Ryan Greene charging up the ice
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Overlooked Blackhawks Prospect Breaking Through Barriers

Published January 26, 2024 at 11:14 PM
It is in no question that the Chicago Blackhawks have one of the best prospect systems in the league. However, this just proves it more, as this prospect is a point-per-game player and isn't even being talked about.

Ryan Greene, second line center on Boston University of the NCAA behind the well known Macklin Celebrini, is tearing it up.

Greene was selected in the second round of last year's draft by Kyle Davidson's crew. Ryan, now 20, may be looking at an NHL debut very soon. Greene has seven goals and 14 assists, tallying up to 21 points in 21 games.

Hawks fans have set very high expectations for him, possibly being a second line center like he is now at Boston, or even getting the first line winger slot.
January 26   |   296 answers
Overlooked Blackhawks Prospect Breaking Through Barriers

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