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A.J. Greer Talks About His Journey From Forgotten Man In Denver To Happy In Boston (+)

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A.J. Greer was selected 39th overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft by the Colorado Avalanche. Until now, he has struggled to stay in the NHL and find consistency in his game. Born in Canada, but attending boarding school in New Hampshire and Boston University, the New England area became a part of him.

After his Boston Bruins’ finished their morning practice, Greer took some time to chat with Colorado Hockey Now about how he’s gotten his NHL career back on track, when many thought it was over. Though he won’t play tonight, he’s become a valued member of the Bruins.

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Brennan is an aspiring sports writer just getting started in the industry. He is also an intern writer for Full Press Coverage. Brennan has lived in Colorado his whole life and is a graduate in History at Colorado State University. He loves rock and metal music, especially the band Papa Roach.

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