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by Paul on 02/27/14 at 01:46 PM ET
from Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review,
Penguins defenseman Kris Letang, still unsure if he will play hockey again this season, shed light on the details of his stroke.
It was a scary time.
On the morning of Jan. 29, Letang's wife woke up to find him laying on the floor of the couple's bedroom. He was alert but knew something was wrong.
“I was not able to function,” he said.
Letang's mother-in-law is a nurse and was at their home at the time of his stroke, which stopped him from calling 911. He felt better enough later in the day to fly with the Penguins to Los Angeles.
But after a series of tests, it was determined that Letang had a stroke. He said he is still having “good days and bad days” and is still dealing with fatigue.
added 1:24pm, Watch below as Letand discusses his health and playing hockey again.
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