Greene went scoreless with a minus-2 rating in Saturday's season finale against Florida, finishing the season with five goals, 20 assists and a minus-9 rating in 82 games.
The 36-year-old Greene was surprisingly effective offensively, notching 25 points after finishing with exactly 13 in each of the previous three campaigns. His production still wasn't enough to make him relevant in most formats, and the Devils' captain will likely regress next season, when he plays out the final year of a contract with a $5 million AAV.
Greene had two assists and blocked seven shots in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Oilers.
Greene has recorded four assists in his last five games, a slight boost to his usual levels of production. For the year, the American defender has 23 points (four goals, 19 helpers) in 71 games. It's his highest point total since he had 32 in 2013-14.
Greene tallied an assist and blocked five shots in Tuesday's 9-4 loss to the Flames.
The defender has a goal and three assists in his last 10 appearances, giving him 21 points in 70 games this year. He's also blocked 181 shots, which might be enough to make Greene an option for fantasy owners in leagues that count that category. Otherwise, the 36-year-old can likely be avoided outside of deeper leagues.
Greene recorded an assist and three shots on goal over 22:57 of ice time in Tuesday's 1-2 shootout loss to the Blue Jackets.
Greene's assist was secondary and came on a long pass into the offensive zone, where Blake Coleman gathered the puck and found Travis Zajac on the weak side for the game-tying goal. Tuesday's point was the Michigan native's first since Feb. 23. Greene has 20 points (four goals, 16 assists) in 67 games this season. In addition, the blueliner has notched 173 blocked shots --15 away from tying his career high -- and is averaging 21:01 of ice time per game.
Greene recorded two assists in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Sabres.
Greene's night was given a little boost, with the Devils' defenseman picking up a shorthanded helper on New Jersey's empty-net goal. The two-point performance ended a nine-game drought for Greene and moves him up to 17 points through 59 games. He was also a plus-3 in Sunday's win to lead all skaters.
Greene (undisclosed) didn't practice Friday, but he's expected to be in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Canadiens, Chris Ryan of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Greene was likely just given a day off Friday, so he should be good to go against Montreal. The veteran blueliner has notched three goals and 15 points in 50 appearances this campaign.
Greene (undisclosed) missed Friday's practice, but he'll make the trip to Montreal for Saturday's game against the Canadiens, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
The Devils have yet to release any details regarding the reason for Greene's absence from practice, but he should probably be considered questionable at best for Saturday's matinee matchup with Montreal at this juncture. If Greene's unable to go, Eric Gryba will likely draw into the lineup against the Canadiens.
Greene (undisclosed) will draw in Friday against the Coyotes, Chris Ryan of NJ.com reports.
Greene exited Wednesday's game in the second period for an undisclosed reason, but it appears he's ready to roll after a night off Thursday. The veteran blueliner will slot in alongside Steve Santini for the contest.
Greene exited Wednesday's game against the Stars in the second period and didn't return for the start of the third, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
All signs point to Greene missing the remainder of the night for an undisclosed reason. Assuming that's the case, he will have Thursday to rest whatever is bothering him before New Jersey takes on the Coyotes in Arizona. The Devils have two additional defensemen on the roster should Greene miss more time.
Greene recorded a pair of helpers -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 5-2 win over Boston. He also blocked six shots.
Before you get too excited about Greene's first man-advantage point in the past two seasons, take into account that it came on an empty-netter. He was deployed in a defensive role and the rare power-play apple doesn't stem from any newfound belief in his offensive ability. Don't count on a repeat effort anytime soon considering he came into this one with no points in the previous six games.
Greene celebrated his first goal of the season Monday, but the Devils would end up with a 5-2 road loss to the Sharks.
Sharks goalie Martin Jones sent forward Kyle Palmieri's shot back, only for Greene to cash in on the rebound. Skating in his 13th NHL season, Greene still logs a good amount of minutes for New Jersey -- he's averaging 21:03 of ice time per game -- and with one goal and seven helpers, the veteran finds himself on pace for his best offensive output since dropping 32 points with the Devils in 2013-14.
Greene recorded an assist in Tuesday's 7-3 loss to the Senators.
Greene snapped a seven-game point drought with his third helper in 13 games. He's recorded exactly 13 points in each of the previous three seasons and is currently on pace for 19, so there's little reason to look Greene's way in all but the deepest of formats.
Greene recorded one shot and two blocks over 19:14 of ice time in Thursday's 6-0 win over Washington.
Greene tied with Ben Lovejoy and Blake Coleman for the team lead in shorthanded ice time at 3:42 apiece. As the final score indicates, the trio was effective in shutting down a fearsome Washington power play. The veteran defenseman provides New Jersey with leadership and a solid presence in his own end, but those aren't qualities that should interest fantasy owners.
Greene pitched in 13 points (three goals, 10 assists) in 81 games during 2017-18, while also blocking 188 shots.
Although New Jersey's roster is seeing a youth movement, Greene still averaged 21:07 of ice time during 2017-18 and collected 10 points or more for the ninth straight season. However, the 35-year-old had three stretches of nine or more games in which he went pointless, and it seems his days clearing the 20-point plateau are in the past. Greene's presence was often felt defensively though, as his 188 blocked shots were the fourth most of the entire league, and were also a career high. The captain has two years left on his contract, and should continue to see consistent playing time in 2018-19.
Greene dished out a rare assist in Tuesday's 4-3 win over Carolina.
The helper was Greene's 10th of the season and it brought his point total to 13, tying his production from each of the past two campaigns. Couple that lack of scoring with a minus-9 rating, and there's little reason to own Greene in almost any format.
Greene dished out a helper and tied for the team lead with four blocked shots in 24:48 of ice time during Tuesday's 3-2 win over Pittsburgh.
Greene's first point since Jan. 18 bumps him up to 11 on the year. New Jersey's captain is getting all the ice time he can handle as part of an underwhelming defense corps, but his offensive contributions remain negligible.
Greene skated a team-high 20:50 in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Flames, but his contributions were limited to three blocked shots and a minus-1 rating.
New Jersey's captain is a solid presence in his own zone, but he never really brought much to the table offensively and is even less dangerous now at age 35. Finding a younger replacement is recommended for deep-league owners still trying to squeeze something out of Greene.
Greene fired three shots and picked up a five-minute major for fighting Brock Nelson in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Islanders.
Greene's five PIM were a major surprise considering he now has just 13 in 42 games. Add in the 35-year-old blueliner's nine points and minus-1 rating through 42 games, and it's clear Greene's value is limited outside the deepest of formats.
Greene logged an assist in a 5-2 win against Dallas on Sunday.
Greene has now notched points on back-to-back contests for the first time Dec. 2016, and is now up to seven points (two goals, five assists) in 31 games. The 35-year-old has also recorded 34 hits and ranks in a tie for 15th in the NHL for blocked shots (67), consistently filling the statsheet. Still, despite averaging 21:28 of ice time Greene doesn't have a power-play role, which limits his offensive upside and alludes to another season of 10-to-20 points for the New Jersey captain.
Greene had a goal and an assist in 26:15 of ice time in Sunday's comeback win over Chicago.
While Greene logs heavy minutes, he recorded just 13 points in each of his two previous seasons and doesn't hold much fantasy value. The 35-year-old rearguard blocks plenty of shots, but remains far more valuable to the Devils than he ever will be to fantasy owners. With just four points in 16 contests, Greene isn't on on the radar in most fantasy settings.
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