Kris Letang gets his share of criticism from fans and yes, sometimes he stands out like a sore thumb. The point isn’t the sore thumb part though. The point is he stands out. You can have a long, successful career … Continue reading The case of Kris Letang and standing out
My original take on the Claude Giroux collision with Kris Letang is that it was an unfortunate accident. https://twitter.com/letstalkpens/status/984950155450486786 I now take it back. I want it stricken from the record. The statement is still true in a way, but … Continue reading Giroux’s elbow – more than just a cheap shot
Look past this 3-1 loss to the Washington Capitals on Sunday night and chalk it up in the “practice round” column. Ask yourself: Can the Penguins actually somehow lose to the Capitals in a seven game series? Haha! I laughed, … Continue reading Flavell: While the Penguins lose some battles, they’ll never lose this war
With the Penguins on their league-mandated bye week, we have some time to reflect over the Penguins first 44 games. They went into the break on a high note, winning back to back games against the Islanders and Bruins respectively. … Continue reading Taking a Closer Look at Kris Letang
On Sunday night, the Penguins won a rollercoaster of a game against the Boston Bruins 6-5 in overtime. The Bruins were fresh off a 7-1 victory in Boston against the Carolina Hurricanes, a team that the Penguins just can’t seem … Continue reading The Best and Worst of The Penguins in One Night
Before I get into my point, I want to make a public disclaimer: I am not necessarily on the “trade Letang” bandwagon. So if you tweet at me claiming I am stupid for wanting to get rid of Letang, I … Continue reading Is Trading Letang Actually A Good Thing?
No. It seems that most Penguins fans have already thrown in the towel. Many think the Penguins are already too far down in some sort of inevitable decline. I’ve seen countless tweets from fans saying that they are going to … Continue reading Is It Time To Panic Yet?
It’s no secret that Kristopher Letang has been…subpar in his first sixteen games of the season. Don’t get me wrong, I love Kris Letang. I’ve defended him a lot over the years because he’s one of my favorite players, but … Continue reading What Is Wrong With Kris Letang?
On October 6, after a 10-1 drubbing at the hands of the Chicago Blackhawks, Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan asked for more physicality from his players. Physical play has been a point of contention for years in Pittsburgh as superstar … Continue reading Penguins Physicality Not What You Might Think
This was a long time coming, and very well deserved. There was a vacant spot for one of the alternate captain roles on the Penguins squad, that has now been filled by Kris Letang, and I couldn’t be any happier … Continue reading Letang Rightfully Given “A”