Greenway finished with a goal in Thursday's 3-2 win over Winnipeg. The 21-year-old scored the game's first goal, and with it, now has three points in his first five games of the new year. Currently sitting at eight goals and 14 points through 42 games, Greenway continues to learn on the fly in what is his first full NHL season. The youngster has been used sparingly in 2018-19, averaging 12:39 of ice time and just 0:26 with the man advantage. That said, he should only get better with time, so holding onto him is advisable, especially for those competing in dynasty formats.
Greenway has points in two of his first three games of 2019. Minnesota's second-round (50th overall) pick from the 2015 draft wasn't able to get in on the team's lone goal in Monday's shutout win over the Habs, but Greenway is still performing as well as anyone could have hoped for a guy only averaging 12:35 of ice time. He's scored seven times to go along with six helpers through 40 games.
Greenway scored a goal and assisted on another in Wednesday's 6-4 win over Ottawa. The BU alumnus opened the scoring Wednesday with his third goal of the season. Along with the second-period assist, Greenway now has eight points in 21 contests in what's essentially his rookie season in the NHL, as he played in just six games a season ago. He is a high-ceiling prospect who should garner plenty of interest, especially in dynasty formats, where he figures to be a meaningful contributor for years to come.
Greenway set up Joel Eriksson Ek's first goal of the season Sunday, helping the Wild to a 3-2 road win over the Blues. Greenway has two goals and four assists through 16 games this season, which is actually a strong rate of offensive production for a guy who's averaging only 11:39 of ice time. Minnesota invested a second-round (50th overall) pick to acquire Greenway in the 2015 draft, so it would be prudent to stash him in dynasty leagues or deep keeper formats ahead of a breakout party that should arrive in the not-so-distant future.
Greenway scored one goal and fired three shots in Monday's 5-2 loss to the Canucks. It was Greenway's first game back from a two-game stint with AHL Iowa, and he looked like the player the Wild need him to be. In the first period, the 21-year-old picked up a rebound and forced it past Jacob Markstrom to tie the game. Greenway's logging time on the fourth line, so he's not an option in season-long fantasy leagues.
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