Reinhart said Monday that he will play for Team Canada in the upcoming IIHF World Championship, John Vogl of The Athletic reports.
Reinhart enjoyed a career year in 2018-19, racking up 65 points in 82 games. The 23-year-old has enjoyed an increase in his season point totals for every year of his young career. Reinhart will likely be a reliable fantasy option at forward next season, and continues to be a solid weapon for Buffalo opposite Jack Eichel.
Reinhart's second-period goal proved to be enough as his team scored a 5-2 win over Ottawa on Thursday.
Reinhart has increased his point total in each year that he's been in the league, with the fifth-year forward boasting 21 goals and 43 assists through 81 games as he looks set to go two straight campaigns without missing a single contest. Jack Eichel is there to set him up with quality chances, and Reinhart remains a fine complementary scoring weapon for owners to consider drafting again ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
Reinhart lit the lamp in Monday's loss to the Devils.
The 23-year-old rode an 11-game goalless streak into this outing, so he likely would've accepted anything that would break the slump. That includes a shot from beyond center ice that took a fluky bounce to beat Cory Schneider's left pad. The play was good for Reinhart's 20th goal of the season, and he extended his career high to 61 points.
Reinhart went minus-2 and scored a goal in Saturday's loss to the Canadiens.
Reinhart has struggled during March with just three points in 11 games, but his defensive game has been even worse. The 23-year-old has a minus-9 rating in that span. The Sabres are officially eliminated from playoff contention, but Reinhart still has an opportunity to extend his career high of 60 points in 74 games.
Reinhart is pointless and has a minus-4 rating over the last four games.
Reinhart is logging time on the top line with Jack Eichel and Jeff Skinner, but the unit has been cold despite the excess of talent. The 23-year-old has already marked a career high with 58 points through 68 games. He'll need to reignite his offense quickly if the Sabres want to climb back into the playoff race, though the latter seems like a longshot for the struggling young team.
Reinhart scored a goal and an assist, both on the power play, in Monday's 5-3 loss to the Maple Leafs.
The 23-year-old continues to build on his breakout campaign. Reinhart has five goals and eight points over his last six games, pushing his totals on the season to 18 goals and a career-high 57 points through 62 contests. With a spot on the Sabres' top power-play unit secure, he should stay plenty productive down the stretch.
Reinhart scored three goals to lead the Sabres to a 5-2 win over the Capitals on Saturday afternoon.
It was his third career hattie. Reinhart has finally come into the height of his second overall draft pick (2014) status. He has 55 points, including 38 helpers, in 61 games. Reinhart's previous career mark was set last season, when he had 50 points in 82 games. The Sabres have some exceptional talent up front, including Reinhart, who is on track to top 70 points this season. You know what to do.
Reinhart scored his 14th goal of the season in Sunday's 4-1 loss to New Jersey.
Reinhart was the only Sabres player to score in Sunday's loss, but the goal moved the 23-year-old to 51 points in 58 games this season, a new career high. A favorable matchup awaits Reinhart, as Buffalo gets set to face Florida on Tuesday. In three previous games this season against the Panthers, Reinhart has two goals and four assists.
Reinhart scored a goal and an assist in regulation before beating Devan Dubnyk for the only shootout score in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Wild.
The 23-year-old continues to blossom, and Reinhart now has 13 goals and 47 points through 52 games. He's only three points shy of tying the career high he set last season, and given his consistent role on the Sabres' top power-play unit, Reinhart should quickly blow past that mark.
Reinhart collected a goal in Tuesday's win over the Blue Jackets.
The goal gives Reinhart a point in three straight games, and five points in his last six outings. He fired a season-high seven shots on goal Tuesday night, so it's no surprise one of those pucks ended up in the back of the net. Reinhart has 45 points in 49 games, and should have no trouble surpassing his previous career-high 50 points set last year.
Reinhart (illness) took line rushes in warmups and will play Tuesday versus the Devils, Joe Yerdon of The Athletic reports.
Reinhart missed practice Monday and skated with the extras Tuesday, so he wasn't expected to play in Tuesday's game. However, he appeared to turn a corner in his recovery and will draw into the lineup and avoid missing his first contest since the 2016-17 campaign. Reinhart continues to be a strong fantasy play with nine goals and 40 points in 42 outings this year, putting him on pace to shatter last year's career high of 50 points.
Reinhart (illness) could play in Tuesday's game against the Devils based on information that Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News received from the forward after morning skate. "The good news I feel really good today and back to my normal self," Reinhart said. "I'm excited about the possibility of getting into another game tonight."
Reinhart, who skated with the extras Tuesday morning, hasn't missed a game since the 2016-17 season, so expect him to do all he can to draw into the upcoming contest against the Devils. He's essentially a game-time decision.
Reinhart (illness) is not expected to play Tuesday since he wasn't a part of the normal group at morning skate, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
Neither Reinhart nor Jack Eichel (upper body) appears to be in shape to play. Pending official confirmation from the team, this would be Reinhart's first absence since the 2016-17 season. He's accumulated nine goals and 31 assists over 42 games to rank third on the team in points this year.
Reinhart (illness) missed Monday's practice.
The team's next game is Tuesday at home versus the Devils. Even though he missed practice, Reinhart should be able to answer the bell Tuesday, but if he's unable to go, the team -- already trying to manage things without Jack Eichel -- will need to decide on an interim replacement.
Reinhart scored a goal and assisted on another in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Panthers.
Reinhart is up to 40 points in 41 games this season and has been an offensive juggernaut for the better part of 2018-19. Since Nov 27, the 23-year-old has been held off the scoresheet only two times and instead has sliced and diced the league for 24 points over 16 games. With team points leader Jack Eichel considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury, it'll be up to Reinhart and Jeff Skinner to carry the load offensively until Eichel is able to return.
Reinhart had two assists in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Ducks.
He got right back on the horse after having his 11-game scoring streak snapped Friday night against the Caps. Reinhart is having an outstanding year -- he's sailing along at close to a point-per-game pace (36 points in 37 games). Use him well.
Reinhart notched three assists and a plus-3 rating in Sunday's 4-2 win over Boston.
Reinhart has tallied five goals and 16 points during his active 10-game scoring streak, giving him 32 points in 34 games. He's on pace to surpass last year's total of 50 points -- his career best -- by a sizable margin. The top line of Reinhart, Jack Eichel and Jeff Skinner has been tremendous this season, both for the Sabres and fantasy owners alike.
Reinhart marked a goal and an assist in Tuesday's loss to the Maple Leafs.
Reinhart tied the game by getting a stick on Nathan Beaulieu's slap shot in the second period. He later set up Jack Eichel's second goal of the night, which momentarily gave the Sabres their first and last lead of the game. This is Reinhart's third two-point performance in the last four games.
Reinhart scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Panthers.
That's now five points (three goals and two assists) in the last three games for Reinhart, and he wraps up November on a point-a-game pace with five goals and 15 points. The Sabres' top line of Reinhart, Jack Eichel and Jeff Skinner has remained locked in even after the team's winning streak ended, and as a result, the 25-year-old Reinhart appears set to shatter last season's career high of 50 points.
Reinhart scored twice Thursday in a 5-4 loss to Tampa Bay.
Goals are rare for this guy, but he's still on a sixty-point pace. That would be a career mark if he stays healthy. Reinhart brings value to most formats, but don't expect much on the power play. His time there is limited.
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