Morgan Rielly Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 222 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/9/1994 (29)
Morgan Rielly Last 10 Games
Morgan Rielly News
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has upheld Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly's five-game suspension for cross-checking Ottawa Senators forward Ridly Greig. Rielly was suspended for five games on Feb. 13, but the NHL Players' Association appealed the suspension on his part. The NHLPA claimed it to be excessive, considering Rielly had never been suspended before during his 11-year NHL career. Rielly, who has notched 43 points (seven goals, 36 assists) in 50 outings this season, has already sat out four contests and will serve the final game of his suspension on Wednesday versus Arizona.
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly has been suspended for five games for a cross-check to the head of Ottawa forward Ridly Greig in Saturday's 5-3 loss. Reilly cross-checked Graig with 5.1 seconds remaining in the game after the Senators player had fired a slap shot into an empty net. The 2024 All-Star served the first game of his suspension on Tuesday versus St. Louis. He will be eligible to return to action on Feb. 22 versus Vegas. Jake McCabe had nearly three minutes of power-play time without Rielly on Tuesday, while Timothy Liljegren took Rielly's spot on the first defensive pairing next to T.J. Brodie. The latter lead the Maple Leafs blue line in ice time with 23:41.
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly factored in three goals for the first time this season as the team closed out the Global Series on Sunday with a 4-3 overtime victory versus Minnesota. Rielly had the team's third goal and posted a pair of assists, including one on William Nylander's game-winner. Following a quiet opening to the campaign, Rielly has started to pick up speed, boosting his points total to 15 by averaging a point per game in eight November outings. His 12 assists are tied for the third-most on the team, and Rielly has also scored three goals in 17 appearances.
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly had a historic outing Thursday against Florida, setting a new franchise record with an eight-game postseason point streak. He got there with an assist on an early Alexander Kerfoot goal. Rielly led all skaters in ice time with 26:30 in the 3-2 loss, and he added one shot on goal and three hits to his tally. The team has started the second-round series poorly, but it's been a great postseason for Rielly, who has notched three goals and seven assists in eight games with a plus-nine rating. No Maple Leafs defenseman has managed more points in the first eight games of a single postseason.