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65 Andrew Shaw C
Height/Weight: 5-10/180 | Birthdate: 7/20/1991 | Birthplace: Belleville, Ontario, Canada | Team: Chicago Blackhawks | College: None | NHL Experience: 3 | Salary: $565,000 | Owned/Started%: 21/8 | Average Draft Position: 212.57
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12/24/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI Hawks' Shaw Dominates The Faceoff Circle

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Dominates The Faceoff Circle

News: Andrew Shaw won 12 of his 13 faceoffs (92.3 percent) in Tuesday's loss to the Jets.
Analysis: Though Andrew Shaw didn't score any points in the lopsided affair and hasn't tallied a point in his last nine games, he's been one of the Hawks' most trusty options in the faceoff circle. He's won a career-best 51 percent of his draws so far this season, but his success in that capacity is probably not enough to make up for the lack of offensive punch he's provided. He has just 10 points and a minus-4 rating over 32 games.

11/28/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw Bags Fifth Of Season

News: Andrew Shaw netted his fifth goal of the season and added an assist in Friday's win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw has now scored in two straight games and is up to nine points in 20 games on the season. While he isn't a top offensive contributor, Shaw is a solid secondary scorer who can contribute 20 goals in a third-line role.

11/27/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Chicago's Shaw Nets Goal In Return

News: Andrew Shaw (upper body) potted a power-play goal in Wednesday's win over the Avalanche.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw returned to action after missing the previous three games and performed quite effectively, firing off five shots over 15:32 of action. He's still probably behind the pace to reach the numbers most were expecting from him this season, but his production could begin to take off now that he's healthy again.

11/25/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Chicago's Shaw Practices Tues., Set To Play Weds.

News: Andrew Shaw (upper body) practiced again Tuesday and looks ready to play Wednesday against the Avalanche, Tracey Myers of CSNChicago.com reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw skated as the third-line center at Tuesday's session and didn't appear to be limited in any drills, which should clear him to rejoin the lineup following a three-game absence. The 23-year-old has gotten off to a slow start to the 2014-15 campaign, notching three goals, three assists and a minus-4 rating over 18 games.

11/24/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Likely Back Wednesday

News: Andrew Shaw (upper body) appears poised to return to the lineup Wednesday against the Avalanche, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Analysis: The gritty forward should draw back into the lineup after the team demoted his replacement, Phillip Danault, to AHL Rockford on Monday. Andrew Shaw collected three goals and three assists in 18 games before getting injured Nov. 16 against the Stars.

11/23/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Denied Chance To Skate Sunday Night

News: Andrew Shaw (upper body), who practiced Sunday morning, was denied the chance to skate against the Canucks on Sunday night, Chicago Sun-Times reported.
Analysis: Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville was asked by Andrew Shaw to skate against Vancouver but the coach said no. Despite the rejection Shaw is getting closer and could be back in the lineup by Wednesday at Colorado. Shaw has missed the first three games of the circus road trip.

11/23/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw Likely To Sit Saturday, Sunday

News: Andrew Shaw, who has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Oilers, is doubtful to play Sunday against the Canucks as well.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw wasn't on the ice for Saturday's morning skate, likely dashing his chances of playing Sunday since he won't have skated in consecutive days. His absence could enable the newly recalled Phillip Danault to receive some regular run in the Blackhawks' bottom six.

11/21/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw To Miss Another Game

News: Andrew Shaw (upper body) will not play Saturday against the Oilers, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: Though coach Joel Quenneville previously labeled Andrew Shaw's injury as "not serious," the forward will still be forced to miss his second straight contest. The newly recalled Phillip Danault will assume Shaw's spot in the lineup Saturday.

11/21/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Chicago's Shaw Out Thursday With Upper-Body Injury

News: Andrew Shaw has an upper-body injury and will miss Thursday's game against the Flames, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw's absence comes as a surprise after he was able to practice a day earlier, seemingly reporting no injury complications. Coach Joel Quenneville wasn't able to shed much light on the exact nature of Shaw's injury or when it was sustained, but did say that it was "not serious." He should be labeled as questionable in advance of the Blackhawks' next game Saturday night in Edmonton.

11/6/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Ends Drought With Assist

News: Andrew Shaw picked up an assist in Tuesday's 5-0 win over the Canadiens.
Analysis: After starting the season with four points in the first six games, Andrew Shaw failed to register a point in the next six. He was on the ice for 19:14 on Tuesday, including 5:06 with the man advantage that led to his assist. He set a personal best last year with 39 points, and he could approach the 40 point mark once again this season.

10/15/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Scores In Loss

News: Andrew Shaw scored his team's lone goal in Wednesday's OT loss to the Flames.
Analysis: The Hawks pelted Flames netminder Jonas Hiller with 50 shots on the night, but Andrew Shaw was the only player able to put one past him with a redirect on the power play midway through the third period.

10/12/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Records Two Points In WIn

News: Andrew Shaw opened the scoring and added an assist in Saturday's win over Buffalo.
Analysis: A great effort from Andrew Shaw, who is currently centering the second line between Patrick Kane and Brandon Saad. If Shaw continues to play on that line and on the top power-play unit, he could surpass the career-high 20 goals and 39 points he recorded in 2013-14.

10/6/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Centering Second Line

News: Andrew Shaw will begin the season as the Blackhawks' second line center, CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: The Hawks picked up Brad Richards in the offseason specifically to center the second line, but Andrew Shaw's play with that unit is forcing the team to reconsider. The trio of Shaw, Patrick Kane, and Brandon Saad were virtually unstoppable in last year's playoffs, and seem to have picked up right where they left off this preseason. The move also gives Chicago a potent third line of Richards, Bryan Bickell, and Kris Versteeg, so opposing teams will have to gameplan for three scoring lines. If Shaw starts to struggle, the team won't hesitate to move Richards up, but for now, Shaw has an opportunity to increase his production from a year ago.

5/29/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Tallies Two Assists

News: Andrew Shaw picked up two assists in Wednesday's Game 5 win over the Kings. He also tied for the team lead with eight hits defensively.
Analysis: A leg injury kept Andrew Shaw out for the first two games of the series and resurfaced a bit in the third period, forcing the center to leave the contest temporarily before returning in overtime. Prior to his early exit, Shaw proved highly effective in centering a line of Patrick Kane and Brandon Saad that gave the Kings fits all night and could be poised to receive more minutes in Game 6. The assists were Shaw's first points since returning from injury for Game 3.

5/28/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw (Leg) Returns For OT

News: Andrew Shaw (leg) returned to Wednesday's Game 5 in overtime, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw left the game in the third period after suffering a leg injury, but it won't be enough to keep him out of the game. He'll return to try to help the Blackhawks force a Game 6 in overtime.

5/28/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw (Leg) Exits In Third Period

News: Andrew Shaw left Wednesday's Game 5 in the third period with an apparent leg injury, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw's leg was forced into an awkard position while getting tangled up on the boards, and the apparent injury kept him down on the ice for a while. He was able to get up and skate off under his own power, but if the Blackhawks are able to score in overtime and force a Game 6, Shaw's availability may be in question.

5/24/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw (Leg) Will Return Saturday

News: Andrew Shaw (leg) will return to the lineup for Game 3 on Saturday night, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw's return to the lineup should provide a boost in depth at the center position for the Blackhawks. He hasn't played in a game since Game 1 of the conference semifinals, but finally appears ready to return to the ice. With his return, it appears Shaw will bump Peter Regin out of the lineup for Game 3, as Regin didn't skate with any of the top four lines on Friday.

5/23/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw (Leg) Practices Friday

News: Andrew Shaw (leg) was on the ice for the Blackhawks' practice on Friday afternoon, Tracey Myers of CSN reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw is expected to make his return on Saturday, and practicing on Friday is definitely a step towards that outcome. He hasn't played in a game since Game 1 of the conference semifinals against the Wild. His return to the lineup should give a boost to the 'Hawks on offense in pursuit of their second Stanley Cup in as many years.

5/22/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw Expected Back For Game 3

News: Andrew Shaw (leg) will travel with the Blackhawks to Los Angeles and is expected to play in Saturday's Game 3, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: The news of Andrew Shaw's impending return comes from coach Joel Quenneville, who had previously demurred in recent games when asked about the forward's status. Shaw hasn't played since May 2 and may only been limited to fewer minutes than normal in his first game back.

5/21/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Out For Game 2

News: Andrew Shaw (leg) will not play Wednesday in Game 2, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: Head coach Joel Quenneville noted that he wanted Andrew Shaw to get a couple more practices in to get back up to speed before returning to the lineup, so it sounds like the injury portion of Shaw's rehab may be behind him. He's expected to suit up for Game 3 on Sunday in Los Angeles.

5/21/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Not Expected To Play Wednesday

News: Andrew Shaw (leg) is not expected to play Wednesday in Game 2 against the Kings, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw was present at the team's mornings skate Wednesday, but took line rushes on the fifth line with Joakim Nordstrom and Jeremy Morin, indicating that he probably won't suit up for Game 2. It's probably safest to leave him out of fantasy lineups unless we hear otherwise before game time.

5/20/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw Practices Tuesday

News: Andrew Shaw (leg) practiced on Tuesday for the first time since injuring his leg in Game 1 of the second-round series against the Wild, and is nearing a return to the ice, CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw apparently wore a white jersey while practicing, indicating he wasn't part of the four offensive lines. He also did some solo skating before practice. Shaw's expected to return at some point during the Western Conference Finals and should be still considered day-to-day.

5/19/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Hawks' Shaw Will Practice Tuesday

News: Andrew Shaw (lower body) will practice with the team Tuesday.
Analysis: Head coach Joel Quenneville also mentioned that Andrew Shaw skated on his own Monday morning, and will be reassessed Tuesday after practice. There's a chance he'll be able to suit up for Wednesday's Game 2 against the Kings, so continue to consider him day-to-day for now.

5/17/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw (Lower Body) Out For Game 1

News: Andrew Shaw (lower body) practiced on Saturday morning but has already been ruled out for Sunday's Game 1 against the Kings, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Andrew Shaw was expected to resume skating at some point this weekend, but his absence in Game 1 was also likely. He should return at some point during the Western Conference finals. Shaw hasn't played since May 2, but his return will provide a boost for the Blackhawks offensively.

5/15/2014

Andrew Shaw, C, CHI

Andrew Shaw

Blackhawks' Shaw To Resume Skating Over Weekend

News: Coach Joel Quenneville said Andrew Shaw (lower body) would resume skating over the weekend, after a which a timeline for his return would be determined.
Analysis: The Blackhawks still expect Andrew Shaw to return during their Western Conference Finals series with the Ducks or Kings, but it likely won't be for Game 1, which is expected to be scheduled for either Sunday or Monday. Shaw hasn't played since May 2 and would probably need to get in multiple skates before Quenneville deems his ready to play in games.