Kyle Greentree

LW / Washington Capitals / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Flames trade Greentree to Blackhawks

    News: The Flames acquired D Aaron Johnson from the Blackhawks in exchange for LW Kyle Greentree on Wednesday.
    Analysis: Greentree was almost a point-per-game guy in the AHL last season with 76 points in 79 contests, but the 25-year-old has only played in four NHL games. Along with Johnson, who played 38 games for Chicago last season, Greentree has no Fantasy value at this time.
  • Greentree re-ups with Flames

    News: The Flames re-signed LW Kyle Greentree. The terms of the deal were not released.
    Analysis: Greentree led the Quad City Flames (AHL) in goals (39) and points (76) during the 2008-09 season. He appeared in two games with Calgary this season, recording no points. The undrafted free agent might find a roster spot in 2009-10, but can be ignored in Fantasy until further notice.
  • Lundmark and Greentree recalled

    News: The Flames called up Jamie Lundmark and Kyle Greentree from Quad City of the American Hockey League.
    Analysis: Both of these players are simply organizational depth and are with the team to make up for injured forwards in the big club. Leave them on waivers.
  • Flames send three to minors

    News: The Flames have sent LW Kyle Greentree, C Brett Sutter and D Matt Pelech to the minors.
    Analysis: None of these players have any Fantasy value.
  • Flames happy to land Greentree

    News: The Flames acquired LW Kyle Greentree from the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday in exchange for Tim Ramholt. "Kyle has a legitimate opportunity of playing on our team this season and hopefully Tim has a shot with Philadelphia," Flames GM Darryl Sutter told "This move is a continuation of our work to upgrade up front. On our depth chart, we believe a couple of our young defensemen in the AHL and a couple of our juniors had moved passed Ramholt."
    Analysis: Greentree saw his first NHL action in 2007-08, appearing in two games with the Flyers. In 72 games with the Philadelphia Phantoms of the AHL, he recorded 48 points. His 24 goals were a team high. Greentree remains a wait-and-see Fantasy project. He has to make an impact before being added in Fantasy leagues.
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