The Vegas Golden Knights are keeping one of the original misfits around. Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff reports that the team has reached an agreement with Reilly Smith on a contract extension, though notes it may not be immediately announced due to cap considerations. Smith is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this summer.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The Vegas Golden Knights have a verbal agreement with Reilly Smith on a new deal that would keep the original misfit in the valley, according to a new report. Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff says the team and Smith have reached a deal on an...
Welcome to Vegas Hockey Now’s season in review series where we look at every player on the Vegas Golden Knights and their 2021-22 season from Michael Amadio to Zach Whitecloud. We’re going in random order now to not be too predictable. Today’s player is Reilly Smith. Let’s jump right into things.
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Smith (knee) is slated to play during the postseason, assuming the Knights qualify, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports Monday. Smith has been sidelined since March 8 against the Flyers due to his knee problem and won't be cleared in time to help the team secure a playoff spot. Still, the 31-year-old winger would represent a boost to the club's depth if given the all-clear, especially considering he tallied nine points in his last 13 contests.
With the Evgenii Dadonov trade off the table, Vegas has made a different move to give them some short-term cap space as CapFriendly reports (Twitter link) that winger Reilly Smith has been placed on LTIR. Smith was originally placed on injured reserve on March 14th so the conversion to LTIR...
Smith (knee) was placed on long-term injured reserve Friday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Smith has already missed the last nine games and there's still no timeline for his return. The veteran forward has 38 points while averaging 17:47 of ice time through 56 appearances this season.
The Vegas Golden Knights placed goalie Robin Lehner and forward Reilly Smith on injured reserve Monday, adding more bad news
Smith (knee) was designated for injured reserve Monday, Danny Webster of the Las Vegas Sun reports. Smith is not with the team for the final game of its' five-game road trip, so he will at least miss Tuesday's clash with Winnipeg, though it could certainly be longer. The Knights haven't offered a specific recovery timeline for the Ontario native. As such, fantasy players should probably consider him out indefinitely at this point.
The Vegas Golden Knights are coming off a pretty tough loss against the Buffalo Sabres. In the Golden Knights 3-1 loss, there were a lot of excuses that seemed to be made from fans all over social media. First, there are a lot of people who may look back on...
Smith will not play in Thursday's game versus Buffalo due to an undisclosed injury, per David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Smith will seek to return for Friday's contest against Pittsburgh. The 30-year-old has averaged 17:09 of ice time -- 1:49 during the man advantage -- and recorded nine points over the last 15 games.
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Smith is dealing with a knee injury and has traveled back to Vegas for further evaluation, per SinBin.vegas. Smith likely won't return during the road trip, so fantasy managers shouldn't expect him back before March 17 versus the Panthers. His absence likely means a more advanced role for Michael Amadio and Nicolas Roy in the short term. The Golden Knights have not provided an official timeline for Smith's return.
Smith notched an assist, three shots on goal, two hits and two blocked shots in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Senators. Smith helped out on a Jonathan Marchessault tally in the second period to open the scoring. In his last five games, Smith has two goals and three assists. The veteran winger continues to play a strong two-way game on the second line with 38 points, 146 shots on net, 55 hits and a plus-5 rating in 55 appearances.