Ryan O'Reilly News
O’Reilly is out indefinitely after undergoing an appendectomy.
O’Reilly underwent an appendectomy over thee Christmas break and will miss some time, but the Sabres did not release a timetable on his return. O’Reilly will likely miss a few weeks, but shouldn’t be sidelined for too long.
O'Reilly (oblique) will return to the Sabres' lineup on Wednesday.
O’Reilly missed the last five games with an oblique injury, but will return tonight vs. the Red Wings. O’Reilly will centre the Sabres top line and power-play unit and comes in as the Sabres point-per-game leader with nine points (4G / 5A) in 13 games.
O’Reilly (oblique) will miss his fifth straight game on Monday.
O’Reilly will not play on Monday vs. the Flames, but he is reportedly close to returning to the lineup and could play Wednesday vs. the Red Wings. Monitor his status during Wednesday’s morning skate.
O’Reilly (middle body) remains day-to-day; not expected to play on Thursday.
O’Reilly has missed the last two games and it looks like he will miss a third straight game on Thursday. O’Reilly is listed as questionable, so monitor his status during the morning skate.
O'Reilly (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play on Friday.
O’Reilly (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
O’Reilly missed Wednesday’s game vs. the Senators, but was on the ice for the gameday skate and it looks like he will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Devils. O’Reilly has eight points (4G / 4A) in 12 games this season.
O'Reilly (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; he will not play Wednesday vs. Ottawa.
O’Reilly (undisclosed) is questionable for Wednesday’s game.
O’Reilly was not on the ice for the Sabres’ morning skate and is listed as questionable for Wednesday’s game vs. the Senators. With O’Reilly taking the morning off, Hudson Fasching skated in his spot, but the lines will likely be shuffled if O’Reilly can’t go. Monitor his status when the Sabres’ hit the ice for warmups at 7:00 p.m. ET.
O’Reilly (back) will play in the Sabres’ season opener.
O’Reilly was battling a back injury in the preseason but will be in the lineup for the first game of the season. O’Reilly will not be able to take all of the face-offs tonight, which means Sam Reinhart will have to draw in, but he shouldn’t be too limited otherwise. He will play on the top line between Reinhart and Evander Kane.
O’Reilly (back) missed Tuesday’s practice and is questionable for the season opener.
O’Reilly skipped Tuesday’s practice session, which leaves his status for the season opener up in the air. O’Reilly was able to skate on his own before the session but remains day-to-day. The Sabres could also be without Kyle Okposo for Thursday’s contest.
O'Reilly (foot) will return to the Sabres lineup on Wednesday.
O’Reilly has been sidelined with a foot injury since February 19th, but he will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Canadiens. O’Reilly has 49 points (17G / 32A) in 59 games this season, including four points (1G / 3A) in three games vs. Montreal. He will centre a line with Evander Kane and Nicolas Deslauriers.
O’Reilly (foot) was a full participant in Monday’s practice; could play Wednesday vs. the Canadiens.
O’Reilly has been out for nearly one month due to a foot injury he suffered on February 19th. He was back on the Sabres’ top-line in practice this morning, which suggests he’ll return to the lineup vs. Montreal on Wednesday. The 25-year-old has 49 points (17G / 32A) in 59 games this season.
The Sabres have placed Ryan O’Reilly (lower-body) on IR.
The Sabres announced that their leading scorer would miss 3-4 weeks, so moving him to IR was the obvious move. A three-week timetable means that O’Reilly will miss the next 10 games. With the Fantasy Hockey playoffs looming, his movement to IR will at least allow owners to stash him and look for an alternative option.