O'Reilly dished an assist and fired four shots on goal in Saturday's loss to the Coyotes. O'Reilly's been a beast on the scoresheet this year and is on pace to shatter career highs. The 27-year-old now leads the team with 12 goals and 28 points, and he's second only to Vladimir Tarasenko in shots on goal (68). He flashes his two-way game as well by winning 60.1 percent of faceoffs. O'Reilly has been a bright spot in the Blues' disappointing season, and fantasy owners should be confident picking him up where he's still available.
O'Reilly went plus-2 with a goal and an assist in Friday's 6-2 home win over the Predators. O'Reilly has been lights-out for the Blues, as he's currently rocking a 1.19 points-per-game pace. This is a rate he never came close to approaching in six years of service time with the Avalanche or even a three-year stint in Buffalo. He's developed a solid rapport with top-line cohort Vladimir Tarasenko, and ROR's terrific line defense has him on track for a banner campaign.
O'Reilly scored two goals in a 4-1 victory against the Golden Knights on Friday. The 27-year-old is simply piling up the points during his first season with the Blues. That's now 10 goals in the last 11 games, and he's posted 19 points in the last 12 contests. He won't continue his 20.4 shooting percentage, but O'Reilly is also getting more pucks to the net than he did last season, giving him a real shot at career highs in the scoring categories. He has 10 goals and 23 points with a plus-7 rating in 17 games to start 2018-19.
O'Reilly recorded an assist in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Wild. in his first season with the Blues, O'Reilly has been an offensive juggernaut. He has eight goals and 17 points during his active 10-game point streak and 21 points on the season. The 6-foot-1 center is on pace to breeze past his career-high 64 points.
O'Reilly scored a goal and posted a plus-2 rating in Friday's 4-0 win over the Sharks. O'Reilly was flanked by Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko, and the group was buzzing as Schwartz found O'Reilly backdoor to put one past a defenseless Aaron Dell. The center has a point in nine straight games and 20 total -- eight on the power play -- this year. According to Lou Korac of NHL.com, O'Reilly is the first Blues player to have a nine-game point streak since Doug Weight did it in 2001, also in his first year in the blue and yellow.
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