The answer to your question is yes. The cpu heatsink will fit in the Coolermaster HAF 922 case. That case is wider than a standard atx case. You will not have any problems.
The real problem we usually see is the use of memory modules with extra tall heatspreaders that sort of look like a comb. If the memory slots on the motherboard are too close to the cpu, the those extra tall memory heatspreaders will interfere with the heatsink. You're in luck. The memory modules you selected have standard heatspreaders and will not interfere with the heatsink.
Here's a handy tip - Install the memory first, then install the heatsink. It's a lot easier that way. It saves any frustration if the heatsink fan is over the memory module closest to the cpu.