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Islanders' Andy Greene: Not sure about his future

Greene hasn't made a decision about returning to the NHL next season, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Greene did say Saturday that if he does return next season, he would probably only play for the Islanders. This assumes the Islanders would be open to having Greene return to the team. Greene only has three goals, 15 points, and a rating of minus-4 in his last two seasons with the Islanders.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Scoreless in 21 straight games

Greene hasn't registered a point in the last 21 games. Greene isn't on the team for his offensive abilities, as he's only surpassed 20 points in a season once since the 2014-15 campaign. Greene is known because of his play on defense and to mentor the younger defenders for the Islanders.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Suiting up Sunday

Greene (undisclosed) is in Sunday's lineup against the Devils, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Greene will dress in a bottom-pair role Sunday after missing the last two contests. He's averaging 17:29 of ice time with nine points through 54 games this season.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Suiting up Friday

Greene (undisclosed) is expected to play Friday against the Rangers, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. It's unclear why Greene missed Thursday's win over Columbus but he'll limit his absence to just one game. The 39-year-old has been held without a point in 13 straight games after he posted a three-game point streak. He's averaging 17:29 of ice time through 54 appearances this season.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Out Friday

Greene (undisclosed) is not in Friday's lineup against the Rangers, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. It's unclear what Greene is dealing with but he'll miss his second straight game Friday despite taking warmups prior to the game. He'll be considered questionable for Sunday's clash with the Devils.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Game-time decision

Greene (undisclosed) will be a game-time call for Thursday's clash with Columbus, Stefen Rosner of NYI Hockey Now reports. Greene's status likely won't be confirmed until the Islanders take the ice for pregame warmups. Fantasy managers shouldn't need to monitor the 39-year-old vet's availability, as he's only picked up nine points through 54 contests this campaign.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Out Thursday

Green (undisclosed) will not play Thursday against the Blue Jackets, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Greene may have picked up an injury during Tuesday's tilt with Columbus but there's been little information on his status. The veteran defenseman will be considered questionable ahead of Friday's game against the Rangers. Grant Hutton will skate in his absence Thursday.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Back at it

Greene (undisclosed) will return to the lineup for Tuesday's game versus Ottawa. Greene will likely return to a bottom-four role following his one-game absence. The 39-year-old vet has picked up nine points through 49 contests this season.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Unavailable Sunday

Greene (maintenance) will not play Sunday against Philadelphia and is day-to-day. The 39-year-old defenseman could be traded ahead of Monday's trade deadline, but the official team announcement for now is that he's simply taking a maintenance day. Green has nine points and 68 blocked shots in 49 games this season.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Scoreless in four straight

Greene has failed to register a point and has a minus-2 rating over his last four games. Greene had been a healthy scratch for six straight games, but Zdeno Chara's upper-body injury forced the Islanders to place Greene back in the lineup. The veteran defenseman's value to the Islanders at this point in the season isn't likely to be for how he plays for the team, but rather in any possible assets he might bring back in a trade before the March 21 deadline.
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Islanders' Andy Greene won't get stressed out over impending trade deadline

Andy Greene faced a similar scenario two years ago as the Devils' captain, going into the final season of a contract on a team not likely playoff-bound. Then, Islanders president and general manager Lou Lamoriello traded for Greene, who waived a no-trade clause on Feb. 16, 2020 to be reunited with the executive who signed him into the Devils’ organization in 2006 as an undrafted free agent.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Grabs apple in loss

Greene logged an assist and blocked three shots in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Avalanche. Greene set up a Kyle Palmieri go-ahead goal in the second period. With a goal and an assist in his last two games, Greene has been productive since returning from a six-game stint as a healthy scratch. The 39-year-old is up to eight points, 70 blocked shots, 27 shots on net and a minus-5 rating in 40 contests. While he's listed on the top pairing with Noah Dobson -- in place of an injured Zdeno Chara (upper body) -- Greene's ice time (17:32 per game this season) is more aligned with a third-pairing role.
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Ross Johnston, Andy Greene make big impact in Islanders' win

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Ross Johnston and defenseman Andy Greene had been healthy scratches the previous six games, but both made a big impact on the Islanders’ 4-0 win over the Ducks on Sunday night at Honda Center. "You never want to sit out games and not be out...
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Rejoins lineup, scores goal

Greene scored a goal on two shots and blocked three shots in Sunday's 4-0 win over the Ducks. With Zdeno Chara (upper body) out of action Sunday, Greene ended his six-game run as a healthy scratch. It worked out well, as Greene was solid defensively and also tallied the Islanders' third goal. The 39-year-old has just seven points to go with 67 blocked shots, 26 shots on net and a minus-6 rating through 39 contests this season. Greene will probably stay in the lineup as long as Chara is sidelined, but neither of those two defensemen are productive enough at this point in their careers to make an impact in fantasy.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Healthy scratch once again

Greene will be a healthy scratch for his sixth straight game Saturday when the Islanders take on the Kings, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Coach Barry Trotz seems to have decided that he is better off with the offense of Sebastian Aho than he is with the defense of Greene as the Isles have struggled to score goals. Trotz can always change his mind, and maybe he will when the Islanders take on the Ducks on Sunday, but Greene rides the pine for now. Prospect Robin Salo is also an option to dress on the blue line over Greene.
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Islanders' Andy Greene: Scoreless in 11 straight

Greene hasn't registered a point in 11 straight games. Greene only has one goal and five assists in 38 games this season. Greene isn't on the team for offense, as his six points this season already eclipse the five he had last year in 55 games. Greene is a bottom-pairing defender that has been used to help bring along younger defensemen like Noah Dobson and Robin Salo. Some may argue that the Islanders would benefit more by letting Salo play over Greene, but coach Barry Trotz seems to prefer experience over youth.
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