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.
Shore scored a goal and dished three hits in Sunday's 6-5 overtime loss to the Golden Knights.
Shore tied the game at one in the dying seconds of the first period, but his contribution was surpassed by multiple big performances on both teams. The 25-year-old seems to have reclaimed his spot in the lineup lately -- he's posted four points in his last eight games. He's at 10 points, 47 shots and 47 hits through 39 games this season. Shore will likely peak at a fourth-line role, which likely won't interest fantasy owners.
Shore scored a goal and fired four shots on net across 10:02 in Monday's 6-4 loss to the Flames.
Shore pocketed his first goal since Dec. 27, and he now has three points over the past four games. The 25-year-old's ice time has been flaky, however, as he's been a healthy scratch in six of 11 games since the All-Star break and has averaged 12:06 per contest when in the lineup.
Shore had a goal and a power-play assist in Friday's 4-3 win over the Golden Knights.
Shore had the secondary helper on Cam Fowler's go-ahead goal in the second period. The forward then potted an insurance tally at 9:46 of the third. That goal would become the game-winner after the Golden Knights' Nate Schmidt scored twice in the final two minutes of the game. Shore is up to six points, 30 shots on goal and 25 hits in 22 appearances this year. We don't expect many more performances like Friday from the 25-year-old, but it did get him to the 100-point mark for his career.
Shore scored his first goal of the season in a 3-2 loss to the Jets on Sunday.
Shore tied the game at 8:04 of the third period, but Mark Scheifele's power-play goal with less than five minutes remaining would prove to be the difference Sunday. In limited action, appearing in only 17 games to this point in the season Shore has produced four points. At his current production level, Shore is an irrelevant asset in fantasy.
Shore registered an assist in Monday's 5-2 defeat to Washington.
Shore has been in and out of the lineup all season, which has limited his opportunities to get onto the scoresheet. As a result, Monday's tally was the center's first point since Oct. 8 against Detroit. Unless the 25-year-old can earn more consistent minutes, he won't offer much in terms of fantasy value the rest of the season.
Through nine games, Shore has collected a pair of assists while averaging 12:14 of ice time.
Shore's two points came in the first three games of the season. Since then, he has failed to produce a point in six consecutive contests. The 25-year-old has seen his role diminish in recent outings, as Shore has played less than 10 minutes in each of his last two appearances. He does not belong on any fantasy roster.
Shore managed an assist, two shots on goal and a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Coyotes.
Shore skated 15:02 in the contest and provided the primary assist on center Derek Grant's opening tally in the first period. The 25-year-old Shore had 29 points in 76 games between the Ducks and Stars last season. He's competing with Max Jones for third-line duties this season, although Shore is starting on the fourth line.
Shore registered an assist in Friday's 5-2 win over the Kings.
Shore ends the year with 12 points in 34 games for the Ducks, and 29 points in 76 games overall when factoring in his work with the Stars. Shore had five of his points on the power play and dished a career-high 94 hits in the campaign.
Shore had one assist and four hits in Thursday's 6-1 loss to the Coyotes.
Over his last seven games, he has two goals, two assists and 14 hits. He's collected 26 points (eight goals, 18 helpers) in 66 appearances between the Ducks and the Stars this year. Shore could be a decent depth addition in some formats, but playing for the last-ranked offense of the Ducks is not doing his point production any favors.
Shore (lower body) scored on the power play and added an assist in Friday's 8-2 shellacking of the Canadiens.
Shore missed two contests with the injury, but no one would know the difference based on his output. He added a pair of hits in the game. Shore is at 25 points this season, with three goals and five assists coming in 21 games since he was traded from the Stars. If he can produce as he did Friday, he should have no trouble hitting 30 points for the third consecutive campaign.
Shore (lower body) will play in Friday's game versus the Canadiens.
Shore missed the last two games, and it's a good thing he's ready to go since center Ryan Kesler (hip) won't be playing. Shore is expected to center the third line, and he'll look to get his offense rolling after posting just three points over the last 12 games.
Updating a previous note, Shore (lower body) will actually sit out Wednesday against the Blues, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Shore was apparently on the ice for warmups, which is a good sign, but he will ultimately miss his second straight contest. Stephens mentioned that he didn't see Sam Steel on the ice for warmups, but clarified that he was indeed out there and will draw in again for Shore.
Shore (lower body) is on the ice for warmups and is slated to draw in Wednesday against the Blues, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Shore has recovered quickly from a scary looking knee-on-knee collision the Avalanche's Ian Cole and should take his place back as the team's second-line center. Sam Steel wasn't present, so he will presumably sit out and could be headed back to the minors.
Shore (lower body) is dealing with a charley horse and hyperextended knee, which has rendered him unavailable for Tuesday's game against the Coyotes, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Shore underwent an MRI on Monday that came back clean, save for the aforementioned (minor) issues. The Ducks have called up rookie Sam Steel from AHL San Diego as a reinforcement for Tuesday's contest.
Shore (lower body) will get an MRI on Monday after leaving Sunday's game against the Avalanche, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Shore got drilled by Ian Cole, resulting in the Avalanche blueliner earning a game misconduct. It appeared that the 24-year-old injured his knee in the process, but the MRI should determine the extent of his injury.
Shore potted a shorthanded goal in a 4-3 loss to the Blackhawks on Wednesday.
While the Ducks were killing a major penalty assessed to Rickard Rakell for boarding, Shore got on his horse and beat Crawford to even the score at 1. Shore has six points and a minus-10 rating in 18 games since he was traded from the Dallas Stars. He has seen his ice time increase by 2:54 per game since the trade, but his production has dipped slightly. Shore remains a borderline option in deep formats.
Shore assisted on the only goal in Wednesday's 1-0 win against Vancouver.
Since joining Anaheim from Dallas on Jan. 14, Shore now has a goal and three assists over 11 contests. Shore can't be counted upon as a consistent point producer at this point, but he plays solid minutes -- 16:31 per game -- and is part of the team's second power-play unit, so he'll have his chances.
Shore was flipped to Anaheim from Dallas in a swap for Andrew Cogliano on Monday.
Shore is currently bogged down in a 26-game goal drought and hasn't recorded a point in his last eight outings. Perhaps a change of scenery will help jump-start the 24-year-old's season -- otherwise he could miss out on the 30-point threshold for the first time in his NHL career. As of now, it's unclear if the Ducks plan to move Shore back to his natural center position or if they will utilize him on the wing like Dallas had been.
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