Letang scored a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Devils. The 32-year-old blueliner had an uncharacteristic one point (an assist) in his last seven games, but Letang snapped out of his funk in fine fashion Tuesday. The multi-point effort was his first since Feb. 8, and on the season Letang has 15 goals and 44 points through 61 games.
Letang registered an assist in Tuesday's 7-3 win over Ottawa. While Letang was able to end a three-game pointless streak, he remains stuck in an eight-game goal drought. During his slump, the blueliner has put 21 shots on goal, so his inability to tickle the twine certainly isn't from a lack of trying. With Brian Dumoulin back in the lineup, Letang will be able to play a more offensively minded game.
Letang scored a goal on four shots versus Detroit on Sunday. Letang now has power-play goals in back-to-back contests and is riding a five-game point streak. The Montreal native needs just three more tallies to set a new personal best and top the 16-goal mark, which he has reached twice in his career. With the 32-year-old starting to heat up, the Penguins could see their already formidable offense (3.30 goals per game) start moving up the league ranks.
Letang scored a goal and added an assist in a 3-2 win over Florida on Saturday. He was everywhere. Letang fired five shots, laid four hits, blocked three shots and picked up a minor penalty. He has five points (two goals, three assists) in his last four games and a remarkable 14 shots in his last two games. Letang is as good as he's ever been.
Letang scored a power-play goal and assisted on Sidney Crosby's overtime winner in Friday's 4-3 victory over the Flyers. The goal was his first in over a month, but Letang was still productive in the meantime, finishing up January with seven points in 12 games. Despite missing eight games in November with a lower-body injury, the veteran defenseman remains on pace for his third straight 50-point season.
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