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As a THREE-TIME Stanley Cup Champion, let's take a look back at Kris Letang's legendary Pittsburgh Penguins Career.
Since being drafted 62nd overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins during the 2005 NHL Draft, Kris Letang has won three Stanley Cups (2008-09, 2015-16, 2016-17) over the course of 17 seasons with the Penguins. Letang made his NHL debut Oct. 5, 2006, against the Philadelphia Flyers, and scored his first NHL goal a few days later against Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers in a 6-5 win. Check out Kris Letang pot his first NHL goal below.
2007-08: As a rookie in 2007-08, Letang had six goals and 17 points in 63 games, and averaged 17:07 of ice time throughout 16 Stanley Cup Playoff games to help the Penguins reach the Cup Final.
2008-09: In his second full regular season, Letang recored 33 points (10 goals, 23 assists) in 74 games. Letang followed up with four goals and nine assists in 23 Stanley Cup playoff games, scoring a crucial overtime goal in Game 3 of the conference semifinals vs. Washington despite playing injured. Letang's OT goal pushed the Penguins to the Stanley Cup Final, resulting with the Pens hoisting the Cup for the first time since 1992.
2009-10: Coming off a Stanley Cup win, Letang recorded 3 goals, 24 assists and averaged 21:34 ice time per game over 73 regular season games.
2010-11: Letang set multiple career highs in 2010-11 across several categories: games played (82); assists (42); points (50); and shots (236) while attracting buzz as Norris Trophy candidate (best NHL defenseman).
2011-14: Unfortunate injuries limited Letang to 86 games from 2011-13, and in 2013-14 he missed 10 weeks after suffering a medical emergency on Jan. 29 that limited him to 37 games.
2015-16: Bouncing back with 67 points, Letang recorded 16 goals and 51 assists in 71 regular season games, averaging a team-high 26:57 of ice time per game. Letang's ice time increased to an outstanding 28:53 during the playoffs when he potted 15 points (3 goals, 12 assists) in 23 games to help Pittsburgh win another Stanley Cup. Letang was also named to the NHL Second All-Star Team for the second time in his career.
2016-17: The following regular season, Letang had 34 points (5 goals, 29 assists) in 41 games for the Penguins. But unfortunately, Letang's season was cut short as the result of a herniated disc in his neck and he had to sit out the playoffs when the Penguins won their second straight Stanley Cup.
2017-Present: On Oct. 6, 2018, Letang surpassed Paul Coffey as the Penguins franchise leader in points, with Letang becoming the first defenseman in Penguins history to record 500 points one year later on Oct. 13, 2019.
- 2017-18 reg season: 9 goals, 42 assists (51 points, 79 games played)
- 2018-19 reg season: 16 goals, 40 assists (56 points, 65 games played)
- 2019-20 reg season: 15 goals, 29 assists (44 points, 61 games played)
- 2020-21 reg season: 7 goals, 38 assists (45 points, 55 games played)
- 2021-22 reg season: 10 goals, 58 assists (68 points, 78 games played)
- 2022-23 reg season: 10 goals, 25 assists (35 points, 56 games played)
Kris Letang Milestone Watch
- Three (3) games away from 1,000 NHL Career Games Played (997)
- Fifteen (15) points away from 700 NHL Career Points (685)
Kris Letang NHL All-Star Appearances
- NHL Second All-Star Team (2013, 2016)
- Played in NHL All-Star Game (2011, 2012, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020)
Kris Letang x Team Canada Appearances
- Won silver at the 2005 IIHF World Under-18 Championship
- Won the World Junior gold medal with Team Canada in 2006 and 2007
- Named to the World Junior All-Star Team in 2007
Fun Fact 1 - Letang has 154 goals, 532 assists, and a plus-minus of +88 in 997 NHL career games.
Fun Fact 2 - Letang has 23 goals, 67 assists, and a plus-minus of 0 in 149 NHL career playoff games.