I really hope we can keep fistric. A lot of you don't feel as that good of an asset, but having one of the best hitters in the NHL is a huge gift.
I'm more of a Fistric fan than most here but this is one case where the organization has repeatedly shown lack of faith in playing the guy full time. He's likely going to be a victim of circumstance with all of the prospect talent coming along. Dillon will probably be a regular and if he can show consistency in a physical game that makes the decision to get rid of Fistric that much easier, especially if Nemeth shows he can adapt to North American ice relatively quickly (I think he will).