Zack Greer Come Out Of Retirement, Franchise Tagged By Colorado

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A ten-year veteran, forward Zack Greer has come out of retirement after just one year, and has been franchise tagged by the Colorado Mammoth. Greer spent two seasons with the Mammoth before initially retiring following the 2018 season. 

The Whitby, ON native was drafted third overall in the 2009 draft by the Minnesota Swam. Greer spent two years in Minnesota before spending six years with the Rush, five in Edmonton and one in Saskatchewan. He is now heading into the third season with Colorado. 

Greer has tallied a career total 440 points (239G/201A) over his ten-year NLL career, thus far. Coming out of retirement, he will be a very valuable addition back into the Mammoth offense. 

With player such as Kyle Killen, Ryan Lee, Eli McLaughlin, and others already on that offense Greer will be a great addition as both a contributor and veteran leaders in the locker room. 


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