O'Reilly notched two assists in a 3-2 overtime win against Montreal, giving him four points in his past two games.
O'Reilly looked none the worse for wear despite playing back-to-back games, notching a goal and an assist Friday against Detroit and then assisting on Cody Franson and Zach Bogosian's goals against Montreal. He played over 22 minutes for the third straight game, and since returning from an emergency appendectomy has scored 11 points in nine games. He's a very valuable fantasy asset given his dual position eligibility in most formats and should be able to reach the 60-point plateau by the end of the season at this rate.
It was O'Reilly's fourth two-point showing in January, and the pivot is now up to nine goals, 27 points and 105 shots through 35 games. While he's a solid scorer, there isn't much production in some of the peripheral categories, as the 25-year-old has just six PIM and six hits all season. Still, in the heart of his prime and locked into a top offensive role, O'Reilly's one of the more reliable secondary contributors in both the real and virtual game.
O'Reilly collected a pair of assists (one on the power play) and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 4-1 victory over the Flyers.
As usual, he led all Buffalo forwards in ice time, skating 22:38 in this one after clearing a whopping 24 minutes in Saturday's game. O'Reilly has turned on the jets since coming back from a four-game absence due to an appendectomy, as he's now posted three consecutive two-point efforts. Even with the time he's missed to injury, if O'Reilly can stay healthy for the rest of the campaign, another 60-point season isn't out of the question.
O'Reilly scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Jets.
O'Reilly has returned from injury with a bang -- he has four points, including three assists, in his last two games. He now has nine points, including eight helpers, in his last 10 and 22 points in 29. Get O'Reilly back into your lineup fast.
O'Reilly (appendectomy) dished out a pair of power-play helpers in his return Thursday in Chicago.
O'Reilly immediately contributed in his first game since Dec. 23, assisting on power-play goals by Kyle Okposo and Jack Eichel. While the veteran center continues to skate on the third line at even strength, he plays a prominent role on the man advantage. Twelve of his 20 points in 28 games have come with the extra man.