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Bottom-six potential with some offensive upside


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March 2022 – In 2021-2022, Marchment has completely flipped the script on his career trajectory to this point: he went from fringe NHLer to valuable point-per-game top-six forward on a Stanley Cup contender—leapfrogging other top Panthers prospects like Grigori Denisenko and Owen Tippett (now with Philadelphia) for playing time and opportunity in the process. At 26, this is an unbelievable achievement, and Marchment has become one of the biggest fantasy surprises of the season. On top of his scoring, which he’s done with almost no power play time, he’s also providing over two hits per game, giving his value a further boost in multi-category formats. His inflated shot and luck metrics suggest a decline is imminent, but his high IPP and relative Corsi For show that he has had a significant role driving play and manufacturing scoring chances on his line with Sam Reinhart and Anton Lundell. Although he came out of nowhere this year, Marchment’s success looks sustainable moving forward. Ben Gehrels

January 2021 – Marchment has earned a spot on the Panthers Taxi Squad for the 20-2021 season. Dave Hall

April 2020 – Having just turned 25 y/o, Marchment has solidified himself as a bubble NHLer/AHLer, meaning fantasy owners may want to look elsewhere for roster stability. However, if you’re a believer in Marchment or need some pluggers in your bottom-6, it may not be bad to hold onto him. Keith Fries

February 2020 – Marchment was traded to the Florida Panthers in exchange for Dennis Malgin. Marchment will likely play on the Panthers fourth line in the near future. Pat Quinn

February 2020 – Marchment was quickly returned to the AHL after injuries got him an audition with the big club. He’s currently on a tear with the Marlies thanks to 6 points (all goals!) his his last 3 contests, all of which were scored from the high-traffic areas between the faceoff dots or right in the crease. Expect longer tryouts in 2020-21. Hayden Soboleski

January 2020 – Marchment finally returned to action in the Marlies but it was short-lived as he is now playing for the Maple Leafs. His call-up was slightly unexpected given his modest 4 points in 11 games while some of his peers are having strong seasons, but his size and physical element are rare within the organization and he’s put in serious work with skill coaches to improve his skating. He’s seeing under 7 minutes aTOI in his 3 NHL games so far so his 1 SOG/game rate and single assist over this span aren’t bad. He’ll be in contention for a full-time 4th line role for 2020-21, but enjoy a short streak of peripheral production for now until the Leafs get healthy up front. Hayden Soboleski

November 2019 – After sustaining an undiclosed injury in training camp, Marchment has resumed skating in a non-contact jersey with the Marlies. There is no timeline for his return, but his injury may have done fantasy damage as newcomer Korshkov is playing extremely well and may have leapfrogged him as the go-to net-front power forward. Hayden Soboleski

April 2019 – Marchment returned from injury just in time for playoffs, and put up one point in the Marlies’ first-round sweep of Rochester. He is being used in the top-six and isn’t shying away from the front of the net, so he seems to be fully recovered. Hayden Soboleski

February 2019 – Amid another strong AHL campaign in which he has racked up 23 points, 56 PIMS, and 89 SOG in 40 games (plus some powerplay time for good measure), Marchment has suffered a broken collarbone and is estimated to be out 2-3 months at this time. This is terrible news for the multi-category fantasy forward, and owners will have to hope for a full recovery. Hayden Soboleski

March 2018 –  Marchment is one of those players that has managed to carve out a role for himself despite never being drafted. He has good size at 6 foot 4 inches and 200 pounds. Marchment does throw his weight around and is prepared to drop the gloves if needed. While not seen as a goal scorer his had work has been paying off as he has now 10 goals and 13 assists in 40 games with the Marlies. The Leafs just rewarded Marchment for his solid play signing him to a two-year entry level contract starting in the 2018-19 season. Marchment is still a bit away from the NHL but could find himself playing an energy role for the Leafs on the 4th Line. He plays a game very similar to the style of play to a Leo Komarov. Brian Harling

March 2018 – Mason Marchment is the son of Bryan Marchment.  He was not drafted and has worked his way up the pecking order wih his solid play.  He started in the ECHL with the Orlando Solar Bears after graduating from OHL after stints with the Hamilton Bulldogs and the Missassaga Steelheads . He continues to work very hard and did get to play in a few preseason games.  He has played a solid role wit the Marlies where he uses his size very effectively. Has modest offense skills but is solid in corners and in front of the net. Brian Harling

Fantasy Upside 6.0
NHL Certainty 9.0
Country CAN
Position LW
Roster Type NHL
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth March 6, 1995
Height 6‘4”
Weight 200 lbs
Drafted No


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2011-2012 Central Ontario Wolves U18 AAAETAHL U1834 12 820 24|        
 2012-2013 Central Ontario Wolves U18 AAAETAHL U1827 23 1639 54|        
 2013-2014 Cobourg CougarsOJHL51 22 2143 84|Playoffs11 1 56 11 
 2014-2015 Erie OttersOHL54 8 1826 29|Playoffs10 0 11
 2015-2016 Brantford BulldogsOHL34 10 2333 30|        
  Mississauga SteelheadsOHL27 10 818 22|Playoffs7 2 35
  Toronto MarliesAHL3 0 00 0|        
 2016-2017 Toronto MarliesAHL9 1 01 6|        
  Orlando Solar BearsECHL35 14 620 27|Playoffs7 1 45 11 
 2017-2018 Toronto MarliesAHL44 11 1526 36|Playoffs20 6 39 18 
 2018-2019 Toronto MarliesAHL44 13 1225 60|Playoffs13 4 37 22 
 2019-2020 Toronto Maple LeafsNHL4 0 11 0|        
  Toronto MarliesAHL24 13 518 28|        
  Springfield ThunderbirdsAHL6 0 22 8|        
 2020-2021 Florida PanthersNHL33 2 810 18|Playoffs6 2 02
 2021-2022 Florida PanthersNHL54 18 2947 53|Playoffs4 1 01
 2022-2023 Dallas StarsNHL68 12 1931 80|Playoffs18 4 26 18 
 2023-2024 Dallas StarsNHL80 21 3152 54|