Reid McNeill

#33D,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 215
Born:
Birth Place: London, Ontario
Draft: 2010 6th round (170th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Caps-Penguins rivalry tests the friendship of Kevin Shattenkirk and Nick Bonino
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Caps-Penguins rivalry tests the friendship of Kevin Shattenkirk and Nick Bonino

    Kevin Shattenkirk is new to the Capitals-Penguins rivalry. As a trade deadline acquisition, he has only been with the Caps for about two months. He has not built up a lifetime of hatred for Pittsburgh as have most Caps fans, he does not have painful memories of the series in 2009 or 2016, he has not even had a regular season to accept that fact that he now must hate the Penguins instead of the Chicago Blackhawks like he did in St. Louis. Instead, Shattenkirk brings his own rivalry to this second-round matchup, a personal one between himself and Penguins forward Nick Bonino. “We've battled for years in many different ways,” Shattenkirk said. “In practices, on the golf course, there's plenty of

  • NBC Sports

    Sweeney shares offseason plans for Bruins

    The Boston Bruins had a relatively successful season, getting back to the playoffs after narrowly missing them the past two years. Sweeney listed the “middle of the [forward] lineup, transition-minded defensemen and the backup goaltender position” as places he had in mind for offseason upgrades. More specifically on Sweeney’s to-do list: a left wing to be paired with David Krejci, a revamping of a third line that underachieved far too often and another top-four defenseman capable of moving the puck to go along with a more dependable backup goaltender situation than the Jekyll and Hyde performance from Anton Khudobin last season.

  • Yahoo Daily Fantasy Sports: Saturday picks
    Puck Daddy4 hours ago

    Yahoo Daily Fantasy Sports: Saturday picks

    JANUARY 8: Derick Brassard #19 of the Ottawa Senators prepares for a faceoff against the Edmonton Oilers at Canadian Tire Centre on January 8, 2017 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Braden Holtby, WAS vs. PIT ($29): Holtby struggled in Game 1, but it’s safe to expect a bounce back given his combination of recent regular season success and playoff history. The Vezina Trophy finalist’s 2.07 GAA and .925 save percentage from the 2017 campaign are outclassed by his 1.95 GAA and .935 save percentage in 53 career postseason appearances, suggesting he has the skills to deny even Pittsburgh’s high-flying offense.