Andrew Shaw RUMORS & NEWS

  • Habs’ Shaw meets with NHL discipline czar Quintal

    TSN "Andrew Shaw doesn’t want to be known as an NHL bad boy. That’s why Shaw accepted an informal meeting with NHL senior vice-president of player safety Stephane Quintal on Tuesday afternoon, hours before making his home debut as a member of the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre. Shaw, 25,..." October 18

  • NHL suspends Canadiens' Andrew Shaw for 3 pre-season games

    CBC Sports "Montreal Canadiens forward Andrew Shaw will miss the team's next three pre-season games after the NHL suspended him Thursday for hitting Washington defence prospect Connor Hobbs face-first into the end boards in Tuesday's contest. Shaw was assessed 20 penalty minutes and a game misconduct..." September 29

  • Habs' Shaw to have hearing Thursday

    TSN "Montreal Canadiens forward Andrew Shaw will have a hearing Thursday with the NHL's Department of Player Safety after boarding Washington Capitals defenceman Connor Hobbs in a pre-season game Tuesday night. The hit occurred late in the second period when Shaw hit the rookie Hobbs face-first into..." September 28

  • Blackhawks president: Shaw trade 'a tough one for a lot of reasons'

    Chicago Tribune "Once the most difficult year in more than three decades as a Chicago sports executive ended with a first-round playoff loss, Blackhawks President John McDonough retreated to his office hoping for a more conventional offseason than the last one. Normalcy greeted McDonough in the way of..." July 16

  • Andrew Shaw's agent says they didn’t ask for $4.5 million from the Blackhawks

    The Athletic "Andrew Shaw wanted to get paid in his next contract with the Blackhawks, but he wasn’t demanding anything unreasonable, his agent Pat Brisson said Tuesday. “The Blackhawks did everything they could to sign ‘Shawzsy,’” Brisson said in a phone interview on Tuesday. “They just don’t have the cap..." June 29

  • Habs sign Andrew Shaw to six-year deal worth $23.4 million

    Montreal Gazette "It didn’t take long for Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin to collect Andrew Shaw’s autograph on a new contract. The Canadiens announced Monday night that Shaw has signed a six-year deal worth $23.4 million. That represents an annual cap hit of $3.9 million, which is slightly more than the..." June 28

  • Andrew Shaw is looking forward to joining the Montreal Canadiens this season

    CSN Chicago "Andrew Shaw and Montreal general manager Marc Bergevin go back a few years. It was Bergevin, when he was assistant general manager with the Blackhawks, who signed Shaw to his entry-level contract. And now they’re together again. “He likes the rat in me, the work ethic,” Shaw said on Saturday..." June 26

  • Blackhawks trade Andrew Shaw to Montreal for two picks

    Chicago Sun-Times "Three years to the day Andrew Shaw became a Blackhawks icon — blood streaking down his cheek as he unleashed a primal scream and raised the Stanley Cup over his head — he became just another Blackhawks cap casualty. The Hawks traded the irascible — and “irreplaceable,” in Joel Quenneville’s..." June 25

  • Blackhawks' Shaw asking for at least $4.5M per year on next deal

    Chicago Tribune "Normally Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman conducts his business with other general managers by phone. But perhaps Bowman's phone bill won't be quite as high this weekend considering he will be in the same room with the other 29 NHL GMs. If he needs to discuss a deal, he can just walk over..." June 24

  • Blackhawks seem optimistic as they negotiate a new contract with Andrew Shaw

    CSN Chicago "We’re entering the meaty portion of this offseason. The NHL draft begins Friday in Buffalo and free agency commences July 1. The Blackhawks have selections to make, questions to answer and a roster to shape. And so it begins again. With the salary cap set at $73 million for the 2016-17..." June 24

  • Shaw's agent intends to talk contract with Blackhawks at draft

    The Score "Andrew Shaw's agent plans to meet with the Chicago Blackhawks' brass next week to begin working on a new deal. Pat Brisson told Chris Hine of the Chicago Tribune he intends to meet with the club - presumably general manager Stan Bowman - at the upcoming NHL draft. Chicago cleared cap space..." June 16