Martin (undisclosed) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Martin was listed as a game-time decision, but is on the ice so it looks like he will play. Martin has missed the last eight games, but should be in and paired with Kris Letang tonight vs.the Bruins. He has seven points (1G / 6A) in 31 games.
Martin (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Martin, who returned to practice on Tuesday, was on the ice for the Penguins game day skate this morning. Coach Mike Johnston said that Martin could return tonight, but if he doesn’t he will definitely be back on Saturday vs. the Canadiens. Monitor his status during pre-game warmups.
Martin (undisclosed) took part in Penguins practice on Sunday; should play Monday.
Martin has missed the last four games, but he took part in Saturday’s morning skate and today’s practice which is a good sign he is close. Brian Dumoulin was also sent back to the AHL this morning which presumably opened up a roster spot for Martin.
There is no word on what is ailing Martin, but he will not play tonight vs. the Penguins. He could be back by Monday, but he joins Christian Ehrhoff, Robert Bortuzzo and Olli Maatta as injured Penguins blue liners.
Martin (hand) returned to full practice on Monday, but remains without a timetable for his return.
Martin has not played since February 7 after suffering a hand injury in the Olympics while playing for Team USA. While Martin is nearing a return, there is still no word when he will be back in the lineup. Martin is hoping that he plays this weekend, but continue to monitor his status as the Penguins take this day-to-day.
Martin will have his next set of X-rays this weekend and the Penguins will determine where to go from there. Assuming the X-rays go well and Martin's hand is healing properly, expect to see him back in the lineup next week.
Martin suffered a broken hand in Sochi. With just eight weeks left in the regular season, Martin will miss at least four weeks of action. The Penguins will be without their top two defensemen as Martin joins Kris Letang (stroke) on IR.
Still no timetable for Martin's return from a hand injury.
Martin has been spotted wearing a cast on his hand/wrist, but the Penguins have yet to release the severity of his injury. They will already be without Kris Letang, so losing Martin further weakens their blueline. Simon Despres who was recalled on Monday has a great opportunity to showcase his ability with Martin and Letang sidelined.
Martin (leg) may be returning to the Penguins blueline tonight.
Martin skated with the team over the weekend and is on the ice for the gameday skate. He is skating alongside Brooks Orpik which suggests he will be back in tonight. Will update following the morning skate.
Martin has a fractured tibia and will be out approximately 4-6 weeks, per coach Dan Bylsma.
This is a terrible break for the Penguins. Martin is one of their more reliable defenseman and brings a lot to their top power-play unit. The injury will move Kris Letang back to the top-unit and could thrust Simon Despres into the lineup for the foreseeable future. Expect Martin back after Christmas.