Tobias Rieder News
Rieder (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Rieder missed Thursday’s game in Vancouver, but was on the ice for the morning skate today and will be a game-time decision tonight vs. San Jose. Rieder, who has four goals and three assists in 14 games will be replaced by Dylan Strome if he can’t play.
Rieder (lower-body) will likely return on Tuesday; officially listed as a game-time decision.
Rieder missed last Thursday’s game vs. the Predators, but played on Friday. Rieder is listed as a game-tie decision, so monitor his status when the Coyotes hit the ice for the warmups at 8:30 p.m. ET. Despite being listed as a game-time decision it seems very likely that Rieder will play—he has five points (2G / 3A) in 10 games this season.
Rieder (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Rieder missed Thursday’s game vs. the Predators, but could be available in Anaheim tonight. Rieder, who has five points (2G / 3A) in nine games is listed as a game-time decision. Monitor his status during pregame warmups at 9:300 p.m. ET.
Rieder (lower-body) is questionable for Thursday’s game.
Rieder missed the Coyotes’ morning skate because of a lower-body injury, making him questionable for tonight’s game vs.the Predators. Monitor Rieder’s status leading up to puck-drop—he has five points (2G / 3A) in nine games this season.
Rieder cleared up his work visa and will play in the Coyotes’ season opener on Saturday.
Rieder had not skated with the Coyotes since signing his two-year extension two weeks go. On Wednesday, he got back on the ice and skated on the Coyotes’ second line with Christian Dvorak and Anthony Duclair. Rieder played well in the World Cup of Hockey and could be poised for a breakout year in the Arizona top-6.
The Coyotes have signed Tobias Rieder to a two-year deal worth $4.45 million (2.225M AAV).
The Coyotes and Rieder have been negotiating for months and for awhile it looked as if Rieder was headed to the KHL. Rieder is coming off of a 37-point (14G / 23A) in 82 games last year and figures to be a key member of the Coyotes’ young top-6 in 2016-17. He is worth a late-round flier in drafts this October.
The Coyotes have recalled forward Tobias Rieder from Portland (AHL).
Rieder, 21, has recorded four goals and two assists with a plus-two rating in nine games with the Pirates this season. He leads the team in goals and ranks third in points at the time of his recall.