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Tim Hennessy, the Stanley Cup and Matt Greene talk during a recent interview for UND Insider Weekly.
One-on-one with Matt Greene and the Cup
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Updated: Wednesday 08/29/2014 08:08:30 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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"I wouldn't be in the situation I am today without my time at UND."

Strong words for a two-time Stanley Cup champion.

Matt Greene, the former University of North Dakota hockey player, has deep roots at his alma mater. Greene says it shaped him into the man he is today.

Greene talked about his time at UND, why he brought the Stanley Cup to campus and other subjects in a one-on-one interview with Tim Hennessy on UND Insider Weekly.

UND Insider Weekly debuts each Wednesday night on UNDsports.com and Fridays on Midco Sports Net.

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