"Letang stated he felt"quite excellent "after being welcomed by stick taps from his teammates when he skated onto the ice at the team's practice facility. The condition also led to the 2nd stroke, which Letang suffered on Nov. 28 after dealing with a series of disabling headaches.This time, the signs have fixed themselves much more quickly, according to team physician Dr. Dharmesh Vyas, who described this stroke as "smaller" than the one Letang sustained in 2014."Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan stated it was a"relief" to see Letang back at work. "Letang stated he felt"quite good "after being welcomed by stick taps from his colleagues when he skated onto the ice at the group's practice facility. The condition also led to the second stroke, which Letang suffered on Nov. 28 after dealing with a series of debilitating headaches.This time, the signs have fixed themselves much more quickly, according to group doctor Dr. Dharmesh Vyas, who explained this stroke as "smaller" than the one Letang endured in 2014."Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan stated it was a"relief" to see Letang back at work."We've been through this,"Letang stated. They're likewise excited to have Letang's familiar No. 58 back in the lineup, but only when he's ready.