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Executive Bios

  • Won his 1st Stanley Cup championship in 2016 in his 30th year of coaching in the NHL. Won his 2nd title a season later in 2017
  • Named assistant coach of the Penguins on Dec. 12, 2015 following the promotion of Mike Sullivan as head coach
  • Began the 2015-16 season as special assistant to the head coach
  • Previously served as a special advisor to GM Jim Rutherford in 2014-15 season and as an assistant coach in 2013-14
  • 1999 Jack Adams Award winner has won 613 games and made 12 playoff appearances in 17 seasons as an NHL head coach
  • Served as NHL head coach for St. Louis (1986-88), Ottawa (1995-04), Florida (2005-08) and Montreal (2009-12). Also served as an assistant coach with Chicago (1988-90) and Colorado (1990-96)
  • Won gold medals as an assistant coach for Team Canada at the 2002 Olympics and the 2004 World Cup of Hockey. Also served as assistant coach for the 2006 Canadian Olympic team
  • Coaching career began in the OHL in 1983 as an assistant coach for the Peterborough Petes. Martin won the OHL's Matt Layden Trophy as the league's top coach in his only season as bench boss after guiding the 1985-86 Guelph Platers to the Memorial Cup championship
  • Martin, 65, is a native of Saint-Pascal Baylon, Ontario

Playing Career

  • Played 2 seasons at St. Lawrence University (1972-74), appearing in 28 games as a goaltender