Mark Barberio

D / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Clears waivers, sent to St. John's

      News: Mark Barberio cleared waivers and was assigned to St. John's of the American Hockey League, Hockey Inside Out reports.
      Analysis: Mark Barberio failed to win a roster spot in training camp, losing out to Jarred Tinordi.
    • Placed on waviers

      News: Mark Barberio was placed on waivers by Montreal, Hockey Inside Out reports.
      Analysis: Mark Barberio lost out on the final blue-line job to the younger Jarred Tinordi, who would have needed to clear waivers in order to be assigned to the AHL. The Habs weren't ready to do that just yet.
    • Canadiens Sign Barberio To One-Year Deal

      News: Mark Barberio signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Canadiens on Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
      Analysis: Mark Barberio will likely be given the chance in training camp to compete for a spot as the Canadiens' seventh defenseman. The 25-year-old saw ice time in 52 games for the Lightning last season, providing one goal and six assists.
    • Ex-Bolt Barberio Hits Free Agency

      News: Mark Barberio was not tendered a qualifying offer on Monday, so he will become an unrestricted free agent on Wednesday.
      Analysis: Mark Barberio was in and out of the lineup for three seasons with the Bolts, getting six goals and 17 points in 103 games. He has great offensive upside, but his defensive deficiencies have limited his effectiveness. Still just 25 years old, Barberio could catch on as a bottom-pairing guy with another team and contribute to the second power-play unit.
    • Lightning's Barberio Will Play Friday

      News: Mark Barberio will be in the lineup Friday in Game 4 against the Rangers, Chris Johnston of SportsNet reports.
      Analysis: Mark Barberio is yet to play in the postseason, but he'll see his first action in Game 4, entering the lineup in the absence of Matt Carle.
    • Bolts' Barberio Active In Defeat

      News: Mark Barberio recorded an assist, two PIM, and five shots on goal in Thursday's shootout win over the Bruins.
      Analysis: The 24-year-old only has six points in 40 games this season, as the Lightning mostly count on him to supply toughness in his own end. While his offensive output isn't likely to notice much of an uptick, Mark Barberio should nonetheless be on tap for a regular lineup spot with Braydon Coburn set to miss the next 4-to-6 weeks with a lower-body injury.
    • Bolts' Barberio May See Increased Ice Time

      News: Mark Barberio may be in line for more consistent playing time now that Matt Carle is set for surgery on Tuesday.
      Analysis: Mark Barberio has been in and out of the lineup as a healthy scratch, but Carle's injury makes room for him to slot in and show his stuff. Right now, he's still not fantasy worthy as he tends to overthink things when he's on the ice. Watch and wait before you snag him off the wire.
    • Bolts' Barberio Gets Playing Time And Assist

      News: Mark Barberio played 16:13 and picked up an assist in Tuesday's loss to the Bruins. He had been a recent healthy scratch.
      Analysis: He actually slotted into the last two games and may see continued playing time after Victor Hedman suffered a lower-body injury Monday. He's not fantasy worthy yet, but he does have offensive upside.
    • Bolts' Barberio Healthy Scratch Again

      News: Mark Barberio will be a healthy scratch Friday.
      Analysis: He has impressed coach Jon Cooper of late, but is still prone to playing as though he's trying to avoid a mistake. "They (young players) play the game not to screw up," Cooper said. "It's hard to pull that out of a kid." It's kind of a rite of passage for a young player, although Mark Barberio will be 25 in November.
    • Bolts' Barberio Remains In And Out Of LIneup

      News: Mark Barberio continues to slot in and out of the lineup as a healthy scratch. He did pick up his first point of the season -- and assist -- Saturday against the Islanders.
      Analysis: Maybe it was the increased ice time (he skated 22:29 instead of his usual 14-16 minutes). His fantasy value is so depressed right now. It's really too bad -- the guy has offensive upside, but he won't get a real shot in Tampa Bay.
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