Mark Barberio
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 03/23/1990
AGE: 26
DRAFTED: TBL: 2008-152 overall
 2013-14 SEASON: Skated in 49 games with the Lightning, posting 5 goals and 10 points to go along with 28 penalty minutes…Ranked 4th (tie-DeKeyser) among rookie defensemen in the NHL with a +10 rating…Recorded a plus or even rating in 40 of his 49 games…Became the 2nd Lightning player in franchise history on Jan. 19 at CAR to score his 1st 2 goals in the same game (Stamkos – Oct. 30, 2008 vs. BUF)…Recorded his 1st career NHL point (assist) on Nov. 2 vs. STL…2014 Playoffs: Made his Stanley Cup playoffs debut, skating in two games with the Lightning against Montreal. 

2012-13 SEASON: Made his Lightning debut on 4/9 vs. OTT…Played 2 games for the Lightning skating in a career high 16:47 on 4/11 vs. PIT…Played in 73 games for Syracuse scoring 8 goals while collecting 34 assists…His 42 points ranked 4th on the team in scoring…Led defensemen in scoring on Syracuse…Ranked 6th overall among defensemen in the AHL in points…Tied for 3rd in the AHL among defensemen in assists with 34…Skated in 18 Calder Cup playoff games with Syracuse, recording 3 goals and 15 points to go along with 18 penalty minutes…Led all Crunch defensemen in playoff scoring…2011-12: Played in 74 games with Norfolk, recording 13 goals and 61 points to go along with 39 penalty minutes…Led the AHL amongst all defensemen in assists (48) and points…Won the Eddie Shore Award as the league’s top defenseman…Ranked 3rd in the AHL with a plus-28 rating…Named to the 2011-12 AHL First-All-Star Team…Won the Calder Cup, recording two goals and 9 points in 18 games during the playoffs… 2010-11: Played in his 1st professional season with Norfolk of the AHL after spending the previous 4 seasons in the QMJHL…Skated in 68 games with the Admirals, recording 9 goals, 22 assists and 31 points…Ranked 2nd among all Norfolk defensemen in goals and points…Led all Admirals blue-liners in assists…Junior Career: Appeared in 261 career games with Cape Breton and Moncton of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, amassing 46 goals, 168 points and plus-53 rating…Recorded career highs with a team-leading 17 goals among Wildcat defensemen, 43 assists and 60 points in 2009-10…His 60 point total that season ranked 4th on the team and 2nd among Moncton defensemen…Also in 2009-10, led Moncton in plus-minus rating with a plus-39 and was tied for the team lead in game-winning goals…Ranked 2nd in the QMJHL among defensemen in game-winning goals, while finishing 5th in points and assists and 6th for goals…Registered 5 goals and 22 points in 21 contests during the 2009-10 QMJHL playoffs, leading all league defensemen in playoff points, assists and was 2nd in playoff goals…Finished 2nd overall in the 2009-10 playoffs in assists and was 7th in points among all skaters as he helped Moncton to the QMJHL Championship, while also appearing in 3 games during the Memorial Cup…Participated in the 2010 QMJHL All-Star Game and also was selected to represent the QMJHL at the 2009 Canada-Russia Super Series…In 2008-09, recorded the 2nd-highest totals of his career for games played with 66 and goals with 15…His 45 points was the 6th-highest total on the team and ranked 1st among team defensemen, while also ranking 7th among all league defensemen…Selected to participate in the 2007 Canada-Russia Challenge…Also set a career high in games played with 70 and penalty minutes with 75 in 2007-08…Made his junior debut in 2006-07…Was traded from Cape Breton to Moncton on 1/8/07…Named to the 2006-07 QMJHL All-Rookie team.