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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Shore (undisclosed) will reenter the lineup Friday against the Wild, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.Shore's last appearance came on March 14 before he suffered the setback, but it's unclear if the injury has kept him out for each of the last five games or if he was a healthy scratch for some of those contests. Regardless, he'll slot back in on the third line for Friday's contest, but don't expect him to enjoy much security in the Calgary lineup.
Shore (undisclosed) will not play Wednesday against the Stars, Roger Millions of Sportsnet reports.It's not clear if Shore is still nursing the injury or if he's being regarded as a healthy scratch at this point. In any case, the young center will miss his fifth straight game, and doesn't figure to pick up much regular action with the Flames in what's left of the season.
Shore (undisclosed) will not play in Monday's game against the Avalanche.Shore will be missing his fourth-straight game Monday and should be considered day-to-day ahead of Wednesday's tilt against the Stars.
Shore (undisclosed) will not play Saturday against the Blue Jackets.With both Shore and Josh Jooris still nursing injuries, coach Bob Hartley will stick with the same lineup he used in Thursday's win over the Flyers.
Shore will miss Thursday's game against the Flyers due to a minor undisclosed injury, Scott Cruickshank of the Calgary Herald reports.Shore didn't participate in Thursday's morning skate due to the injury, but it doesn't sound like the Flames are worried about it costing him much action. With Josh Jooris also ailing, Markus Granlund will reenter the lineup as the Flames' third-line center.
Shore (undisclosed) returned to the lineup Friday against the Maple Leafs, nabbing a goal on one of his two shot attempts.The injury cost Shore one game, but he quickly stepped back into a bottom-six role, earning 13:42 of ice time in his return. He's put up two points and a minus-3 rating over six games with the Flames this season.
Shore (undisclosed) will not play Wednesday against the Ducks, Sportsnet.ca's Pat Steinberg reports.As anticipated, coach Bob Hartley indicated Shore was still a little "banged up" from Sunday's game against the Senators, which will force him to take some time off to rest up. Michael Ferland will enter the lineup in place of Shore.
Coach Bob Hartley relayed that Shore is "banged up" and likely won't play in Wednesday's game against the Ducks, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.Consider Shore, who has notched one assist in four games with Calgary since his latest recall on March 2, day-to-day for the time being.
Shore was recalled from AHL Adirondack on Monday.Shore was acquired in January and was later reassigned to the AHL. He's now back with the club, giving the team depth while Matt Stajan is away on leave. Over the course of 47 games between two different AHL clubs this season, the 23-year-old has 37 points (12 goals, 25 assists).
Shore was reassigned to AHL Adirondack on Tuesday.With Josh Jooris (wrist) closing in on a return and the Flames requiring an extra defenseman following Ladislav Smid's (undisclosed) placement on IR, Shore couldn't be stashed as an extra forward. It's probably to the 23-year-old's benefit, as he's better served playing regularly in the minors than serving as a healthy scratch with the Flames, as he did the past two games.
Shore was recalled from AHL Adirondack on Wednesday, Scott Cruickshank of the Calgary Herald reports.Shore will provide the Flames with an extra center while Josh Jooris (undisclosed) remains on injured reserve with a nagging injury. It's not clear if the Flames plan on using Shore in Thursday's game against the Coyotes, but he'd likely be nothing more than a bottom-six forward if he earns a lineup spot.
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