Mark Bell

C / Anaheim Ducks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Ducks Send Bell To AHL

    News: Mark Bell was assigned to the AHL on Friday, AnaheimDucks.com reports.
    Analysis: Mark Bell has averaged just 6:26 in ice time over five NHL games this year, so he appears a ways off from securing any substantial role in Anaheim.
  • Sparse Playing Time For Bell In Debut With Ducks

    News: Mark Bell played just 4:45 Saturday in his debut with the Ducks without registering a point.
    Analysis: Mark Bell was on the fourth line and wasn't involved much in the team's offense, not getting a shot on net. He replaced the injured Matt Beleskey, who was out with a hand injury.
  • Ducks Recall Bell

    News: The Ducks recalled Mark Bell from AHL Syracuse on Friday, according to the team's official Twitter page.
    Analysis: Mark Bell has not played in the NHL since 2008, but he will get the nod after signing with the Ducks this offseason. Bell totaled 13 points (5G, 8A) and 33 PIM in 32 games with Syracuse this season, so he won't offer much besides a few penalty minutes.
  • Ducks' Bell Sent To Syracuse

    News: The Ducks have assigned Mark Bell to Syracuse (AHL), the Ducks' official site reports.
    Analysis: After signing a one-year deal with Anaheim last summer, this is a disappointing development for Mark Bell. He had a productive couple of years in Switzerland, but it looks like his NHL comeback must wait.
  • Bell Signs With Ducks

    News: Bell has signed a one-year contract with the Ducks, the Los Angeles Times reports.
    Analysis: Bell spent the past two years with Kloten in Switzerland's top league, scoring 29 goals and 52 points in 80 games over the span. The former No. 8 overall pick will now attempt a comeback with the Ducks, but given his how his production tailed off in his last couple of NHL seasons, take a wait-and-see approach.
  • Flyers release veteran Bell

    News: The Flyers released veteran forward Mark Bell on Monday. He was in camp on a tryout basis. He had one assist in two preseason games.
    Analysis: Bell, 29, scored a career-high 25 goals with the Blackhawks in 2005-06, but has struggled to get his career untracked after pleading no contest to a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident three years ago that required him to work in a California prison for 11 weeks. The eighth pick overall in the 1998 NHL draft, Bell spent all of last season in the AHL, netting 18 goals in 74 games for the Toronto Marlies and Hartford Wolf Pack. Until he is back in the NHL full time, he has no Fantasy appeal.
  • Flyers to give Bell a long look

    News: The Sports Xchange reports Flyers forward Danny Briere will make the switch from center to right wing, but with the losses of Mike Knuble and Joffrey Lupul, it's pretty thin after that at right wing. Feisty forwards Daniel Carcillo and Arron Asham can play the right side and the Flyers will give training camp invitee Mark Bell a good look as well.
    Analysis: Bell, 29, scored a career-high 25 goals with the Blackhawks in 2005-06, but has struggled to get his career untracked after pleading no contest to a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident three years ago that required him to work in a California prison for 11 weeks. The eighth pick overall in the 1998 NHL draft, Bell spent all of last season in the AHL, netting 18 goals in 74 games for the Toronto Marlies and Hartford Wolf Pack. Even if Bell makes the Flyers' roster, as a lower-line forward, he is going to have marginal Fantasy appeal Draft Day.
  • Bell headed back to AHL

    News: Mark Bell is headed back to the American Hockey League. The New York Rangers have assigned the 28-year-old forward to Hartford. Bell was claimed off waivers from the Toronto Maple Leafs last Wednesday and didn't appear in a game for the Rangers.
    Analysis: Bell appeared in 56 games for the AHL's Toronto Marlies this season before being claimed off waivers. The former first-round draft pick has played 445 career NHL games with Chicago, San Jose and Toronto. He has 87 goals and 182 points. Bell is not worth owning in Fantasy at this time.
  • Bell signed by Rangers

    News: TheRangers picked up forward Mark Bell off re-entry waivers from the Maple Leafs on Wednesday. The rest of his $2.5 million contract will be split between the Rangers and Leafs. Bell, who played in the AHL with the Toronto Marlies this season, will be an unrestricted free agent this summer.
    Analysis: The 28-year-old player arrived in Toronto from San Jose as part of the Vesa Toskala trade at the NHL draft in 2007. He was suspended 15 games by the league after pleading no contest to drunk driving and hit-and-run charges in California in 2007. In 445 career games with Chicago, San Jose and Toronto, he has 87 goals and 182 points. Bell is not worth owning in Fantasy yet and likely won't be this season.
  • Bell has six January goals in AHL

    News: Maple Leafs minor leaguer Mark Bell has been on a scoring surge for Toronto of the AHL in January. He opened the month with three goals in his first two games, but then went without a score over the next three games. He has started to heat up again, however, with a goal in three straight games. He has 10 goals, 12 assists and a minus-3 rating in 42 games this season.
    Analysis: Bell was banished to the AHL in October and hasn't been back up since. Bell once had a burgeoning career, but then a few personal mishaps got him off track and now he is desperately trying to prove his worth. Until Bell makes it back to the show, he has no Fantasy value.
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