's official Twitter, Letang will be evaluated Sunday after being taken to the hospital during Pittsburgh's 3-2 …
  • Pens' Malkin, Hornqvist back in lineup
    Pittsburgh Penguins forwards Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist returned to play in Saturday's game against the Arizona Coyotes.
  • Coyotes-Penguins Preview
    The Pittsburgh Penguins are squandering a chance to improve their playoff positioning, bogged down by a sputtering offense. Evgeni Malkin's potential return could help them turn things around. Malkin hopes to be back on the ice Saturday when Pittsburgh hosts the lowly Arizona Coyotes. The Penguins (40-23-11) are 1-5-1 in their last seven games and were overrun in a 5-2 loss at Carolina on …

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