The NHL Players’ Association announced Tuesday that three players did not play in the game but helped with the reconstruction of the arena.

The players, who are in their 20s, are Jaromir Jagr, Kevin Greene and Jonathan Drouin.

Greene played in the 2010 Stanley Cup Final and Greene was injured in the first period of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals.

“Jaromir’s a great guy, he’s been through a lot,” Greene said in a statement.

“Jonathan Drouan played in nine games for us this year and I really believe that’s what he really cares about and that’s a testament to his work ethic, his dedication and his desire to improve his game and his skill level. “

“It’s a really special feeling when you’re with a group of people who have all the same goals and all the different things you want to achieve and who have the same passion and have the ability to succeed in the NHL.” “

The players will return to the ice Wednesday in Ottawa. “

It’s a really special feeling when you’re with a group of people who have all the same goals and all the different things you want to achieve and who have the same passion and have the ability to succeed in the NHL.”

The players will return to the ice Wednesday in Ottawa.

Greene was among five NHL players to be selected in the 2013 NHL Draft.

The other players were Ryan Suter, Jake Muzzin, Filip Forsberg and Justin Schultz.

Greene, a five-time All-star, won two Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2005-06 and 2007-08.

Greene has also played in six NHL playoff games.

He has 1,300 points (1,200 goals, 707 assists) and 790 penalty minutes (1.061) in 1,054 career NHL games.