|2011-12 Regular Season||Niagara IceDogs||42||80||2407||1001||1.99||0.926||30||9||0||2||0||10|
|2010-11 Regular Season||Niagara IceDogs||46||114||2714||1255||2.52||0.917||30||9||2||4||0||4|
|2009-10 Regular Season||Niagara IceDogs||55||160||3209||1637||2.99||0.911||24||26||0||5||0||0|
|2008-09 Regular Season||Niagara IceDogs||23||78||1099||528||4.26||0.871||5||11||2||1||0||0|
|2012 Playoffs||Niagara IceDogs||20||51||1217||548||2.51||0.915||13||7||0||0||0||0|
|2011 Playoffs||Niagara IceDogs||14||35||823||458||2.55||0.929||9||4||1||0||0||1|
|2010 Playoffs||Niagara IceDogs||5||18||305||168||3.54||0.903||1||3||1||0||0||0|
During the 2011-2012 regular season, Mark had a 30-9-2 record, with a 1.99 GAA and %92.6 save percentage.
In his 3rd year with the team since being drafted in the 3nd round of the 2008 OHL Draft, Mark has quickly become one of the games' best.
The Phoenix Coyotes 1st round selection in the 2010 NHL Draft (27th overall) is a star in the making, being named to the Team Canada junior squad in consecutive years, as well as being named the OHL's top goaltender in 2010.
Mark was one of five members of the IceDogs to play for Team Canada's bronze medal-winning at the 2011 World Junior hockey tournament.