After Friday's practice sessions leading into Saturday night's outdoor game in Chicago, the Penguins and Blackhawks had a family skate and Kris Letang hit the ice.
Kris Letang appears to have a long road ahead of him before he can return to the lineup from a stroke he suffered in January.
Kris Letang is still recovering from a stroke.
A hole in his heart known as PFO might have been responsible for Kris Letang's stroke, the Penguins say.
Kris Letang wanted to make the fact that he had a stroke public, it will encourage young or otherwise healthy people to seek medical help if they have similar symptoms.
Kris Letang's mystery illness has been revealed to have been a stroke.
Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is reporting that the illness keeping Kris Letang out of the Penguins lineup is serious, though not life-threatening.
Kris Letang will miss at least one more game due to his illness.
The Pittsburgh Penguins aren't sure how long Kris Letang (illness) will be sidelined.
Kris Letang won't play Monday versus Ottawa because he still isn't feeling well.
Kris Letang missed his second straight game with an illness.
Kris Letang probably won't play on Saturday due to an illness.
Kris Letang had a maintenance day on Wednesday.
Kris Letang has picked up a point in three straight games since returning to Pittsburgh's lineup from injury.