Shaw was placed on waivers by the Jets on Thursday.
Shaw served as a healthy scratch in Winnipeg's past five outings, so his pending demotion to the minors shouldn't come as a surprise. Assuming he clears, the winger will be shipped down to AHL Manitoba, where he notched five points in eight games prior to his call-up.
Shaw collected his first assist of the season in a 4-1 loss to the Blues on Sunday.
It took 25 games for Shaw to tally his first assist of 2019-20. The fourth-line winger has only found the scoresheet three times this season, in 25 games, so no need to add Shaw to your fantasy roster. The 27-year-old also had a hit in his stat line Sunday.
Shaw scored his first goal of the season in Sunday's 7-3 dismantling of the Flyers.
Shaw hasn't seen much ice since being called up Oct. 28, as he is averaging just 7:06 of ice time in 19 appearances. Still, the winger has shown the coaching staff enough to avoid being a healthy scratch. Once Bryan Little (ear) is cleared to play and David Gustafsson returns from World Juniors, the 26-year-old Shaw could find himself heading back to the minors.
Shaw failed to get on the scoresheet versus the Predators on Tuesday, extending his pointless streak to eight games.
Shaw's inability to register a point shouldn't come as a shock considering he is averaging a mere 6:59 of ice time. The winger figures to be one of the first players bumped from the roster once Bryan Little (ear) or Mason Appleton (foot) is cleared to play and will likely find himself back in the minors before the end of the year.
The Jets recalled Shaw from AHL Manitoba on Monday.
The Jets embark on a three-game road trip starting Tuesday against the Ducks, so Shaw will provide depth since both Mason Appleton (foot) and Mark Letestu (undisclosed) are on injured reserve. Shaw was impressive for Manitoba last year with 27 goals and 46 points through 63 games, and he's off to a solid start with the club this year, posting five points through eight contests. If he enters the big-club lineup, it's likely Shaw stays in the bottom six.
Shaw agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with the Jets on Friday.
Shaw spent the entirety of the 2018-19 campaign in the AHL, totaling 29 goals and 51 points in 70 games. The 26-year-old forward is nothing more than an organizational depth option at this stage in his career, and will once again spend most of his time in the minors next season.
Shaw, after clearing waivers, was assigned to AHL Manitoba on Monday.
Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports that Shaw cleared waivers Monday before being assigned to AHL Manitoba. He recently signed a two-way deal with the Jets but has yet to play a game for them this season. The 26-year-old has two goals and five points in seven games with AHL San Diego in 2018-19.
Shaw inked a two-way deal with the Jets on Sunday, Frank Seravalli of TSN.ca reports.
Shaw was most recently on a minor-league deal, but the Jets contract will give a better opportunity to elevate to the NHL. He is expected on waivers for purposes of assignment to AHL Manitoba.
Shaw signed a minor-league contract with AHL San Diego on Thursday, TSN reports.
Shaw has 180 career NHL games under his belt, albeit with just 12 goals and 19 assists between the Panthers, Ducks and Canadiens. It's safe to disregard him in all fantasy formats.
The Flames released Shaw from his professional tryout offer Wednesday.
The Flames are pretty strong up front, so Shaw was never a serious contender for a spot on the Opening Night roster. The 25-year-old winger has been invited to AHL Stockton's camp, so if he's unable to catch on with another NHL club, he may settle for an AHL-only deal.
Shaw signed a PTO with the Flames on Tuesday, Sirius XM NHL Network Radio reports.
Originally drafted by Florida with a third-round (76th overall) pick, Shaw has been busy racking up the frequent flyer miles. The Flames mark the fourth NHL team he's been associated with, and there's not even a guarantee that he sticks around with Calgary. Turning 26 years old Oct. 5 -- two days after the Flames' regular-season opener -- Shaw has contributed just 12 goals and 19 assists through 180 career contests. He's a power forward at 6-foot-3, 208 pounds, and a versatile one no less, but he has plenty to prove to a numbers-hungry fantasy audience.
Shaw collected 14 points (four goals, 10 assists) in 72 games during 2017-18, playing with both Anaheim and Montreal.
Despite playing in 42 of Anaheim's first 43 games, Shaw was deployed to waivers, but was shortly claimed by Montreal where he settled in and played in each of the last 14 contests. Down the stretch in Montreal, Shaw averaged 14:01 of ice time and was able to average two hits per game, while pitching in four assists including bagging two apples against Washington on March 24. The 14 tallies on the year were a career high for the 25-year-old, but he still hasn't flashed the production that made him a near point-per-game player in the juniors. Shaw will be a restricted free agent, so he'll need a new deal to come back above the border.
Shaw had two assists, one shot on net, one hit, and a two-minute minor penalty in Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Capitals.
Out of necessity, coach Claude Julien has elevated Shaw off the fourth line, so the 25-year-old may skate into points here and there, as was the case Saturday when he posted his first multi-point effort in a Montreal uniform. After going pointless for 14 games, Shaw has handed out three assists over the last two games. The two-game burst of scoring is nice, but before this mini run, Shaw had a mere two points over 21 games.
Shaw registered an assist through 13:56 of ice time during Friday's 3-0 win over Buffalo.
This was Shaw's first point in 14 games dating back to Feb. 8, and he was also a healthy scratch for six contests during the scoring drought. He's playing more consistently of late because the Habs are dealing with so many injuries, but fantasy owners probably shouldn't fret leaving him on the waiver wire in the majority of settings.
Shaw -- who was held out Saturday as a potential trade chip -- is expected to return to the lineup against the Flyers on Monday, John Lu of TSN.ca reports.
Based on the team's line rushes, it appears any trade market for Shaw has evaporated. The 24-year-old has been a frequent healthy scratch throughout the year, although the departure of Tomas Plekanec could open the door for Shaw to see additional ice time.
Shaw will be held out of Saturday's matchup against the Lightning as the Canadiens take part in trade talks.
It sounds as though Shaw could be a candidate to be dealt before the trade deadline, leading to his absence from Saturday's matchup. Jacob De La Rose and Daniel Carr will draw in with Shaw and Tomas Plekanec sitting out, but either -- or both -- of the latter two should return to the lineup Monday if not traded.
Shaw scored a goal on four shots and had three hits in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Flyers.
Montreal's fourth line did a nice job on the goal, battling to keep the puck pinned in the Flyers' end until Shaw deposited a backhander past Brian Elliott. Shaw and Co. have done their main job all season, providing consistent energy and doling out hits every night, but the line has also been a source of points lately. The goal was Shaw's fourth of the season and second in three games.
Shaw scored a goal, had three hits and blocked two shots over 14:32 of ice time in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Ducks.
Shaw, an ex-Duck, opened the scoring with his first goal since Montreal claimed him off waivers from Anaheim on Jan. 15. Since joining the Habs, Shaw has skated on the fourth line and been a staple on the penalty-kill unit. As such, he's not expected to be an asset for fantasy teams.
Shaw was in Montreal's active lineup Friday for the first time since being claimed off waivers. He had one hit and one blocked shot in 10:36 of ice time in a 3-2 win over Washington.
Shaw can help the Canadiens at the margins, but not in the area of most obvious need: goal scoring. He'll give them a stable fourth-liner who will get time on the penalty-kill unit. Shaw replaced Daniel Carr in the lineup Friday.
Shaw was picked up off the waiver wire by the Canadiens on Monday.
Shaw logged 42 games for the Ducks this season in which he garnered two goals, six helpers and 59 shots. The center likely will fill a bottom-six role with the Habs, similar to the one he had in Anaheim. In order to create room for the 25-year-old under the 23-man limit, the team placed Andrew Shaw on injured reserve with a lower-body ailment.
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