What NHL team does Mike Green play for? Mr. Green, 36, played for the Washington Capitals from 2005 to 2015. He retired from the Edmonton Oilers in 2020 after a 15-year career in the National Hockey League.
Is Mike Green still in the NHL? Mike Green told Tarik el-Bashir of The Athletic that he’s retiring after 15 seasons and 880 NHL games with the Capitals, Red Wings and Oilers. “Being an athlete isn’t the only part of who I am,” the 34-year-old Green said. “I am a husband, father, son, brother, uncle.
Why did Mike Green opt out? Green cited family health concerns as the reason behind his decision to drop out of the league’s restarted season. “Due to the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 and after much consideration, I’ve decided for deeply personal family health reasons not to participate in the return to play,” Green said in a statement.
What percentage of Game 1 winners win the series NHL? In NHL best-of-seven series, the winner of Game 2 has gone 381-150 — winning 71.8 percent of the series. Game 1 winners have gone 367-164 — a 69.1 percent winning percentage.