Mark Fistric

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

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Ducks' Fistric Placed on Waivers

    News: The Ducks placed Mark Fistric on waivers Sunday for the purpose of his release, James Mirtle of The Globe and Mail reports.
    Analysis: Mark Fistric appeared in just nine games for Anaheim this season, but had little chance of cracking the team's top-six ranks during the 2015-16 campaign. The Ducks will buy out the final two years on his three-year contract, allowing him to become a free agent once he goes unclaimed off waivers.
  • Ducks' Fistric Recalled From AHL Norfolk

    News: Mark Fistric was recalled from AHL Norfolk on Sunday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Mark Fistric spent most of the 2014-15 campaign with Norfolk, accruing a goal and seven points over 34 games. Though he did log nine appearances with the parent club earlier this season, the Ducks are back to full health on the blue line heading into the second round of the playoffs, which will make it difficult for Fistric to earn ice time.
  • Ducks' Fistric Clears, Heads To Minors

    News: Mark Fistric cleared waivers and was reassigned to AHL Norfolk on Wednesday,'s Curtis Zupke reports.
    Analysis: Mark Fistric had been a healthy scratch for every Ducks game since Dec. 22 and was no longer needed on the 23-man roster. He'll have an opportunity to play regularly in the minors, but the Ducks will likely only bring him back in the event of an injury to one of their blueliners.
  • Ducks Place Fistric On Waivers

    News: Mark Fistric was placed on waivers Tuesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
    Analysis: With seven other healthy defenseman already on the roster, Mark Fistric, who hadn't played since Dec. 22, was deemed expendable. He failed to produce a single point in nine games this season and could be sent to AHL Norfolk if he clears waivers.
  • Ducks Activate Fistric

    News: Mark Fistric was activated in advance of Wednesday's game against the Flyers, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
    Analysis: The Ducks welcomed back both Mark Fistric and Clayton Stoner (mumps) back from IR, amounting to a rare dose of good news for a blueline that's been beaten up badly this season. Fistric profiles as a stay-at-home defender, which will make it difficult for him to offer much impact in fantasy leagues.
  • Ducks' Fistric Nearing Return

    News: Mark Fistric (back) could be activated from IR to play Wednesday against the Flyers, Janis Carr of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Coach Bruce Boudreau would only call it an "outside possibility" that Mark Fistric would play, but his return would be a welcome development after the Ducks lost yet another blueliner to injury in Eric Brewer, who suffered a foot ailment late in Monday's game. Fistric has been limited to just three games this season.
  • Ducks' Fistric Practices

    News: Mark Fistric (back) practiced with the team Saturday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: The blueliner has been on injured reserve for more than three weeks now but appears to finally be nearing a return. He failed to record a point in three games before suffering the injury.
  • Ducks' Fistric Has Lower-Back Injury

    News: Mark Fistric is day-to-day with a lower-back injury, Helene Elliot of the LA Times reports.
    Analysis: Mark Fistric went back to Anaheim on Friday, though the team has placed him on IR. The injury isn't believed to be serious. Josh Manson will make his NHL debut in Fistric's absence.
  • Ducks' Fistric Leaves With Upper-Body Injury

    News: Coach Bruce Boudreau said Mark Fistric wasn't close to returning after leaving Thursday's contest with an upper body injury, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Mark Fistric's status for Friday's game is questionable at this point, which could open the door for Josh Manson to make his NHL debut. The team may reveal more information on the situation in the future, but for now Fistric should be considered day-to-day.
  • Ducks' Fistric Could Make Season Debut Wednesday

    News: Mark Fistric participated on a regular pairing at morning skate and looks set to enter the lineup Wednesday against the Sabres, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: A healthy scratch for the Ducks' first six games, Mark Fistric will ready himself for his season debut, which comes just days after coach Bruce Boudreau hinted that he wanted to get the blueliner into the lineup. He's projected to see limited minutes on the Ducks' third pairing with Clayton Stoner, before reprising his role as the club's seventh defenseman thereafter.