Reynold grew up playing youth hockey for the New Jersey Colonials organization before attending Delbarton School. While at Delbarton, he played an integral part of the numerous Mennen Cup Championship and State Tournament teams. He captained Delbarton during his senior year and was named first team All County and All State as a defenseman.
After high school he played two years of Junior A hockey for the Chicago Freeze of the North American Hockey League (NAHL). During his first year with the Chicago Freeze, the team was selected to represent the NAHL in the Gold Cup tournament, where the top teams from the NAHL, the America West Hockey League (AWHL), and the United States Hockey League (USHL) played for the Gold Cup Championship; his team placed third in the tournament and received the bronze medal. During his second year with the Chicago Freeze, he was named one of the team’s captains and selected to play in the Top Prospects tournament, a showcase tournament that included all of the top junior players in USA hockey.
After playing for the Chicago Freeze, Reynold played four years of Division I hockey for the Lake Superior State University Lakers of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA), where he was regularly matched against the other team’s top line for all four years. During his time as a Laker, he was named the team’s most valuable defenseman from his sophomore through senior years and was selected as one of the team’s captains his senior year. After college he played minor league hockey in the New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs organizations for the Charlotte Checkers and Columbia Inferno, respectively, of the East Coast Hockey League.
Reynold currently works for Deloitte Tax LLP and resides in Randolph, New Jersey with his wife, Timienne, and two children, Anthony (3) and Ava (1).