#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