Morgan Rielly

#44 D / Toronto Maple Leafs / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 205 lb Age: 23 College: None

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  • Rielly extended his point streak to four games and five points with a goal and assist in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Bruins. Rielly's ascension continues. He has 16 points in 19 games, which would translate into almost 70 points over an 82-game span. That's all but impossible, but Rielly is surely going to shatter his current career-high mark of 36 points.

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  • Rielly tallied an assist in each of his previous two matchups. Rielly is off to a strong start to the year, as he has racked up two goals and 11 helpers through the opening 17 games of the year. If the defenseman continues at this pace, he will set career highs for both goals and assists, breaking his record of nine and 27 respectively. Despite the increase in production, the Vancouver native is actually logging over a minute less of ice time per game, but he's taking advantage of his opportunities.

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  • Maple Leafs' Morgan Rielly: Tallies assist
    By RotoWire Staff

    Rielly had an assist and two shots on goal in a 3-2 loss to the Sharks on Monday. Rielly is off to a pretty impressive start to the season. He has 10 points already, four of which have come on the power play. Rielly has averaged 2:21 per game with the extra man, which is notable given his 0:58 average last year.

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  • Maple Leafs' Morgan Rielly: Nets power-play goal
    By RotoWire Staff

    Rielly scored on the power-play and added an assist in Wednesday's 6-3 win over Detroit. Rielly had already been scoring assists on the power play, and now he's added an ability to find the twine. He's becoming a trustworthy option in fantasy purposes thanks to Toronto's high-powered attack.

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  • Rielly recorded two assists and a plus-2 rating during Tuesday's 2-0 win over Washington. The knock on Rielly's fantasy upside last season was that he wasn't receiving enough power-play time (just 58 seconds per game), but that's not the case to start 2017-18. He's up to five assists through the first six games of the campaign, and Rielly entered Tuesday's tilt with three helpers on the man advantage and an average of 3:51 of power-play time per outing. With Toronto scoring in bunches, Rielly's fantasy arrow is pointing straight up.

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