In a brief and sudden press conference on Wednesday morning, Pittsburgh Penguins GM Ray Shero announced that defenseman Kris Letang will be returning to the lineup.
Letang, 26, suffered a stroke in January while the Penguins were on a road trip out west. It is important to note that once Letang had successfully underwent treatment, including blood thinners; he would be medically cleared to play.
“He's at no further risk to suffer a stroke playing hockey than going to grocery store.” Said Ray Shero at the press conference
He is correct in saying so. Letang has a heart condition that doesn’t change with elevated heart rates, unlike the heart condition...