The top scoring defenseman on the team, and tied for eighth in the league among blue-liners, with 18 points on six goals and 12 assists ... Led the team with 46 penalty minutes ... Scored the game-winning goal in the win over Niagara in the first round of the CHA Tournament ... Named the CHA Defensive Player of the Week twice this season ... Earned the first award when he scored four points in the Holy Cross series, Oct. 19-20 ... Earned his second player of the week honor, Dec. 10, as he scored two goals, including the game-winner against Army in the 5-4 win, Dec. 8 ... All-tournament at the UConn Classic with three assists in two games ... Tied his season-high with two assists in the win over Wayne State, Jan. 12.
Played in 24 games on defense ... Tied for second among the defensemen with three goals, 11 assists and 14 goals ... +4 plus/minus ratio was among the best by a defenseman ... Third on the team with 40 penalty minutes ... Two goals and three assists in CHA games ... Netted a short-handed goal in the win over American International, Oct. 14 ... Power-play goal against Findlay, Feb. 10 ... Tied a career best with four assists against Augsburg College ... The four assists tied the most by a Falcon during the season ... Missed the final three series of the regular season and the CHA Tournament due to a violation of Academy rules.
Played in 37 of the 39 games as a second-line defenseman ... The second-leading scorer among the defensemen and the third-leading scorer among the freshmen with 17 points on four goals and 13 assists ... Led the team with 29 penalties and 66 minutes ... Two of his four goals came on the power play ... Had a phenomenal seven-point series against Fairfield, Oct. 29-30 ... One goal and two assists in the first game ... Four assists in the second game ... His four assists were the most by any Falcon during the season ... Two assists against Alabama-Huntsville, Feb. 11 ... One goal and one assist in his first collegiate game (Boston University, Oct. 9).
High School (Maine South)
Lettered in hockey four years, golf three years, baseball twice and wrestling once ... Played for Team Illinois in 1996 and 1997 ... Team won the 1997 AAA midget national championship ... High school hockey coach was Brad Saban ... Team Illinois coach was Tom "Chico" Ahdratas ... On the school's honor roll all four years.
Parents are Brian and Patricia Reaney ... Member of Cadet Squadron 12, the Dirty Dozen ... Major is management ... Played for Guy Peron's Chicago Freeze of the North American Hockey League in 1997-98 and 1998-99 ... Played in the NAHL all-star game in 1998-99 ... Hobby is playing golf ... Hopes to attend graduate school after leaving the Academy ... Also recruited by Miami of Ohio, Army and Ferris State ... Is the academic officer in his squadron ... Worked base training at Combat Survival Training last summer ... On the athletic's list all four years ... Favorite NHL team is the Detroit Red Wings ... Favorite player is Red Wings' center Steve Yzerman ... Favorite TV show is Seinfeld ... Favorite movie is Braveheart.
Reaney's Career Statistics
|1999-00 (Fr). ||37||4||13||17||29-66||36||2||1||0|
|2000-01 (So.) ||24||3||11||14||16-40||41||1||1||0|
|2001-02 (Jr.) ||31||6||12||18||19-46||51||3||0||2|