LA Kings defenseman Matt Greene, who is recovering from back surgery in late January to repair a herniated disc, has been skating for about two weeks
now, and is getting closer to returning to the lineup.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — After their “Debacle In Dallas” on April 9, the Los Angeles Kings
held meetings and had off-ice workouts on April 10 at their practice facility, the Toyota Sports Center
in El Segundo, California.
But one player was in his practice gear, skating with assistant coach John Stevens, and that was none other than defenseman Matt Greene, who is recovering from back surgery to repair a herniated disc after playing in the season opener on January 19.
“It felt good,” said Greene. “It’s good to get back out there. It’s good to get off the bike, or whatever else they’re giving you, to get your cardio in. It’s been a welcome relief skating for the last couple weeks. It’s been fun.”
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