Marino registered a power-play assist in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Canadiens in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
Marino had the secondary helper on Jason Zucker's first-period goal. The 23-year-old Marino added three blocked shots and two PIM in the contest to go with his first career playoff point. The blueliner produced 26 points in 56 games during the regular season.
Marino (face) will return to the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Senators.
Marino has missed Pittsburgh's last 11 games while recovering from the facial surgery he underwent Feb. 10, but he's been a full participant at practice since Thursday, so he shouldn't have any limitations against the Senators. The 22-year-old American is expected to return to a significant role, skating on the Penguins' second pairing and second power-play unit Tuesday.
Marino (face) will be a game-time call for Tuesday's matchup with Ottawa.
Marino missed the last 11 contests after taking a puck to the face but appears to be nearing a return to action. The Massachusetts native figures to slot into the second pairing alongside Marcus Pettersson based on Monday's practice session, per Sam Kasan of Pens Inside Scoop. Prior to getting hurt, the youngster notched two points in his previous two contests and should be capable of reaching the 30-point mark.
Marino (face) took part in Thursday's practice session in a regular jersey but is still working his way back to 100 percent. When asked about the blueliner's timeline, coach Mike Sullivan told reporters, "We have a sense. I'm just not going to share it. But obviously, the fact that they're participating in full contact, that's really encouraging, " Matt Vensel of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Before he can get back into the lineup, Marino will need to be activated off injured reserve. Based on Sullivan's comments, it seems unlikely Marino will suit up for Friday's clash with Anaheim, though the fact that he traveled with the team is a good indication that he could be back sooner rather than later.
Marino (face) is wearing a full-contact jersey during Thursday's practice.
Marino will likely be wearing a full face shield for a while, but the fact that he's been cleared for contact suggests he could be ready to rejoin the lineup as soon as Friday against Anaheim. The rookie blueliner has notched 25 points while posting a plus-14 rating in 51 games this campaign.
Marino (face) was designated for injured reserve Wednesday.
Marino is expected to be sidelined for at least three weeks, so his placement on IR was only a matter of time. With the extra roster spot, the Penguins brought up Zach Trotman from AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Prior to getting hurt, the 22-year-old Marino was having a fantastic rookie campaign, as he's racked up five goals, 20 helpers and 58 shots while averaging 20:19 of ice time.
Marino had a successful surgery on his face Monday and is expected to miss 3-6 weeks.
Marino fractured facial bones in Thursday's game against the Lightning after taking a deflected Steven Stamkos shot up high. His lengthy recovery timeline suggests his imminent placement on injured reserve in the coming days. The 22-year-old had been enjoying a breakout season in his first year, notching 25 points and a plus-14 rating while averaging 20:19 of ice time in 51 games. While Marino is sidelined, Juuso Riikola and a possible call-up from AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton are the likely candidates to replace him in the lineup.
Marino (face) will have surgery Monday to repair facial fractures suffered against the Lightning on Thursday, Dave Molinari of DKPittsburghSports.com reports.
This is just the latest injury blow for the Penguins, who have seen Justin Schultz, Brian Dumoulin (ankle) and Kris Letang spend time on injured reserve this year. The team didn't provide a specific recovery timeline, but fantasy owners can likely expect Marino to miss at least a week or two. With the Massachusetts native unavailable, Juuso Riikola figures to get a look on the blue line while Zach Trotman and Kevin Czuczman should be the leading candidates for a promotion from AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Marino (face) won't play in Saturday's game against the Panthers.
Marino will be held out for precautionary reasons as the Penguins' medical staff determines whether surgery is required. The defenseman will be evaluated once the team returns home to Pittsburgh on Monday. The 22-year-old has been impressive in his rookie season, collecting 25 points across 51 appearances.
Marino suffered broken bones in his face after being struck with a puck during Thursday's game against Tampa Bay, Seth Rorabaugh of TribLive.com reports.
The Penguins are still determining if Marino's injury will require surgery, but either way, the 22-year-old blueliner is clearly facing an extended absence. Juuso Riikola will have a regular spot in Pittsburgh's lineup until Marino is ready to return.
Marino wasn't at practice Friday due to the upper-body injury he sustained against Tampa Bay on Thursday. Coach Mike Sullivan told reporters, "He is being further evaluated for precautionary reasons."
Marino has put together a fantastic rookie campaign, racking up five goals and 20 helpers in 51 outings. If the youngster is unable to play in Saturday's matchup with the Panthers, it would likely open the door for Juuso Riikola to jump back into the lineup.
Marino left Thursday's loss to Tampa Bay in the third period and didn't return due to an upper-body injury.
The 22-year-old was hit in the face by a Steven Stamkos shot late in the third period. Coach Mike Sullivan said following the loss that Marino should be okay and is being evaluated by team doctors. Marino scored his fifth goal of the season in the game and is now up to 25 points in 51 games this campaign. Expect the team to update the blueliner's status ahead of Saturday's game against Florida.
Marino snagged an assist against the Capitals on Sunday.
Despite logging 2:52 of ice time with the man advantage Sunday, Marino's marker came at even strength and ended a five-game pointless streak. The youngster is still looking for his first goal since Dec. 17 versus Calgary, a run of 18 outings without finding the back of the net. Once Brian Dumoulin (ankle) returns to the lineup, Marino's defensive partner could change which might help him produce more in the offensive end.
Marino garnered an assist against the Wild on Tuesday.
Marino is goalless in his last 12 outings but has racked up eight helpers over that stretch. Among his fellow rookies, Marino is sitting ninth in the league in points (23) and third for defensemen behind Cale Makar and Quinn Hughes. Even once Justin Schultz (lower body) and Brian Dumoulin (ankle) return to the lineup, Marino should continue to log consistent minutes on the Pens' blue line.
Marino recorded two assists and two shots on goal in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Avalanche.
Marino helped out on the first and last goals for the Penguins. He's now posted seven assists in his last eight games. The 22-year-old blueliner is up to 22 points, 55 shots, 60 blocked shots and 58 hits through 42 contests. He's earned a top-four role through strong play at both ends of the ice, and fantasy attention should soon follow.
Marino picked up a power-play assist and two PIM in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Golden Knights.
Marino continues to do good work -- his assist Tuesday got him to the 20-point mark in 41 appearances. A 40-point pace for a full season is nothing to sneeze at from a rookie blueliner. Marino has added 53 shots on goal, 57 hits, 59 blocked shots and a plus-14 rating.
Marino earned an assist in Sunday's 4-1 defeat to the Panthers.
While Marino remains bogged down in an eight-game goal drought, he has notched four helpers over that stretch while averaging 20:49 of ice time. The rookie defenseman currently finds himself paired up with Marcus Pettersson in the Pens' second pairing with Brian Dumoulin (ankle) and Justin Schultz (lower body) sidelined. While Marino's partner might change once (if) the blue line gets healthy, he is a lock for the lineup after impressing team brass throughout the first half of the season. With 19 points in 40 contests, the 22-year-old could certainly push for the 40-point mark this year, making him a top-end fantasy option.
Marino notched an assist, three hits and two blocked shots in Monday's 5-2 win over the Senators.
Marino set up Patric Hornqvist for an insurance tally in the second period. The 22-year-old defenseman has assists in each of the last three games. For the year, he's earned 18 points, 56 hits and a plus-16 rating in 37 contests.
Marino registered a goal, an assist and a plus-3 rating in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Flames.
The rookie blueliner tied the game with his goal at 12:13 of the second period and later helped out on Evgeni Malkin's empty-netter in the third. Marino also had three shots on goal, three hits, three blocked shots and two PIM. The 22-year-old is up to 15 points, a plus-12 rating and 48 shots on goal through 32 games.
Marino recorded just one shot against the Kings on Saturday, despite logging 1:16 of ice time with the man advantage.
Marino continues to log big minutes for the club, as he also played 1:57 on the penalty kill for a total of 23:44 of ice time. The youngster has been playing with Kris Letang on Pittsburgh's top line, but he will likely move back a pairing once Brian Dumoulin (ankle) is cleared to play.
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