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|Last 10 Games|
|Greene, Kings Reach Agreement On Four-Year Deal |
|(6/24/14) Matt Greene finalized a four-year, $10 million contract extension with the Kings on Tuesday, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.|
|Kings, Greene Close To Contract Extension |
|(6/24/14) Matt Greene and the Kings are reportedly close to agreeing to a four-year contract extension, LA Kings Insider reports.|
|Kings' Greene Gets Two Helpers, Goes Plus-3 Sunday |
|(6/2/14) Matt Greene finished with two assists and a plus-3 rating in Sunday's Game 7 victory over the Blackhawks.|
|Kings' Greene Back In Lineup |
|(4/30/14) Matt Greene is slated to replace the injured Willie Mitchell in Wednesday's Game 7 against the Sharks, the San Jose Mercury News reports.|
|Kings' Greene Returns After Getting Stitched Up |
|(4/5/14) Matt Greene (cut) quickly returned to Saturday's game after being stitched up by arena doctors, according to CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.|
Kings, Greene Close To Contract Extension
Greene and the Kings are reportedly close to agreeing to a four-year contract extension, LA Kings Insider reports.Greene's previous contract is set to expire July 1, and the defending champs are looking to re-sign their alternate captain. Although Greene has not officially signed the extension, he appears poised to in the coming days. The 31-year-old blueliner recorded six points and 47 PIM in 38 regular season games this past season.
NHL rumors: Marian Gaborik offered three-year contract by Kings
Marian Gaborik is a free agent, coming off a big postseason for the champion Kings. Naturally LA wants to re-sign him, reportedly offering a three-year deal for $15 million.
Kings earned every ounce of their Stanley Cup victory
The Kings took the hard road to the top, but they made it. Through three difficult series to start the postseason to a grueling five-game Stanley Cup Final, this victory was well earned.
NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Rangers know they will have the raucous Madison Square Garden crowd on their side in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals.
|Matt Greene was limited to just 38 games due to injury and he's never been a factor in the offensive end. But that didn't stop the Kings from inking him to a four-year, $10 million contract extension in the offseason. He'll look to give the Kings some defensive-minded minutes on the back-end again this season. (Updated 8/13/14) |