Having missed nearly the entire 2011/2012 season due to a knee injury suffered last November, a lot of question marks surrounded Morgan Rielly entering the 2012 draft. A strong combine, including top 10 finishes in the leg power, bench press and grip test helped alleviate some concerns, but it would be remiss to say there weren’t a few eyebrows raised when the Leafs selected Rielly 5th overall last June with forwards Mikhail Grigorenko and Filip Forsberg still on the board. However, with 20 points in 16 games to open this season, it is safe to say the knee is not an issue.
Actually it was like 40 seconds and it had 4 clips, 5 if you include him after the win
trollers gonna troll
And hes trollin' harddd! (where did i call him a liar?)
Anyway, back on subject. Rielly imo is doing great. I think he may be a top 4 calibre d-man in the nhl atm. I just hope he has the drive and work ethic to eventually become a top 2 defender and not get complacent/ regress (like schenn). Franson is trade bait now.