Despite his breakout season for Portland (50 goals and 109 points in 69 regular season games, and 16 goals and 33 points in 21 WHL playoff games), Bjorkstrand will likely return to junior hockey for one more season if he doesn't make the Blue Jackets' roster in training camp, the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Reilly has elected to return to the University of Minnesota for one more season, the Columbus Dispatch reports. "It just makes so much sense for me, physically, to stay in college," Reilly said. "It was a tough decision, actually, because turning pro would be exciting and because it was possible. But when I sat down with [Blue Jackets general manager] Jarmo Kekalainen and the coaching staff, and when I talked to the coaches back in Minnesota, we all agreed it was best for me."