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Wild recalls Jordan Greenway from Iowa

Forward tallied hat trick in AHL affiliate's victory over Colorado on Saturday

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Wild General Manager Paul Fenton today announced the NHL club has recalled forward Jordan Greenway from the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Greenway, 21 (2/16/97), has recorded one assist and eight shots on goal in nine games with Minnesota this season averaging 11:22 in TOI/game. He was assigned to Iowa on Oct. 26 and recorded three goals and five shots in two AHL games. Greenway tallied a hat trick, including the game-winning goal and four shots on goal in Iowa's 6-1 win over Colorado Saturday.


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The 6-foot-6, 227-pound native of Canton, N.Y., signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Wild on March 26, 2018, and made his NHL debut on March 27 at Nashville. He recorded 35 points (13-22=35) and 52 penalty minutes (PIM) in 36 games during his junior season at Boston University last season and helped the Terriers claim the 2018 Hockey East Tournament Championship and advance to the NCAA Northeast Regional Final. Greenway also collected a goal, 10 PIM and 13 shots in five games with Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, leading the U.S. in PIM and ranking third in shots. He skated in all five of the Wild's 2018 Stanley Cup Playoff games to become the first player to appear in the Olympics, NCAA Hockey Tournament and Stanley Cup Playoffs in the same season. Greenway tallied two points (1-1=2) in the playoffs, including his first career NHL goal in Game 3 vs. Winnipeg on April 15. He owns two assists in 15 career NHL games with Minnesota.

The Wild selected Greenway in the second round (50th overall) of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and wears sweater No. 18 with Minnesota.

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