Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Kris's comments for tonights game against Montreal 10-28-09

On the fast start:
We are still hungry – we want more. We have the same team. We talked over the summer how we think we can be a better team than we were last year because the process we had last year was just 25 games and now we have a whole season. I think we can get better.
On how comfortable he is at the point of the power play with Goligoski:
We are two guys who are the same mentally in terms of getting involved in the offense and jumping into the rush. We always think offense so when I see Alex with the puck I know pretty much what he is trying to do so I try to put myself in position where he can see me. We understand each other pretty well.
On just needing one power-play goal to get more to follow:
Yes, exactly. Sometimes you have bad bounces but one is going to go in and then we are going to be more comfortable and be a more active power play.
On the danger of trying to do too much:
Yeah, you try to do too much or you get too fancy. We have to keep a simple game, put shots to the net and go for the rebounds.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

New video of Kris after practice

Kris's haircut October 2009

Monday, October 26, 2009

Halloween 2009

Kris Letang dressed as Officer Doofy from “Scary Movie" for the team Halloween party this year!!! LOL

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Penguins Win tonight 10-20-2009

The Penguins won their game tonight!!!!!!!
Kris Letang gets 2 assists!!!


Friday, October 16, 2009

Sunday, October 11, 2009

News Article about Kris Letang

Penguins Notebook: Letang gets over biting incident
Sunday, October 11, 2009
By Dave Molinari, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

TORONTO -- Kris Letang was in genuine pain when, he said, Philadelphia winger Scott Hartnell bit him on the right ring finger during a scrum in the waning seconds of the Penguins' 5-4 victory in Philadelphia Thursday.

Learning late the next afternoon that Hartnell would not be fined or suspended by the league, presumably because of a lack of irrefutable video evidence that he had sunk his teeth into Letang, did not hurt nearly as much.

"I'm over it," Letang said yesterday, a few hours before the Penguins faced Toronto at the Air Canada Centre.

"What happened, happened, and the people [in the league office] who had to make the decision did their best, probably.

"I've just got to be focused on my game and not worry about it anymore."

Letang, by the way, still had the top third of his injured finger bandaged.

Saturday, October 10, 2009