Top Drew Shore News

  • Drew Shore: Hangs up skates

    Shore announced via social media Tuesday that he is retiring from professional hockey

    Shore logged four games for the Hurricanes this season, the first time he found himself back in the NHL since 2016-17 when he was with Vancouver. In all, the 30-year-old center logged 98 games over the course of his six-year NHL career with stops in Florida, Calgary, Vancouver and Carolina.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Added to active roster

    Shore was recalled from the taxi squad for Monday's tilt with Nashville, per CapFriendly.

    Shore will make just his fourth appearance of the season Monday. He's averaging 6:53 of ice time and is still searching for his first point of the 2020-21 campaign.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Reassigned to taxi squad

    Shore was sent to the taxi squad Sunday, CapFriendly reports.

    Shore was an emergency recall and skated in a bottom-line role for Carolina on Saturday. The 30-year-old has been held without a point in three games this season.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Promoted on emergency loan

    Shore was promoted to the active roster under emergency conditions Saturday, per CapFriendly.

    Shore centered the fourth line Saturday versus the Blue Jackets with Cedric Paquette (undisclosed) out. Expect Shore to bounce between the active roster and taxi squad until the Hurricanes get some injured forwards back.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Draws into lineup

    Shore was promoted to the active roster under emergency conditions Saturday, per CapFriendly.

    Shore saw just 4:02 of ice time in Saturday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Panthers. He'll likely be in the mix for playing time while the Hurricanes deal with injuries among their forwards.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Ascends to taxi squad

    Shore was promoted to Carolina's taxi squad Thursday, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.

    Shore will be on hand as an emergency option for Thursday's game versus the Panthers. He's only cracked the Hurricanes' lineup one time this year, posting a minus-1 rating in 8:35 of ice time in a 4-3 win over Dallas on Jan. 31.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Back to minors

    Shore was assigned to AHL Chicago on Monday, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.

    Shore suited up in Sunday's 4-3 overtime win against the Stars, logging 8:35 of ice time and a minus-1 rating. That appearance marked his first NHL game since the 2016-17 campaign. Barring another slew of injuries, Shore likely will spend the rest of the year in the minors.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Shifts to active roster

    Shore was promoted from the taxi squad Sunday, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.

    Max McCormick (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Sunday, opening the roster spot for Shore. The 30-year-old will make his Hurricanes debut in Sunday's game against the Stars, and it will be his first NHL game since the 2016-17 season.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Ascends to taxi squad

    Shore was recalled to the Hurricanes' taxi squad Thursday.

    Shore hasn't played an NHL game since the 2016-17 season. He's now eligible to practice and travel with the big club, and he'll add depth with a few players still in the COVID-19 protocol.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Waived by Canes

    The Hurricanes placed Shore on waivers Friday, TSN.ca reports.

    The 29-year-old journeyman last played in the NHL in 2016-17, logging 14 games with the Canucks. Since then, he's played the last three seasons in the Swiss league and KHL, so the transition back to the North American game may prove to be a bit of an adjustment for him. Shore will likely spend this season in the AHL provided he clears waivers.

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  • Hurricanes' Drew Shore: Back in North America

    Shore signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Hurricanes on Wednesday.

    The deal will pay Shore $700,000 in the NHL or $150,000 in the AHL for the 2020-21 season. Shore spent the past season in the KHL, racking up four goals and 27 points across 43 games. The 29-year-old last played in the NHL in 2016-17 when he logged 14 games with the Canucks and tallied a pair of assists. Shore is expected to add a veteran presence and depth to the organization at center next season.

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  • Drew Shore: Signs with Russian club

    Shore agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Kunlun Redstar (KHL) on Thursday, Igor Eronko of Sport-Express reports.

    Shore was playing with Zurich SC in the Swiss league before making the move to the KHL's Chinese club. The 27-year-old last played in the NHL in 2016-17 when he logged 14 games with the Canucks and tallied a pair of assists. At this point, the Denver native is unlikely to get another look in the NHL.

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  • Drew Shore: Returns to Swiss league

    Shore has signed a two-year contract with Zurich of the Swiss-A league, Ben Kuzman of the Vancouver Province reports.

    The former University of Denver standout averaged nearly a point per game for Koloten HC in Switzerland this past season, and he tried to pump some life into his NHL career by inking a contract with the Canucks in mid March. However, he managed just two assists for his only points through 14 games in a bottom-six role. Obviously, there's nothing to look at here from a fantasy hockey standpoint.

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  • Canucks' Drew Shore: Signs deal Sunday

    Shore was signed for the rest of the year Sunday by the Canucks, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province and Sun reports.

    He hasn't played in the NHL this year, as he's been playing in the Swiss league instead. In his last two NHL seasons, Shore notched four goals in 13 games, so don't expect a high-scoring fantasy player.

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  • Drew Shore: Inks deal to play overseas

    Shore signed a contract with Kloten of Switzerland's National League A on Friday, TSN reports.

    Shore was a second-round (44th overall) draft pick by the Panthers in 2009. The hulky center recorded nine goals and 15 assists in 80 NHL games split between the Panthers and Flames, and now he's set to play overseas for the first time in his career.

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  • Flames' Drew Shore: Headed to Stockton

    The Flames have assigned Shore to AHL Stockton.

    Shore, who recorded an assist in two games with the big club this season, will finish up the current campaign with Stockton, where the 25-year-old forward has tallied 10 goals and 35 points in 56 AHL games to date.

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  • Flames' Drew Shore: Emergency recalled by Flames

    Shore was called up to Calgary on Thursday.

    Shore's recall is likely as a replacement for Lance Bouma (oblique), who was ruled out for the remainder of the season. The center has yet to suit up for the Flames this season, but has registered 10 goals and 25 helpers in 56 contests for AHL Stockton this year. An extensive slate of games Thursday should give fantasy owners plenty of alternatives to the untested 25-year-old.

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  • Shore Accepts Qualifying Offer With Flames

    Shore accepted his qualifying offer with the Flames on Wednesday.Shore, who tallied three points in 11 games with the Flames last season, will compete for a roster spot with the big club in training camp. The Flames have a deep forward group, however, so he will likely spend the majority of the 2015-16 season with AHL Stockton.
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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 209 lbs
Birthplace: Denver, CO
Age: 30
Experience: 6
Shoots: Right