Ryan Greene is a speedy two-way forward who makes a significant impact on the defensive side of the game. He’s a good skater who has solid top-end speed, allowing him to push the pace of play at both ends of the ice. His defensive game is one of his best assets, as he always has…
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Ryan Greene is a speedy two-way forward who makes a significant impact on the defensive side of the game. He’s a good skater who has solid top-end speed, allowing him to push the pace of play at both ends of the ice. His defensive game is one of his best assets, as he always has his head on a swivel giving him the opportunity to survey the defensive zone. With his speed, he can jump into passing or shooting lanes to break up plays with ease. He’s usually the most engaged player when he’s on the ice, as his motor and tenacity on defense really shine through in his game. It makes him a pain in the ass to play against. Offensively he’s a bit of a mixed bag. His good skating ability allows him to drive transition at times. His playmaking ability is further along than his scoring prowess and, while he’s not an elite playmaker, he is more than capable of running his team’s power play unit. His offensive awareness and ability to get the puck into the prime scoring areas needs some work. A lot of the time he carries the puck into the opponent’s end and stays on the perimeter rather than attacking the slot or trying to make a pass to a teammate in a position of advantage. The inconsistencies on offense were evident in his attack all season long, and if he wants to become a more impactful player as his career progresses he’s going to have to re-evaluate his attack and show significant progress in his efforts to find more dangerous areas. He has the skillset to be a solid bottom-six forward who can occasionally chip in on the offensive side of the game, but there could be more there. He would be a nice complimentary piece on a checking line because of the strengths in his defensive game.