2007-08: Reid skated in 60 games for the Burnaby Express in his second season in the BCHL. He was the league's second-leading goal scorer with 52 goals and his 87 points were second only to the Express' Carlo Finucci on the team (Finucci led all BCHL scorers with 102 points). In five playoff games, Reid scored 3 goals with 4 assists and 9 PMs. He was ranked 85th amongst North American skaters in Central Scouting's final rankings but not selected in the 2008 NHL Draft.
2008-09: Reid began his third BCHL season with the Express before being traded to the Penticton Vees in November. In 40 games between the two teams he scored 17 goals with 22 assists and had 25 PMs, twice missing time during the season due to injury. In 10 playoff games with the Vees he scored 1 goal with 5 assists and had 2 PMs. Reid committed to playing college hockey at Northeastern.
2009-10: Reid deferred his commitment to Northeastern until 2010-11 and returned to junior hockey. After being traded from Penticton to Nanaimo in the BCHL and then Brooks in the Alberta League, he eventually wound up with the USHL's Lincoln Stars. Despite missing time due to injuries for the third straight season, Reid was the leading scorer for the Stars with 16 goals and 20 assists; playing in 46 of 60 games. He had 46 PMs and was -8. The Stars finished with the league's worst record, winning just 16 games.
2010-11: Reid skated in 37 of 38 games for Northeastern as a freshman and was the Huskies fourth-leading scorer. He scored 11 goals with 17 assists and was an even plus/minus with 18 PMs. The Huskies finished sixth in Hockey East and lost to defending national champion Boston College in the Hockey East semifinals, finishing 14-16-8 for the year. Reid signed an entry-level contract with San Jose in April 2011- foregoing his final three years of college hockey.
2011-12: Reid had a good rookie season in the AHL with Worcester where the offensively skilled forward saw time on the team's power play. He scored ten goals (three on the power play) along with 15 assists and an okay minus two rating in 66 games.
Reid is a natural scorer with a quick accurate release who seems to find the open ice and real nose for the net. The offensively skilled winger has a good work ethic, listens well to instruction and practices hard to improve his overall game. He needs to get strong on the boards and has to improve his four step acceleration and balance to play at the faster speed at the NHL level.
Reid will be returning to the AHL with Worcester for his second year and should increase his offensive numbers as he adjusts to the professional game. He could be one of the AHL Sharks top scorers this upcoming season.