Ryan Reaves

Ryan Reaves

Height/Weight: 6' 2"/225 lbs
Born: Winnipeg, Canada
Draft: 2005 5th round (156th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Leafs' Reaves hilariously tries to serve penalty to get a shift in overtime

    Toronto Maple Leafs forward Ryan Reaves was doing everything he could to ensure he would receive an overtime shift versus the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night. During the five-minute overtime period, Reaves was seen talking to Sheldon Keefe on the bench as the head coach was looking for somebody to serve a two-minute minor. The 36-year-old enforcer was more than happy to do so, but reminded Keefe that it would likely result in him seeing some ice time in the extra frame. Reaves ultimately remained on the bench, and the two seemed to have a good chuckle about it. View this post on Instagram A post shared by BarDown (@bardown) “I had to remind him that I'd be coming out for overtime four-on-four,”

  • The Hockey Writers

    Rangers Not Missing Ryan Reaves' Toughness

    The New York Rangers have been red-hot to start out the 2023-24 season and have been the dominant team many fans expected them to be. The team has been without their star defenseman Adam Fox and even had to spend a few games without their star goaltender Igor Shesterkin, but this team continues to dominate every step of the way. One player they decided to move on from last season was forward Ryan Reaves who was a fan favorite, but simply fell out of favor with the Rangers and requested a trade which he eventually got, to the Minnesota Wild.

  • PensBurgh

    Game Preview: Toronto Maple Leafs @ Pittsburgh Penguins 11/25/2023

    Who: Toronto Maple Leafs (10-5-3, 23 points, 34th place Atlantic Division) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (9-10-0, 18 points, 6th place Metropolitan Division) When : 7:00 p.m. ET How to Watch : NHL Network, SportsNet Pittsburgh Pens' Path Ahead : The Pens are back on the road Tuesday for a game against the Nashville Predators in Music City before heading down south Thursday to meet the Tampa Bay Lightning in Florida. Opponent Track : The Maple Leafs, like the Penguins, are on the second half of a back-to-back set. The Leafs met up with the Blackhawks in Chicago on Friday night and lost 4-3 in overtime, snapping a streak of four straight wins but picking up a point to remain in an Atlantic playoff spot.