The Defenseman played a handful of games in 2007 and would make the roster on a full-time basis the following year and was a member of the Penguins 2009 Stanley Cup Championship win. Letang continued to improve, and in 2010/11, the native of Montreal had a breakout campaign with a 50 Point season, an All-Star Game appearance, and a sixth-place finish in Norris Trophy voting.
Now a bona fide playmaker from the blueline, Letang would earn All-Star accolades on four more occasions, and he was a two-time Second Team All-Star (2013 & 2014), both of which were years where he was a top-four finisher for the Norris. Adding two more Stanley Cup Rings, Letang has not only made a case for being the greatest Defenseman in franchise history but also could be one who is on a Hall of Fame path. To date, Letang has eight 40-plus Point seasons and seven top ten finishes for the Norris. An All-Star six times, Letang is at 650 career Points entering the 2021-22 Season.As of this writing, Letang is still with the Penguins, and he could even increase his already impressive rank.