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Your Say: Colin Greening

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We've given out our grades. Now it's your turn!

Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports

We've finished our player grades for the 2014 season, but that was just 11 people talking about what they think--and it was a lot of information to talk about. Now it's time for our readers to cast their votes. And with that in mind, we present our Your Say series!

Colin Greening recap:

Colin Greening has the size, strength, and speed to be an effective NHLer. But he so rarely uses those qualities together at the same time. After his overtime heroics against Pittsburgh in the playoffs last season, Greening signed a three-year deal with $7.95 million. Given the team’s budget concerns, that new deal put a target on Greening’s back all season long. He had his worst season in the NHL, scoring just six goals and 17 points in 76 games. At 28 and with 3+ seasons in the NHL, Greening can’t be considered a young player anymore. This is what he is: a marginal fourth liner making $2.75 million next season.

Highest grade: D

Lowest grade: F