What Scouting Reports Do You Have On Andy Greene?
How Well Will He Do With His New Team,The New York Islanders?
- 2 months agoFavourite answer
Depends on how they use him. His numbers in NJD show that he doesn't get a lot of offensive zone starts, and when he's on the ice he gets caved in with respect to possession and goals for/against at 5v5. Playing protected minutes would help but at 37 he's getting into "old and slow" territory pretty quickly.
- Anonymous2 months ago
just another 3rd pair bum. bottom line pigeon just like the rest of the devils, now they offloaded one and still have 27 to go
- James BlackleyLv 72 months ago
If you want a puck rushing blueliner, then he is won't be your 'cup of tea", his highest point total was 32 back in 2013/14!
He's not a big blueliner (5'10), but he is good at moving the puck out of his own end, and transitioning it up to the forwards. He is usually defensively sound positionally, he's never really burned by speed, but he will struggle against the bigger forwards of the game. He can handle big minutes, he plays somewhat physical, and he will block a ton of shots as well!
He will actually fit in really well with them.
- LônLv 72 months ago
Why do you Yanks capitalise every word in a sentence?? Trump's orders????