News: The Pens returned Dylan Reese to AHL Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday.
Analysis: Pens' coach Dan Bylmsa said Dylan Reese fits well into the team's defensive system and would likely serve as a recall if anything else happens to his defensive corps.
News:Dylan Reese was recalled from the AHL on Wednesday.
Analysis: Soon after the Penguins traded Ben Lovejoy to the Ducks for a fifth-round pick, Dylan Reese was called up. The 28-year-old led all defeseman on the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins with 15 points (3G, 12A) through 39 games this season.
News:Dylan Reese has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Penguins according to the team's official website.
Analysis:Dylan Reese played 28 NHL games last season with the Islanders, snagging a goal and six assists. Reese played collegiately at Harvard and played with the Penguins' youth team in his younger days.
News:Dylan Reese (knee) has been activated off IR, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: With just three points in 16 games to date, Dylan Reese's return is of more import to the Isles' depth on defense than it is to fantasy owners.
News:Dylan Reese has a sprained left MCL that is expected to keep him out four-to-six weeks, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.
Analysis:Dylan Reese's absence will affect the Isles' blue-line depth more than it does fantasy owners, given his career totals of 13 points and 40 PIMs in 62 career NHL games to date.
News:Dylan Reese has been called up from Bridgeport of the AHL, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.
Analysis:Dylan Reese will give the Isles an extra d-man when they are on the West Coast. Problem is in order to send Reese back down to Bridgeport he will have to pass through waivers where another team could place a claim on him.
News: The Islanders assigned Dylan Reese to AHL Bridgeport on Thursday, according to the team's official Twitter page.
Analysis:Dylan Reese will head back to Bridgeport to open a spot on the roster for Mark Eaton, who was activated from injured reserve. Reese totaled a goal, an assist and four PIM in nine games with the team. He'll likely be the top candidate next time the Islanders need to add a defenseman to the roster.
News: The Islanders recalled Dylan Reese on an emergency basis Thursday, according to the team's official website.
Analysis:Dylan Reese played in 27 games with the Islanders last season, but he has yet to appear in a game with the club during the current campaign. Reese picked up 12 points (2G, 10A) in 21 games with AHL Bridgeport this season. His status for the Islanders' next game Friday will depend on whether or not Andrew MacDonald (leg) suits up.
News:Dylan Reese cleared waivers and will be assigned to Bridgeport of the AHL, according to Newsday.
Analysis:Dylan Reese will be on the AHL-NHL shuttle this season as he will be one of the first defensemen called up when injuries hit.
News: Reese picked up three assists in Thursday's win over the Rangers. He'd had just one assist in his first 22 games of this season.
Analysis: It was probably sweet for Reese, who had a total of five NHL points in 41 games going into Thursday, to pick up those assists against the team that drafted him way back when -- that is, in the seventh round in 2003.
News: Reese was recalled from the AHL on Tuesday, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: The Islanders have lost over 550 man games due to injury so far this season so no one should be surprised when it was announced that Bruno Gervais and Milan Jurcina will most likely miss the game versus New Jersey on Wednesday. Reese will fill in on the blue line for the Islanders.
News: Reese was sent down to the AHL on Thursday, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: This may be a sign that the Islanders will finally give Ty Wishart a chance to play. Reese could use some more seasoning in the AHL, but his NHL future seems to be that of a bottom defensive pair.
News: Reese was recalled from Springfield of the AHL on Monday, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: Reese's promotion may be short lived as the Isles have a couple of d-men who could be back shortly from assorted injuries. He is no better than a third paring defenseman at this point in time.
News: Reese was loaned to the AHL after the game Wednesday, according to Newsday'
s Katie Strang.
Analysis: In all likelihood Reese will be recalled early next week once the Islanders return from the All-Star break.
News: The Islanders recalled Reese from the AHL on Thursday, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Reese played a total of about 30 minutes between his last two NHL games, but he was unable to do much. He has no points and six PIMs in his seven 2010 NHL appearances.
News: Reese has been sent to Bridgeport of the AHL, NewYorkIslanders.com reports.
Analysis: Reese accumulated no meaningful statistics during the 5-0 loss to Nashville, despite playing over 15 minutes. He's not looking like a fantasy option in the short term.
News: Reese is expected to recalled from the AHL before the game Monday, according to Newsday.
Analysis: The Islanders have lost a d-man in each of the last two games, so Reese will stick with the team until either Radek Martinek or Mark Eaton, maybe both, returns to action.
News: Reese will play for the Islanders on Wednesday, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: Reese will take the spot of Jack Hillen who is out with a concussion. He should not be considered for a spot on your fantasy roster, but then again you could say that about any Islanders player at this moment.
News: Reese has been called up by the Islanders, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: There's no guarantee his stay on the island will be a long one, but Reese should get a limited opportunity to make an impact with the big club in the coming days. Reese has six points (1 G, 5 A) in 15 games with Bridgeport (AHL) this season.
News:Newsday reports that Islanders D Dylan Reese has been called up from the AHL.
Analysis: New York acquired Reese from the Blue Jackets earlier this week. He has yet to play in an NHL game and has no Fantasy value at this time.
News: The Islanders have traded RW Greg Moore to Columbus in exchange for D Dylan Reese.
Analysis: Moore, who has six NHL games under his belt, had 66 points in 72 AHL games a couple of seasons ago, but he's only managed 70 points in 133 games since then. Reese has yet to play in an NHL game and isn't any kind of prospect as a former seventh rounder. Continue to ignore both these guys in all Fantasy formats.