Kris Letang discovered another method to shock Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins.Crosby scored 2

objectives, Letang returned 12 days after the second stroke of his career and the Penguins defeated the Buffalo Sabres 3-1 on Saturday night."He's done similar things, however nothing like this,"Crosby said of the veteran defenceman." He's looking helpful for going through what he's going through."Rickard Rakell also scored to assist the Penguins

win their fifth straight and improve to 12-2-2 in their last 16 games. Casey DeSmith, making his first start in 6 games, stopped 37 shots as Pittsburgh finished a sweep of the home-and-home series after likewise winning 4-3 in overtime at Buffalo on Friday night.Peyton Krebs scored for the Sabres, who lost for the 3rd time in five video games.

Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen finished with 28 conserves."That first duration wasn't our finest,"Krebs said."It began with some charges

that type of messed up the circulation a bit. " A Sidney Crosby backhand charm pic.twitter.com/keT7kuQOsH—@penguins!.?.!Rakell opened the scoring for Pittsburgh with a power-play objective 4:22 into the video game. He converted a rebound from the left faceoff dot for his

12th as the Penguins scored with the man advantage in their fifth straight video game. When he beat Luukkonen with a backhander from the side of the crease, Evgeni Malkin continued a five-game point streak with an assist.Crosby made it 2-0 at 6:51 of the very first. Jake Guentzel extended a seven-game point streak with the main assist.Krebs pulled the Sabres within one at 11:00 of the 3rd period. He deflected a point shot from Casey Fitzgerald behind DeSmith for his second of the season.Crosby put the game away in the final 2 minutes when he scored on a partial breakaway for his 17th. It topped Crosby's 165th career three-point game, surpassing Jari Kurri for ninth-most in NHL history.Letang returns

Letang, who missed out on five video games, led the Penguins with 22:14 of ice time. He played on the second defensive pairing with P.O. Joseph. Letang didn't use the team's top power-play unit, but he saw time with the second group and dedicated a third-period holding penalty."The timing still requires to get a little bit much better, however the legs existed and I felt pretty good out there,"Letang said.Kris Letang: a warrior( and a jokester) pic.twitter.com/ZOENMEjB3O—@penguins!.?.!The 35-year-old Letang suffered his second stroke on Nov. 28 after handling a series of

debilitating headaches. He skated on his own 2 days after the diagnosis and returned to experiment his teammates 10 days later on

"Letang missed more than two months in 2014 after his very first stroke, which was triggered by a small hole in the wall of his heart. The condition likewise caused his second stroke, which was explained by team physician Dr. Dharmesh

Vyas as "smaller sized "than the one Letang previously withstood."Kris has a medical team of physicians that have put him through a list of tests and these are a few of the most intelligent doctors in the world in their particular fields," Penguins coach Mike Sullivan stated."Kris's health, primary and very first, is the utmost top priority from everyone."

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Kris Letang discovered another method to amaze Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins.Crosby scored 2

goals, Letang returned 12 days after the second stroke of his profession and the Penguins defeated the Buffalo Sabres 3-1 on Saturday night. Letang, who missed out on five video games, led the Penguins with 22:14 of ice time. Letang didn't play on the group's leading power-play system, but he saw time with the second group and committed a third-period holding charge."Letang missed more than two months in 2014 after his first stroke, which was caused by a small hole in the wall of his heart.