Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Colin Greening
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 09/03/1986
AGE: 28
DRAFTED: OTT: 2005-204 overall
2012-13: Tied for fifth among Senators with 19 points (eight goals, 11 assists) ... Was one of three Ottawa players (and one of two forwards) to record greater than 100 hits this season (122) ... Has missed only one game through two-plus seasons as an NHL player ... Tied a career-best with three points (one goal, two assists) including the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win over Toronto on Feb. 23 ... Had two multi-point games ... Played in all 10 of Ottawa’s playoff games, recording four points (three goals) ... Scored his first NHL playoff goal on May 14 at Pittsburgh (4-1 loss) ... Became the 14th player in Senators franchise history to record a game-winning goal in overtime, with a double-overtime marker against Pittsburgh on May 19 (2-1 win) … Opened the season by playing 17 games with Aalborg (Denmark) recording 13 goals and 25 points. 2011-12: Set Senators career highs in goals (17), assists (20), points (37) and penalty minutes (46) in his first full NHL season ... Recorded second career two-goal game on Jan. 19 at San Jose (4-1 win) ... Was one of three Senators (Cowen, Foligno) to appear in all 82 regular-season games ... Was selected as one of 12 rookies to participate in the 2012 NHL All-Star Weekend ... Finished second in the fastest skater competition with a time of 12.963 seconds during all-star weekend ... Recorded one assist in seven playoff games in Ottawa’s quarter-final series against the N.Y. Rangers. 2010-11: Made NHL debut at New Jersey on Feb. 1 (2-1 loss) … Recorded first point with an assist vs. Florida on Feb. 23 (5-1 win) … Scored first goal at Atlanta on March 3 (3-1 win). 2009-10: Tied his collegiate high with 15 goals and set new highs with 20 assists and 35 points in his final ECAC season at Cornell … Was named an ECAC second-team all star. 2008-09: Recorded 15 goals and 16 assists in 36 games for Cornell … Named to the ECAC’s second all-star team. 2007-08: Registered 33 points (14 goals, 19 assists) in 36 games with Cornell … Named an ECAC second-team all-star. 2006-07: Scored 11 goals and added eight assist in his freshman year at Cornell.