Shore was sent to the taxi squad Friday.
Shore cleared waivers earlier this week and could spend most of his time on the taxi squad now. The 26-year-old forward has three points and a minus-3 rating in 11 games this season.
Shore was waived by Edmonton on Tuesday.
This is just a procedural move, as the Oilers were required to waive Shore on Tuesday in order to maintain his roster flexibility since it's been 30 days since he was last placed on waivers. The 26-year-old forward has picked up three points through 11 games this campaign.
Shore had an assist and two hits in 8:34 of ice time in Monday's 6-5 loss to the Jets.
While listed on the third line, Shore's usage was more realistically that of a fourth-line winger. He set up the first of Alex Chiasson's two goals in the contest before head coach Dave Tippett shuffled his lines to spark the offense. Shore is up to three points, 19 hits and a minus-2 rating in 11 outings. He's likely to bounce between the active roster and the taxi squad at times.
Shore was promoted from the taxi squad Monday.
Shore likely will draw into the lineup for Monday's game versus the Jets. The 26-year-old has geared up in 10 games this year, averaging 9:02 of ice time per contest and recording two points.
Shore was sent back to the taxi squad Friday.
Shore has two points and 17 hits in 10 games with Edmonton this season and has suited up for each of Oilers' last two contests. If Jesse Puljujarvi (COVID-19 protocols) is unable to play Monday against the Jets, the 26-year-old bruiser could be recalled again.
Shore was promoted to the active roster Thursday, per CBS Sports.
Shore is in the lineup for the Oilers in Thursday's game against the Canadiens. Expect the forward to keep bouncing between the taxi squad and the roster while Gaetan Haas (undisclosed) and Zack Kassian (upper body) are out.
Shore was assigned to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CBS Sports.
Shore has two points in nine games for the Oilers this year. With Gaetan Haas (undisclosed) and Zack Kassian (upper body) on injured reserve, Shore may be back on the active roster for Thursday's game in Montreal.
Shore notched an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Senators.
Shore spent the last four games on the taxi squad, but injuries to Zack Kassian (upper body) and Gaetan Haas (undisclosed) have opened up bottom-six minutes for the Oilers. Shore skated on the third line with Kyle Turris and Alex Chiasson in this contest. When the Oilers are at full health, Shore is usually no more than a rotational option. He has two points, 13 hits and four shots on goal through nine appearances, but he may stick in the lineup in the near term.
Shore was recalled to the active roster Tuesday.
Shore's promotion comes as Zack Kassian was placed on injured reserve with an upper-body injury. The 26-year-old Shore -- who hasn't played since Jan. 30 versus Toronto -- is far from a lock for the lineup with Kassian unavailable, especially considering the team opted to dress seven defensemen versus Ottawa on Monday rather than adding an extra forward.
Shore was demoted to the taxi squad Sunday.
Shore has been in the lineup for eight of Edmonton's last nine games, so he could be recalled sometime soon. The 6-foot-1 forward has one goal this season while averaging just 8:37 of ice time.
Shore was promoted to the active roster Thursday.
Shore could re-enter the lineup in Thursday's game against the Maple Leafs. The 26-year-old has played six games this season, contributing a goal, four shots on net and 10 hits.
Shore was assigned to the taxi squad Tuesday, Jason Gregor of OilersNation.com reports.
Shore dressed for the last six games, averaging 9:15 of ice time and posting a goal, four shots on net and 10 hits. Jujhar Khaira will center the fourth line in Shore's place on Tuesday.
Shore deposited a shorthanded goal in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Canadiens.
Shore was the only Oiler to solve Jake Allen in Monday's contest. It was Shore's first point in three games since he signed a one-year contract with the Oilers on Jan. 13. The 26-year-old has taken over the fourth-line center job from Jujhar Khaira for now. Shore is a versatile forward who should be able to stick in the lineup regularly, especially given his role on the penalty kill. He'll need to average much more than 10 minutes a game to interest fantasy managers.
Shore agreed to terms on a one-year, $700,000 contract with Edmonton on Wednesday. The center was then designated for waivers in accordance with league rules.
Once Shore clears waivers, he could be in the mix for a spot on the 23-man roster rather than being kept on the taxi squad. The eventual return of James Neal (undisclosed) will no doubt shuffle things up, which likely makes Shore's spot tenuous at best. Without a clear path to the lineup, the 25-year-old Ontario native should be considered a low-end fantasy option heading into the season.
Shore (undisclosed) made his training camp debut Thursday.
Shore missed the first two days of camp with an undisclosed issue. The 26-year-old pivot picked up 12 points in 45 games split between the Ducks and Blue Jackets last season and will likely have to settle for a spot on the Oilers' taxi squad or at best a rotational bottom-six role for the upcoming campaign.
Shore (undisclosed) was deemed unfit to play for the first practice of camp Monday.
James Neal, Dominik Kahun and Gaetan Haas also received the unfit to play designation. Since Shore is on a non-guaranteed practice tryout agreement, he'll look to quickly overcome whatever is keeping him out in order to showcase his skills and try to stick with the Oilers for the upcoming season.
Shore will join the Oilers' training camp roster on a professional tryout agreement.
Shore drew into 45 games split between the Ducks and Blue Jackets last season, picking up 12 points while averaging 11:39 of ice time per contest. If he's able to land a contract with Edmonton during camp, he'll likely serve as a rotational, bottom-six skater in 2020-21, so he won't be a viable fantasy option.
Shore was not tendered a qualifying offer by the Blue Jackets and will become an unrestricted free agent, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Shore appeared in 45 games for the Ducks and Jackets last season in which he garnered five goals, seven assists and 50 shots. The Ontario native should garner some interest among NHL clubs, though it will likely be on a two-way deal that allows him to easily move between the NHL and AHL.
Shore scored a goal on his lone shot in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime loss.
The trade-deadline acquisition from Anaheim logged his first goal as a Blue Jacket, opening the scoring nine minutes into the first period. The 25-year-old received less than 10 minutes of ice time for the night and has just five goals and 12 points in 42 games on the year. Shore posted 10-plus goals and 30-plus points in each of his first two NHL seasons while with Dallas, but has bounced from the Stars to the Ducks to the Blue Jackets since the start of 2019-20. He doesn't figure to be much more than a bottom-six role player going forward.
Shore was acquired by the Blue Jackets from the Ducks on Monday in a swap for Sonny Milano, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Shore registered four goals, six helpers and 47 hits in 39 games for the Ducks this season. The addition of the Ontario native will help shore up the forward depth for Columbus, which has been decimated by injuries. The 25-year-old figures to take on a bottom-six role but could earn the occasional look in a second-line role.
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