The generosity of Letang
No matter the age, hockey players stick together.
Last week @Letang_58 donated $58,000 to help cover Ian Rosenbaum’s medical expenses after being diagnosed with a form of T-cell leukemia.
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) April 1, 2019
- The 31-year-old defenseman found a way to stand outside the rink.
- Kristopher Letang was touched by the story of young Ian Rosenbaum.
- The seven-year-old boy, who lives in Stoystown, Pennsylvania, learned last September that he had leukemia.
- Shortly after, the Penguins defender joined the boy’s family.
- He participated in a fundraiser to help pay for Ian Rosenbaum’s treatments.
- Recently, Letang decided to get more involved.
- The number 58 of the Penguins personally gave a check for $ 58,000 to the 7 year old.
- Ian was also invited to practice the Penguins Monday morning.
- The boy’s mother said that Kristopher Letang was a real hero for his son.
- Ian talks a lot about Letang when he gets treatment at the hospital.
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