Greene (upper body) saw a doctor Monday as he works his way back from an upper body injury, LA Kings Insider reports. It's hard to say if Greene has suffered some sort of setback or simply stalled in his rehab as he didn't travel with the team on their recently concluded road trip and didn't skate with the team Monday.
Greene (upper body) remains without a definite timetable for return, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. While Greene doesn't have an official timetable, the fact that he hasn't been placed on long-term injured reserve bodes well. However, it doesn't sound as though he will be joining the lineup in thnear future, so it wouldn't be surprising if he misses the entirety of this week at a minimum, but his status remains pretty cloudy at this point.
Greene (upper body) won't travel on the Kings upcoming five-game road trip, Rich Hammond of the Orange County Register reports. Greene played in the first three games of the season, but has been out since October 16. Greene has been skating since the beginning of November, but unless he joins the Kings during their road trip, he wouldn't play until November 28, at the earliest.
Greene (upper body) is "getting better every day" but still has been unable to return to practice, LA Kings Insider reports. Greene is back to skating but hasn't been a participant in the contact portion of the team's practice as he works his way back from an upper body injury.
Greene (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Friday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. The move doesn't come as a huge surprise, as Greene has been sidelined with an upper-body injury since the preseason. Since he hasn't been able to suit up for a single tilt this season, Greene will likely be eligible to return to action as soon as he is healthy, whenever that may be.
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