Done deal. Paul Martin has agreed to a four-year deal with the San Jose Sharks.
Things change fast on UFA Day. Now hearing SJ no longer a top contender for Paul Martin. But COL will be in hard on Francois Beauchemin.
Veteran d-man Paul Martin has a number of options ranging from 1 yr to multi year term. Solid player.
TSN "The San Jose Sharks have agreed to terms on a four-year deal with defenceman Paul Martin. Martin spent the last five seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins, including appearing in 74 games in 2014-15 where he produced three goals and 17 assists." July 01
The Sharks No. 1 target is Paul Martin but there's lots and lots of interest in him. He'd be a great fit in San Jose. But other offers, too
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Defenseman Paul Martin likely will return to the lineup against Boston on Wednesday. Whether the impending unrestricted free agent remains in the organization for the remainder of the season is up for debate. Martin's teammates, however, made it clear they hope general manager Jim Rutherford..." January 07
CBS Sports "No team has been hit harder this season in the injury department than the Pittsburgh Penguins. One of those big injuries was the broken hand that Paul Martin suffered playing for Team USA in Sochi. When the Penguins set out to clinch the Metropolitan Division title on Thursday in Winnipeg,..." April 03
Paul Martin is out 4-6 weeks
Hearing about a month for Martin recovery. Barring setbacks, should be ready for playoffs #pens
#pens defenceman Paul Martin has a fractured tibia and will be out four to six weeks.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Penguins defenseman Paul Martin has a broken tibia and will miss the next four to six weeks, coach Dan Bylsma said today. Martin apparently got hurt blocking a shot Monday in the third period of a 4-3 overtime loss at Boston and played at least some on the broken leg afterward. He has been..." November 27
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Penguins winger Tanner Glass has a broken right hand and, according to coach Dan Bylsma, will be out three to four weeks. In addition, defenseman Paul Martin has an unspecified injury. He is not expected to play Wednesday when the Toronto Maple Leafs visit Consol Energy Center, but he will need..." November 26
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "According to a source with the Penguins, defenseman Paul Martin played most of the Eastern Conference final with an ankle injury that required pain-killing injections in order for him to play in the final three games of the series. After the season, the Penguins announced that Martin played..." July 06
#Pens coach Bylsma: Orpik and Vitale (lower body) still day to day. No timetable on Crosby. Martin and Neal will play Saturday vs. Carolina
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The Penguins saw their revolving door of defensemen take another turn Tuesday night when Kris Letang returned against the Buffalo Sabres only to see Brooks Orpik leave with a lower-body injury. “That's not an easy thing to do, to lose a guy like that in the first period in back-to-back..." April 25
NHL.com "Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Paul Martin underwent surgery on a broken bone in his hand Sunday morning and will miss 4-6 weeks. General Manager Ray Shero said Martin will be able to resume skating in about a week and a half." March 31
Paul Martin has surgery for unspecified injury, expected to be out about six weeks.
PensBurgh "It's hockey day in America and so why not kick it off with a rematch of the first-ever Winter Classic? Plenty of lines were drawn early with a battle for first in goals and points between Sidney Crosby, Thomas Vanek, and James Neal. And, of course, you can't forget the Crosby vs. Ryan Miller..." February 17
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Paul Martin poked a little fun at his game. This was after the 4-2 win at home Wednesday night against Ottawa. The Penguins defenseman had two assists in that game but also three minor penalties. "I was hoping to get one more [assist] to even out the penalties," he said, with a slight..." February 17
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The Penguins had just dropped a 1-0 heartbreaker to the Capitals for their sixth straight loss, and defenseman Paul Martin, seated at his stall in the locker room, was white as a ghost. Martin had been ill for days and admitted Saturday that he probably shouldn't have been playing. But Martin,..." January 15