For over 850 NHL games, Paul Martin has been a player that can be counted on to make a difference. It’s a well-earned reputation, and one that extends far beyond the hockey arena. On September 3 in Minneapolis, Martin hosted his first annual charity concert for Shine A Ligh7, which helps raise awareness for those affected by bullying, depression, and mental health issues.
It might not be the Stanley Cup, but winning Da Beauty League’s John Scott Cup is a pretty big deal to the nearly 30 NHL players vying for it.
Injuries have kept Paul Martin from wearing the USA sweater in the past, but the rearguard is ready to go for the Sochi Games.
The players suiting-up in Sochi tell us what other Olympic events they’ll be following in Russia.