Ryan O’Reilly is an ice hockey center in the NHL that is currently playing for the St. Louis Blues. O’Reilly first reached the major junior level of the Ontario Hockey League back in 2007, when he was given the Jack Ferguson Award for being the first overall pick in the OHL Draft. O’Reilly spent two great years playing for the Erie Otters in the OHL, where he accumulated 118 points and was one of the best players in the league. Following the 2008-09 OHL season, O’Reilly was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche with the 33rd overall pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.
O’Reilly then surprisingly made the Opening Night roster for the Avalanche in his first year with the club, becoming the youngest player in franchise history. O’Reilly spent the first six years of his career playing for the Avalanche. During that span, O’Reilly scored 90 goals and had 156 assists for a total of 246 points. Then in 2015, O’Reilly was traded from the Avalanche to the Buffalo Sabres. O’Reilly was immediately named the team’s alternate captain and signed a long-term extension with the Sabres. O’Reilly also got the chance to play with his brother, Cal, on the Sabres as they signed him on the same day that Ryan signed his extension. Ryan O’Reilly led the Sabres offensively in his first season in Buffalo with 60 points. In 2018, O’Reilly broke Rod Brind’Amour’s record for most faceoff wins in a single season (1,269). After three years spent with the Sabres, O’Reilly was traded to the St. Louis Blues. In his first season with the Blues, O’Reilly had a career year. He set new career highs with his 28 goals, 49 assists, and 77 points. O’Reilly was a leading force in bringing the Blues to the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals where he helped bring the Blues their first Stanley Cup title in franchise history and won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the NHL Playoffs MVP.
We offer some great autographed memorabilia from O’Reilly’s career in NHL that are invaluable to any collector or hockey fan. These collectibles spotlight all of the best moments of Ryan O’Reilly’s career in the NHL playing for the St. Louis Blues where he was a focal point in helping the Blues win their franchises first Stanley Cup trophy. This selection of autographed memorabilia is guaranteed authentic and will look great wherever they are put on display.
Collecting Ryan O’Reilly Memorabilia