Right-winger Thomas Martin played three games with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1967-68. Although his NHL tenure was short, he put up solid offensive numbers in junior, the WHA and the minors.
The Toronto native accumulated 74 goals in three seasons with the Toronto Marlboros and helped the team win the Memorial Cup in 1967. In addition to his three game stint with the Maple Leafs, Martin was recalled by the Tulsa Oilers for one CHL playoff game. Over the next three years he was a regular in the CHL and notched consecutive 20-goal seasons in 1970 and 1971.
Prior to the 1972-73 season, Martin signed with the Ottawa Nationals of the WHA. He was a key two-way player for them and remained with the franchise when it became the Toronto Toros the next season. After playing two years in Toronto, Martin sat out a year then played one season with MoDo AIK of Sweden before retiring in 1977.