|Aug. 20 12:52 PM PT1:52 PM MT2:52 PM CT3:52 PM ET19:52 GMT3:52 AM 北京时间12:52 PM MST2:52 PM EST23:52 UAE15:52 ET - O'Reilly's court case on charges of impaired driving has been continued to Sept. 10.
Analysis: O'Reilly was arrested on July 9 for allegedly striking an Ontario coffee shop with his pickup truck and fleeing the scene. The incident came a week after the offseason acquisition signed a seven-year, $52.5 million contract -- the largest in Sabres' history.
|July 13 8:14 PM PT9:14 PM MT10:14 PM CT11:14 PM ET3:14 GMT11:14 AM 北京时间8:14 PM MST10:14 PM EST7:14 UAE (+1)23:14 ET - Ontario Provincial Police have charged O'Reilly with impaired driving. The Ontario Provincial Police said Monday in a release that police were dispatched to a single motor vehicle crash on July 9, where a green Chevrolet pickup truck struck a commercial retail building and the occupants left the vehicle.
Analysis: ''We are aware of the reports regarding the incident involving Ryan O'Reilly last week,'' Sabres general manager Tim Murray said in a statement. ''We are currently in the process of gathering more information and will have no further comment until we have spoken with all parties involved.'' The release said O'Reilly was arrested and taken to the Middlesex County Ontario Provincial Police detachment for breath testing.
|July 3 11:44 AM PT12:44 PM MT1:44 PM CT2:44 PM ET18:44 GMT2:44 AM 北京时间11:44 AM MST1:44 PM EST22:44 UAE14:44 ET - The Buffalo Sabres have made newly acquired forward Ryan O'Reilly their highest-paid player by signing him to a $52.5 million, seven-year contract extension on Friday.
Analysis: O'Reilly is regarded a top-line talent and had one year left on his contract, during which he is scheduled to make $6.2 million next season. He was acquired from Colorado in a trade that involved five players during the first round of the NHL draft June 26.
|June 26 5:31 PM PT6:31 PM MT7:31 PM CT8:31 PM ET0:31 GMT8:31 AM 北京时间5:31 PM MST7:31 PM EST4:31 UAE (+1)20:31 ET - The Colorado Avalanche traded O'Reilly and left wing Jamie McGinn to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for defenseman Nikita Zadorov, forwards Mikhail Grigorenko and JT Compher and a second-round pick in the NHL draft.
Analysis: The move Friday for the trio of young players and the 31st overall selection Saturday comes just days after Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic insisted that re-signing O'Reilly to a long-term deal was his 'first priority.' O'Reilly, 24, had 17 goals and 38 assists last season and 28 goals and 36 assists the year before.