Shaw (concussion) indicated Monday that he intends to return for the 2020-21 season, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Shaw sat out all but 26 games in 2019-20 due to a concussion and admitted that he had battled with concussions the previous season, as well. While it may not spell an end to his career at this point, it certainly puts him more in danger of longer absences should future incidents occur. For now, Shaw is gearing up for a return to the Blackhawks next season after compiling 10 points (three goals, seven assists) this year.
Shaw (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2020-21 campaign. Shaw has already been sidelined for three months due to a concussion, and he's evidently still experiencing symptoms. The 28-year-old forward will finish the campaign having notched three goals and seven assists in 26 games.
Shaw is still experiencing concussion symptoms and isn't close to returning to game action, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports. Recoveries from concussions are impossible to predict, but at this point it's safe to assume Shaw won't be ready to return before the calendar flips to 2020. The feisty forward will remain on long-term injured reserve for the duration of his absence.
Shaw (concussion) was flipped to long-term injured reserve Monday. Shaw was already on injured reserve, but his placement on LTIR will rule him out through the Christmas break. With the center unavailable, the club promoted Matthew Highmore from AHL Rockford, who figures to compete with Kirby Dach and Ryan Carpenter for Shaw's spot in the lineup.
Chicago placed Shaw (concussion) on injured reserve Friday. Shaw will technically be eligible to return to action Sunday against Arizona, but until the Blackhawks provide another update on his status, he should be considered out indefinitely. Once he's given the green light, the 28-year-old will return to a middle-six role and a spot on one of Chicago's power-play units.
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