O'Reilly posted a minus-1 rating and two shots on net in Saturday's 8-0 loss to the Avalanche. O'Reilly failed to post a point over the first two games of the season despite playing top-line minutes and significant power-play time. After collecting at least 60 points in three straight seasons, O'Reilly is bound to bounce back sooner rather than later, and his next chance will be in Monday's home opener against the Sharks.
O'Reilly notched an assist and four shots on goal in Friday's 6-2 loss to the Canucks in Game 6. O'Reilly ran hot during the series, with four goals and four helpers during a five-game point streak. His pace-setting offense wasn't enough to keep the Blues alive in the playoffs. He totaled 11 points in nine contests during the postseason.
O'Reilly potted a goal on five shots in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Canucks in Game 5. O'Reilly has come alive with four goals and three helpers in the last four games. Three of those seven points have come on the power play. He's up to 10 points and a plus-3 rating in eight postseason contests overall.
O'Reilly scored twice and added an assist in Monday's 3-1 win over the Canucks in Game 4. Two of his points came on the power play. O'Reilly was in on every Blues goal in the contest, and his three-point effort helped them tie the series at two games apiece. The star center has racked up three goals and six helpers in seven postseason outings.
O'Reilly had two assists and four shots on goal in Sunday's 3-2 overtime win over the Canucks in Game 3. O'Reilly had a had in David Perron's second-period tally as well as Brayden Schenn's game-winner in overtime. The 29-year-old O'Reilly also went 20-for-31 in faceoffs in the contest. He's amassed a goal and five helpers in six postseason games, including three points in his last two outings.
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