Mark Fistric
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 06/01/1986
DRAFTED: DAL: 2004-28 overall
Traded to Edmonton by Dallas for Edmonton's 3rd round choice (Niklas Hansson) in 2013 Entry Draft, January 14, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, August 20, 2013. Missed majority of 2013-14 as a healthy reserve and due to lower-body injury vs. Los Angeles, March 15, 2014.

2013-14: Appeared in his seventh NHL season, his first with Anaheim…collected 1-4=5 points with a +9 rating and 28 PIM in 34 games…finished second on the team in hits (142)…had a plus-or-even rating in 13 of his last 14 games (+7)…missed the final 14 games of the regular season with a lower-body injury, Mar. 18-Apr. 13…logged a season-best 21:33 TOI in a 4-2 win on Jan. 30 vs. PHI and was credited with a season-high nine hits during the Stadium Series game at Dodger Stadium against LA on Jan. 25…recorded three assists in a four-game stretch (0-3=3), Jan. 15-23…appeared in his 300th career NHL game, Jan. 3 vs. EDM…scored his first goal as a Duck and fourth of his career in a 5-2 victory, Dec. 7 @ STL…tied his career high with a +3 rating in a 5-2 win, Nov. 29 vs. CGY…earned an assist in his Anaheim debut, Oct. 2 @ COL…PLAYOFFS: Made his first appearance in the Stanley Cup Playoffs since 2008, going scoreless with six PIM in five games vs. DAL and LA.

CAREER: Signed a three-year contract extension through the 2016-17 season, Jan. 29, 2014…signed by Anaheim to a one-year contract through 2013-14, Aug. 20, 2013…2012-13: Appeared in his sixth NHL season, his first with Edmonton…was traded from Dallas to Edmonton for a third-round selection in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, Jan. 14…earned 0-6=6 points with a +6 rating and 32 PIM in 25 games…ranked third on Edmonton in plus/minus (+6) and hits (88), and fifth in PIM and blocked shots (53)…tied his career high in both points and assists with his second career multi-point/assist game (0-2=2), Apr. 27 vs. VAN…logged a season-high 21:15 TOI, Feb. 23 vs. PHX…2011-12: Appeared in his fifth NHL season with Dallas…earned 0-2=2 points with 41 PIM in 60 games…played in his 200th NHL game, Oct. 10 vs. PHX…2010-11: Appeared in his fourth NHL season with Dallas…earned 2-3=5 points with 44 PIM in 57 games…scored goals in back to back games, Dec. 28 vs. NSH and Dec. 29 vs. DET…2009-10: Appeared in his third NHL season with Dallas…earned 1-9=10 points with a +27 rating and 69 PIM in 67 games…scored his first career NHL goal, Oct. 22 vs. LA…recorded career highs in points, assists, plus/minus (+27) and PIM (69)…notched a career-high 15 PIM, Jan. 27 vs. CGY…earned two separate career high two-game point streaks, Jan. 6-Jan. 8 and Jan. 27-Jan. 29…2008-09: Appeared in his second season with Dallas…earned 0-4=4 points with 42 PIM in 36 games…notched a career-high six shots, Feb. 26 vs. STL…recorded a career-high 24:53 TOI, Apr. 10 vs. ANA…2007-08: Appeared in his first NHL season with Dallas…made it into the Conference Finals with the Stars, going scoreless in nine games before the team lost in six games to DET…scored his first career NHL point (assist) in his fourth game, Jan. 2 vs. DET…recorded a career-high +3 rating, Jan. 17 vs. SJ…made his NHL debut, Dec. 23 vs. MTL…2006-07: Made his professional debut with Iowa (AHL), scoring 2-22=24 points with a +3 rating and 83 PIM in 80 games…reached the second round of the AHL playoffs, going scoreless in 12 games…Miscellaneous: Played five seasons with the Vancouver Giants (WHL) from 2001-06, earning 11-47=58 points with a +2 rating and 453 PIM in 214 games…his best season was 2005-06 when he had 7-22=29 points with a +30 rating and 148 PIM…made the WHL playoffs four times with Vancouver, recording 2-12=14 points with an even rating and 86 PIM in 44 games…won the WHL championship with Vancouver in 2005-06…appeared in five games of the Memorial Cup, going scoreless with 22 PIM.

PERSONAL: Mark and his wife, Geena, have two sons:  Myles (2) and Oliver, who was born in March 2014…enjoys playing golf, watching movies and playing video games…grew up in Edmonton, Alberta…his favorite player growing up was Scott Stevens…his best hockey moment was winning the WHL championship and playing in the Memorial Cup…Twitter handle is @Fistric45.