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Topic - Paul Martin
The Penguins didn't even need Paul Martin's winning goal to win their division for the second year in a row.
Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma says defenseman Paul Martin had surgery to repair his broken right hand.
There was a lot of hype going into the Capitals-Penguins game, but only one team showed up. It wasn't the team in red.
"We don't know exactly what it's going to be like for a U.S. team in that situation," Martin said, "but we can't wait to find out."
"You forget the magnitude of the situation sometimes when this is what you do for a living, but the Olympics is something we've all wanted to do our whole lives," defenseman Paul Martin said. "It's not tough to get excited, and we just need to get focused."