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Islanders Acquire Greene From Devils

Isles acquire defenseman Andy Greene in exchange for David Quenneville and 2021 second round pick

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The New York Islanders have acquired defenseman Andy Greene from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for David Quenneville and the club's 2021 second round pick.  

Greene has been a member of the Devils for his entire 14-year pro career and served as the team captain for the past five seasons. In 923 games, he has 49 goals and 197 assists for 246 points. During the Devils run to the 2012 Stanley Cup Final, Greene played in all 24 games.  

The Trenton, MI, native played 52 games in the American Hockey League, scoring 21 points (five goals and 16 assists) with the Lowell Devils.

Greene played four years of college hockey at Miami University (Ohio), scoring 27 goals and 87 assists for 114 points in 159 games. He is the Miami's all-time leader in games played and consecutive games played. Greene was named to the CCHA All-Rookie Team in 2003, the CCHA First All-Star Team in 2004, 2005, 2006), the NCAA West Second All-American Team in 2005 and the NCAA West First All-American Team in 2006. Greene served as one of Miami's captains in his final three seasons.  

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