Paul Martin

#7D,
G
4
A
22
Pts
26
+/-
10
PPP
0
SOG
57
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 200
Born:
Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Draft: 2000 2nd round (62nd pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Sharks add assistant Barr as ‘eye in the sky’
    ProHockeyTalk

    Sharks add assistant Barr as ‘eye in the sky’

    The San Jose Sharks added experienced assistant Dave Barr to Peter DeBoer’s coaching staff on Wednesday. The team noted that Barr will serves as the Sharks’ “eye-in-the-sky” during the 2017-18 season. DeBoer has experience with Barr, as he served as an assistant during the New Jersey Devils’ run to the 2012 Stanley Cup Final. Barr was also part of that mess with the Florida Panthers last season. Beyond that, Barr is quite experienced, as you can see from the team’s summary of his recent coaching travels: Barr has spent the past nine seasons coaching in various capacities in the NHL, serving most recently as an associate coach of the Florida Panthers during the 2016-17 season. Prior to his time

  • WATCH: Golf legend Jack Nicklaus takes up hockey at Canadian golf tournament
    CBS Sports

    WATCH: Golf legend Jack Nicklaus takes up hockey at Canadian golf tournament

    What is it with celebrity athletes doing everything but golfing at golf tournaments? First, the San Jose Sharks' Joe Pavelski had Stephen Curry and Aaron Rodgers cheering him on for basketball and football drills at the American Century Championship. And now Jack Nicklaus has been spotted taking up hockey on the links. The legendary golfer donned a sweater and a stick as part of the promotion for Ontario's 2017 RBC Canadian Open on Tuesday, and he didn't stop there. He took himself a few shots, too, driving the puck at a seventh hole with an ice-hockey theme. The stunt marked the first time Nicklaus held a hockey stick, according to NHL.com.

  • Top 250 fantasy hockey rankings
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    Top 250 fantasy hockey rankings

    Sean Allen Special to ESPN.com Sean Allen is a fantasy analyst for ESPN.com. He was the 2008 and 2009 Fantasy Sports Writers Association Hockey Writer of the Year. You can tweet him @seanard. Follow on Twitter I'm straying from the usual format for Open Ice to focus on the final week of the season. I have a quick preview of the week ahead for all the teams still in the playoff hunt, followed by some quick hits from those already out of contention. The idea is to get as much information out in this final week of the season, which will decide your fantasy hockey league title. Yes, there are rankings this week. But they are volatile, fluid, wacky and disposable. In trying to account for a top 250,