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2 Matt Greene D
Height/Weight: 6-3/232 | Birthdate: 5/13/1983 | Birthplace: Grand Ledge, MI, USA | Team: Los Angeles Kings | College: North Dakota | NHL Experience: 8 | Salary: $3,000,000 | Owned/Started%: 1/0
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4/5/2014

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Returns After Getting Stitched Up

News: Matt Greene (cut) quickly returned to Saturday's game after being stitched up by arena doctors, according to CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
Analysis: He's one tough dude. We don't know how many stitches or where the cut actually is, but there was a lot of blood. Good to see him back so fast.

4/5/2014

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Foot Bloodied, Leaves Game

News: Matt Greene left Saturday's game at the mid-point of the third period after sustaining some kind of cut on his ankle or foot, according to CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
Analysis: There's no word on the type or severity of the injury, but the Canucks' team doctor was called to the Kings' dressing room immediately. The game had to be stopped to clean the ice near the Kings' crease and close-up footage showed Matt Greene's foot quite bloodied. He'd just blocked a Jason Garrison shot using his ankle and then took down Ryan Kesler in the crease.

1/28/2014

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Returns From Concussion

News: Matt Greene, who had been sidelined since Jan. 13 with a concussion, logged nearly 18 minutes of ice time in his return Monday.
Analysis: Matt Greene isn't going to factor into things too much on the offensive end, but he did block four shots and record five hits in his return.

1/21/2014

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Resumes Working Out

News: Matt Greene (head) has resumed working out off the ice, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene still has yet to receive clearance to begin skating, as he remains under the NHL's concussion protocol. There is no definitive timetable for his return until he resumes practicing.

1/14/2014

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Out For Road Trip

News: Matt Greene (concussion) will not join the team on its upcoming four-game road trip, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: The Kings are officially labeling Matt Greene's injury as an upper-body ailment, but reports earlier in the day that he was being evaluated for a head injury lead us to believe that he's dealing with a concussion. Greene had previously missed significant time earlier this season with a concussion, and he'll likely be forced to follow the league protocol just as thoroughly this time around.

1/14/2014

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Being Evaluated For Concussion

News: Matt Greene is being evaluated for a concussion, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene came to blows with the Canucks' Kevin Bieksa with 8:28 left in the second period and didn't return to the game after being banished to the penalty box. It was the first game for the defenseman since Jan. 2, as Alec Martinez seems to have taken his over his spot on the third pairing in recent games.

12/16/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Returns From Injury

News: Matt Greene (upper body) returned to the lineup for the first time since early November in a 3-1 loss to Chicago on Sunday.
Analysis: Matt Greene was inserted into the lineup for Willie Mitchell, who missed the game with an illness, so it's unclear whether Greene has earned a spot in the regular rotation when everyone is healthy. He's not much of a factor in most fantasy formats regardless.

12/11/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Not Expected To Play Wednesday

News: Matt Greene (upper body) is not expected to play Wednesday against the Maple Leafs, Helene Elliott of the LA Times reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene was activated off IR on Tuesday, but it appears that he's not yet ready to return to the lineup. He'll likely need a couple practices to get back into shape, but should return soon.

12/10/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings Activate Greene From IR

News: Matt Greene (upper body) was activated from injured reserve Tuesday.
Analysis: With the Kings pleased with the progress Matt Greene has made over the last few weeks, he'll rejoin the 23-man roster. While he won't be used Tuesday against the Canadiens, expect Greene to reenter the lineup later this week.

12/10/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Ready To Return

News: Coach Darryl Sutter said Matt Greene (upper body) is now ready to play, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene demonstrated he was healthy during morning skate, but Sutter has no plans of using him in the lineup Tuesday night vs. the Canadiens, keeping him on IR a little longer. With the Kings set to play their second game of a back-to-back Wednesday in Toronto, it seems likely Greene could be activated at that time to grant another defenseman some rest.

12/9/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Green Plans To Travel On Road Trip

News: Matt Greene (upper body) said that he plans on accompanying the team on its upcoming road trip, which begins Tuesday in Montreal, the LA Kings Insider reports.
Analysis: By no means is Matt Greene certain to return on the road trip, but it sounds like a possibility. The 30-year-old has been out since Nov. 2 with the upper-body injury and just recently resumed skating with the team.

12/6/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Getting Closer To Return

News: Matt Greene (upper body) was a full participant in a non-contact practice Thursday, the LA Kings Insider reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene's missed the last 14 games and is getting closer to a return. The Kings embark on a stretch of four road games in six days starting Tuesday, which could complicate a possible return.

11/29/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Resumes Skating

News: Matt Greene (upper body) resumed skating Friday morning, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene indicated he wasn't especially close to returning to game action, but his involvement in on-ice work Friday shows he's at least making some level of progress in his recovery. He might require another week or so of practices before he's activated from injured reserve.

11/13/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Headed For Long-Term IR

News: Matt Greene (upper body) is headed for long-term IR, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: An upper-body injury will put Matt Greene on the shelf for an extended period of time, but if there's any good news in this, it's that the injury is reportedly unrelated to the back surgery Greene had last season. He won't be eligible to return until Nov. 27.

11/12/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene To Remain Sidelined

News: Matt Greene (undisclosed) will not make the team's upcoming four-game road trip, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: It's still uncertain what exactly is bothering Matt Greene, but it's clear he's not close to returning.

11/9/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Greene Remains Sidelined For Kings

News: Matt Greene (undisclosed) hasn't resumed skating and isn't close to a return, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Analysis: Matt Greene's not much of a point producer but certainly helps the Kings' defensive effort when he's in the lineup.

11/7/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Doubtful To Play Thursday

News: Matt Greene is doubtful for Thursday's game agasint Buffalo according to head coach Darryl Sutter, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene is considered to be "banged up" thus the doubtful designation given to him for Thursday's game. It doesn't appear as if there is anything serious here so if Greene doesn't play Thursday, expect him to return shortly there after.

10/20/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Picks Up Two Points In Win

News: Matt Greene chipped in a goal and an assist in Saturday's win over the Stars.
Analysis: Matt Greene's not known for his point-producing abilities so enjoy the unexpected added bonus if he's a part of your lineup.

9/9/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Ready For Training Camp

News: Matt Greene had surgery performed over the off-season to remove a staph infection in his elbow and states that he's "ready to go" for training camp, the LA Kings Insider reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene struggled with injuries all throughout last season, including a herniated disc, which he suffered in the Kings' first game. He returned to the team in April and was able to play in 14 total games. He should be all set to start training camp this week.

5/21/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene To Play Tuesday

News: Matt Greene (lower body) will play in Tuesday's Game 4 against the Sharks, Helene Elliott of the LA times reports.
Analysis: Matt Greene has not played in a game since Apr. 24, but he will take the ice Tuesday night as the Kings aim to go up 3-1 against the Sharks.

5/18/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Green Will Not Play In Game 3

News: Matt Greene (lower body) has been scratched from Saturday's lineup for Game 3.
Analysis: Matt Greene has only played in five games this season and hasn't been in the lineup since Apr. 24. His status going forward remains unknown, but he is not likely to be a major contributor through the remainder of the playoffs.

5/15/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Skates But Remains Sidelined

News: Matt Greene (lower body) participated in the morning skate prior to Game 1 but remains out of the lineup, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: It would seem unlikely that Matt Greene gets back into the lineup barring an injury to another blueliner given the recent play of the Kings.

5/7/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene Expected To Be Out Awhile

News: Matt Greene (lower body) is not expected to return any time soon, Helene Elliott of the LA Times reports.
Analysis: It's not likely the Kings will tell us anything more about the injury during the playoffs, but this doesn't rule out a return either if the Kings make a deep run at the Cup.

5/3/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene (Undisclosed) Could Play Saturday

News: Kings coach Darryl Sutter said there's a possibility Matt Greene (undisclosed) plays in Saturday's Game 3 against the Blues, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Prior to Thursday's Game 2, Sutter said he wouldn't push to get Matt Greene back before the 29-year-old was ready, but with the Kings now down 0-2 in the series, it seems he'd like all the help he can get.

5/2/2013

Matt Greene, D, LA

Matt Greene

Kings' Greene (Undisclosed) Unlikely To Play Game 2

News: Coach Darryl Sutter said Matt Greene (undisclosed) is unlikely to play Game 2 against the Blues, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Sutter doesn't want to rush Matt Greene back into the lineup until he regains his timing after he was limited to just five games this season. Until Greene is deemed ready to go, Sutter will stick with youngsters Jake Muzzin and Keaton Ellerby to provide quality ice time defensively for the team.