No team has been hit harder this season in the injury department than the Pittsburgh Penguins. One of those big injuries was the broken hand that Paul Martin suffered playing for Team USA in Sochi. When the Penguins set out to clinch the Metropolitan Division title on Thursday in Winnipeg, Martin will be with them, playing his first game since before the Olympic break. Coach Dan Bylsma confirmed it after the decision was left to Martin. Martin's loss combined with that of Kris Letang has left the Penguins a bit thin on the blue line, especially given how much each of those two play. Rookie Olli Maatta has helped to fill their void as has Matt Niskanen but certainly as the playoffs are right around the corner, getting healthy is a big plus for Pittsburgh, especially considering how average the team has been for the past month. This season Martin has two goals and 10 assists in 33 games while averaging 24:23 of ice time per game.