Letang (hand) is expected to be in the Penguins lineup for Game 3.
Letang (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play Tuesday.
Letang (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Letang has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury but was on the ice for today’s morning skate and will be a game-time decision in Philadelphia. Letang’s offensive numbers are strong this season, posting two goals and 23 assists (25 points) in 37 games but is a minus-15, which lowers his value in leagues that track plus-minus.
Letang (lower-body) is not expected to play in Detroit on Sunday.
Letang took the ice for the Penguins morning skate but stayed on late which indicates that he will be scratched for the third consecutive game. Being available this morning suggests that Letang may be ready for Tuesday’s game in Philadelphia.
Letang (lower-body) will not travel to Carolina but could join the team on their road-trip.
Letang will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury but it doesn’t sound like he will be sidelined for an extended period of time because the Penguins expect him to join the team at some point during their brief three-game road trip.
Source: Sam Werner 12/28/17, 8:37 am EST
Letang is day-to-day with a lower-body injury; won't play Wednesday vs. the Blue Jackets.
Letang has had injury issues throughout his career but has appeared in the first 37 games of 2017-18 prior to missing tonight’s game. With Letang out, Matt Hunwick will draw back into the lineup and play on the top pairing with Brian Dumoulin. Olli Maatta will slide in on the top power-play unit.
Letang will undergo surgery for a herniated disc in his neck and will miss 4-6 months.
Letang (upper-body) will not travel on the Penguins’ four-game Western Canada trip.
Letang has missed the last five games with an upper-body injury and will not travel to the west coast for their upcoming road-trip. The Penguins already announced that Letang was more than “day-to-day,” so monitor his status leading up to next Wednesday’s game in Philadelphia.
Source: @penguins 03/7/17, 7:42 am EST
Letang (lower-body) will be sidelined longer than “day-to-day.”
Letang has missed the last four games and is expected to miss at least a few more games. Head coach Mike Sullivan said that he is more than “day-to-day” but the team hopes that he won’t miss an extended period of time.
Letang (upper-body) did not travel to Dallas; won't play on Tuesday.
Letang will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury and the fact that he didn’t travel to Dallas means that he likely won’t play Wednesday in Chicago either.
Letang (upper-body) will not play Saturday vs. the Flyers.
It remains to be known when Letang got hurt, but he will be held out of the lineup in Saturday’s outdoor game vs. the Flyers. Letang joins Olli Maatta and Trevor Daley, which leaves the Penguins’ blueline extremely thin. Ron Hainsey is expected to play big minutes in his Penguins debut with Letang sidelined.
Source: @penguins 02/25/17, 9:27 am EST
Letang (upper-body) is listed as a game-time decision for Saturday.
Letang is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Source: Sam Wener 02/23/17, 7:50 am EST
Letang (knee) has been activated from IR and is on the ice for warmups.
Letang has missed the last six games with a knee injury, but will be back in alongside Brian Dumoulin and on the top power play unit tonight vs. the Predators. Letang has four goals and 19 assists (23 points) in 30 games this season.
Letang (knee) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Letang missed the final six games before the All-Star break, but was on the ice for Monday’s practice and could be back in the lineup Tuesday vs. the Predators. Monitor Letang’s status during Tuesday’s morning skate.
Source: @penguins 01/31/17, 4:06 am EST
Letang is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Letang was hurt Saturday vs. the Red Wings and will miss at least a few weeks with a lower-body injury. The Penguins moved him to IR this morning, so he has to miss at least four games, but it sounds like he will miss more time. Justin Schultz’s stock rises again with his movement to the top power play.
Source: @penguins 01/16/17, 6:30 am EST
Letang (lower-body) was on the ice for the morning skate; will be a game-time decision tonight.
Letang will miss a couple of weeks with a lower-body injury.
Letang suffered a lower-body injury during the Penguins’ overtime win over the Bruins on Wednesday. Letang is expected to miss at least the next five games and another injury report will likely be issued after the Christmas break.
Letang (upper-body) will return to the Penguins lineup on Wednesday.
Letang has missed the last five games with an upper-body injury, but he will play tonight in Anaheim. Letang has registered two assists and 16 shots on goal in four games this season and will re-claim his spot on the top pair and power-play unit.
Source: @penguins 11/2/16, 11:28 am EST
Letang (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Letang was on the ice for the Penguins’ morning skate, but will miss his fourth straight game on Thursday. HIs availability for the morning skate is a good sign though and he could be ready to return on Saturday in Philadelphia.