SB Nation "I am not around the Buffalo Sabres much. Aside from one game I watched from a press box and a few games I’ve watched on TV, I am basically completely foreign to them this season. But I still know a few things: Sabres forward Ryan O’Reilly was charged with impaired driving after he crashed..." March 28
The Score "Buffalo Sabres center Ryan O'Reilly is expected to return to the lineup Wednesday versus the Montreal Canadiens, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports. O'Reilly skated with Evander Kane and Nicolas Deslauriers at practice Monday, indicating that he's prepared to return after missing..." March 15
Buffalo News "Ryan O’Reilly waited three weeks to skate, the longest stretch of inactivity he can remember in his NHL career. Once he got on the ice, he wasn’t leaving until they kicked him off. The Sabres center skated Friday for the first time since breaking his foot Feb. 19. He and injured defenseman Cody..." March 12
The Score "Ryan O'Reilly missed Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Penguins with a lower-body injury, and word out of Buffalo is the Sabres center will be out for an extended period of time." February 22
Coach Bylsma says Bailey will play; Ryan O'Reilly will be out today with a lower-body injury.
Buffalo News "Ryan O’Reilly’s hockey stick has gone cold, but the lumber he uses for self-flagellation is on fire. The Sabres’ lone All-Star is prone to beating himself up in the best of times. This is far from that. He has no goals and a minus-10 rating over the last 11 games, so he broke out the whuppin’..." February 06
The Score "It turns out John Scott wasn't the only player who received an apology from Jeremy Roenick on Sunday. The NHL legend and NBC analyst apologized to Buffalo Sabres forward Ryan O'Reilly prior to the All-Star game for comments he made regarding the seven-year, $52.5-million extension O'Reilly..." February 01
Denver Post "Post-trade reunion games — the first time veterans go against their former teams — are common in the NHL, but Wednesday night's Buffalo Sabres-Colorado Avalanche matchup at the Pepsi Center seems to have extraordinary intrigue. Yes, former Avalanche forward Ryan O'Reilly will be going against..." January 20