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Topic - Matt Martin
A northeastern Ohio home built in 1887 and abandoned in recent years will be turned into transitional housing for veterans returning from active duty.
The New York Islanders were even with the Florida Panthers in the first period, and coach Jack Capuano liked nothing about it.
Even as the lead quickly grew to four goals, Matt Martin and the New York Islanders never felt comfortable.
The New York Islanders' big comeback over the Vancouver Canucks in a seven-goal third period even caught them by surprise.
Pittsburgh Penguins owner Mario Lemieux said the NHL failed in its punishment of the New York Islanders following a fight-filled game between the teams _ and went so far as to question whether he wanted to stay in the league.
The NHL suspended New York Islanders forwards Trevor Gillies for nine games, Matt Martin for four and handed the club a $100,000 fine late Saturday night for their actions in a fight-filled win over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The NHL suspended New York Islanders forwards Trevor Gillies for nine games and Matt Martin for four and handed the club a $100,000 fine late Saturday night for their actions in a fight-filled win over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
New York Islanders left wing Matt Martin has been suspended by the NHL for two games for a blind-side check to the head of Phoenix forward Vernon Fiddler.
"We know it's worth someone's renovation money, but we didn't know who," said Matt Martin, executive director of the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership.
"Everyone in here wants to play hard and be successful and give management something to think about for next season," Martin said. "We're in a profession where no one's job is really safe, so if you want to play here, you've got to show it."