Marc-Andre Gragnani

D / New Jersey Devils / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Assigned to AHL Albany

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani (hip) cleared waivers Sunday and was assigned to AHL Albany, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
      Analysis: Marc-Andre Gragnani has been a career AHL player outside his last two seasons in Europe, so it's not a big surprise that he missed the cut once again. He'll now join AHL Albany and will serve as organizational depth.
    • Injurs hip flexor in practice

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani injured his hip flexor in Tuesday's practice, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
      Analysis: It's unclear as to the severity of the injury, but the 28-year-old has been a career AHL player and played the last two seasons in Europe. However, he's been a name to watch this preseason after 37 points in 49 games in the Swiss-A League. Depending upon how serious the injury is, it could put a damper on his chances of cracking the NHL roster.
    • Devils Sign Gragnani To Two-Way Deal

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Devils on Friday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
      Analysis: Marc-Andre Gragnani returns to North America after spending the last two seasons in Europe, most recently with Bern of the Swiss Elite League. He led all defensemen in the league with 37 points in 49 games, which was good enough to earn him another look from an NHL club. The 28-year-old previously appeared in 74 NHL contests with the Sabres, Canucks, and Hurricanes, but will likely have to bide his time at AHL Albany before a role with the Devils comes to fruition.
    • Canes Reassign Gragnani

      News: The Hurricanes reassigned Marc-Andre Gragnani to AHL Charlotte on Wednesday.
      Analysis: Marc-Andre Gragnani will return to the Checkers, where he is second among defensemen in scoring, after failing to record a point in his Hurricanes debut Tuesday.
    • Canes Recall Gragnani

      News: The Hurricanes recalled Marc-Andre Gragnani from AHL Charlotte on Monday.
      Analysis: Marc-Andre Gragnani will replace Michal Jordan, who was sent down to Charlotte on Monday. Gragnani has recorded 21 points in 33 games for the Checkers, but has also amassed a minus-8 rating.
    • Carolina Signs Gragnani

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani signed a one-year, two-way deal with Carolina on Wednesday worth $800,000,'s Renaud P. Lavoie reports.
      Analysis: With 15 points (two goals) in his last 58 NHL appearances, it seems safe to say that Marc-Andre Gragnani is unlikely to approach fantasy relevance in most league types.
    • Canucks Don't Extend Qualifying Offer To Gragnani

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani is set to become an unrestricted free agent after the Canucks opted not extend him a qualifying offer prior to Monday's deadline, the Vancouver Sun reports.
      Analysis: Marc-Andre Gragnani was one of the main pieces in the Cody Hodgson trade this past season, so it's a somewhat surprising that the Canucks didn't want to bring him back. The 25-year-old defenseman has totaled just 18 points in 73 career NHL games, but he should have his fair share of suitors once free agency opens.
    • Gragnani Nets First Goal With Canucks

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani netted his first goal as a Canuck in Saturday's win over the Flames.
      Analysis: Marc-Andre Gragnani has seen his role increase over the past couple of games with Kevin Bieksa out. The 25-year-old has picked up points in back-to-back games and could see a slightly expanded role as the Canucks try to get all of their veterans ready for the playoffs.
    • Press Box For Canucks' Gragnani

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani is expected to be a healthy scratch Saturday against the Blue Jackets, the Vancouver Sun reports.
      Analysis: He'll give way to Aaron Rome, who has been a healthy scratch the past three games. Marc-Andre Gragnani has been held pointless in his six appearances with the Canucks.
    • Canucks' Gragnani Held Scoreless In Canucks Debut

      News: Marc-Andre Gragnani was held scoreless in his Canucks debut Thursday night, but tallied 15:38 in ice time, including 1:40 on the power play.
      Analysis: Marc-Andre Gragnani isn't on the Canucks' first-team power play, but the team is deep enough that there's still a lot of value on the second-team man advantage.
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