• Devils' Greene Assists In Friday's Victory

    News: Andy Greene registered an assist in Friday's shootout win over the Canadiens.
    Analysis: Andy Greene is hanging on to a top-pairing role with the Devils, but has little to show for it this season. With three goals, 22 points, and a plus-3 rating over 78 games, Greene doesn't hold much appeal beyond very deep leagues.
  • Devils' Greene Stays Hot With Assists

    News: Andy Greene added a pair of assists in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Flyers.
    Analysis: Make it four games in a row now for Andy Greene with at least one point, as he's chipped in a goal and four assists in that span. The 32-year-old is also working a plus-10 rating -- just two off of his personal best in that area -- but with just 18 points, he doesn't have much fantasy value outside of deeper formats.
  • Greene Nets Winner For Devils

    News: Andy Greene scored the game-winning goal in Saturday's 2-0 win over Columbus.
    Analysis: It was a pretty snipe -- he joined the rush up the left wing and took a pretty feed from Patrick Elias before wiring a wrister top cheddar from the left circle. It's only his second goal of the season (63 games), but second in his last five. Alas, that doesn't make him fantasy-worthy; it just makes him lucky.
  • Devils' Greene Gets First Goal In 71 Games

    News: Andy Greene scored his his first goal in 71 games in Saturday's win over Carolina.
    Analysis: He actually topped 30 points last season, but he'll be nowhere near that this season. His 13 points put him on the fringe of fantasy value.
  • Devils' Greene Collects Assist

    News: Andy Greene notched an assist in Tuesday's win over the Senators.
    Analysis: With 12 assists on the campaign, Andy Greene is half way to last season's totals, but it's his dropoff in goal scoring that has really sunk his fantasy value. Coming off a career-best eight-goal showing in 2013-14, Greene has failed to find the net in 51 games, with his low SOG totals (1.0 per game) not helping matters.
  • Devils' Greene Still Searching For First Goal

    News: Andy Greene is still looking for his first goal of the season.
    Analysis: After tallying a career-best eight goals a season ago, Andy Greene was expected to see that total regress a little bit, but not nearly to this extent. Though the top-pairing defender is averaging 23:28 of ice time, he's attempting barely over a shot per game, which hasn't helped his chances of breaking the scoring slump.
  • Devils' Greene Remains Consistent

    News: Andy Greene tallied four blocks, two hits and one shot in the Devils' win over the Senators on Saturday.
    Analysis: Andy Greene has proven he is consistent on defense early on in the season. His offensive production comes sporadically, but that should be perceived as icing on the cake to his defensive contributions.
  • Devils' Greene Unable to Keep Up the Pace

    News: Andy Greene was a minus-1 and had two blocks in the Devils' OT loss to the Rangers.
    Analysis: Andy Greene played heavy minutes today, and having to play shorthanded for an extended amount of time probably contributed to his minus-1 rating. However, he has remained consistent on the defensive end.
  • Devils' Greene Producing on Both Ends

    News: Andy Greene filled up the stat sheet on Saturday, with four blocked shots, an assist, and one point.
    Analysis: The Devils' top defenseman shows that he is capable of being a two way player on the ice. While defense is his calling card, his ability to produce offensively makes him an interesting choice for fantasy owners who are looking for a player who has balanced production on a nightly basis.
  • Devils, Greene Agree On Long-Term Deal

    News: Andy Greene and the Devils reached an agreement on a long-term contract Wednesday, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
    Analysis: The team hasn't specified the exact length of the contract, but it sounds like the 32-year-old Andy Greene could be locked in with the Devils for the rest of his career. He's entrenched himself as the team's top defenseman over the past two seasons, leading the unit in ice time while registering eight goals and 24 assists in 2013-14.