Martin is averaging 7:59 of ice time in his last 10 outings. Unsurprisingly, Martin's limited opportunities to get onto the ice have affected his ability to tally points as he has just one goal in those 10 contests. During this stretch the winger has still managed to dish out 28 hits, which is the primary contribution the Ontario native will make for fantasy owners.
Martin tallied three assists in Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Blues. Martin was gifted two new linemates on the fourth line -- Tyler Bozak and Mitch Marner -- and he merely had to keep his stick on the ice to pick up points. This will be fleeting, so don't snap him off the wire. He'll be back to his usual linemates soon enough.
Martin (undisclosed) will return to action versus San Jose on Monday, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic Toronto reports. Martin slides back into the game-day lineup after a brief one-game absence due to his undisclosed malady. Prior to getting hurt, the winger tallied a goal and an assist in his previous pair of outings. With the Ontario native cleared for action, Josh Leivo will once again find himself watching from the press box.
Martin (undisclosed) will not play in Saturday's clash with the visiting Flyers, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic Toronto reports. Whatever is bothering Martin does not appear to be a significant concern, as this latest report notes that the hard-hitting forward will rejoin the lineup for Monday's game against the Sharks.
Martin scored his fifth goal of the season in Thursday's 5-0 win over the Lightning. Martin won't deliver many points, but he has put together a modest two-game point streak (a goal and an assist). He's managed to earn consistent ice time on the fourth line, seeing about 10 or 11 minutes on ice each game. Martin's value is restricted to leagues that count hits -- he still sits second in the NHL with 257.
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