The Blackhawks have placed Andrew Shaw (concussion) on IR.
Shaw is set to miss his third straight game with a concussion on Friday. Shaw's move to IR is retroactive to November 30th, so he's eligible to be activated whenever he is back to 100 percent.
Shaw (undisclosed) will not play on Monday.
The Blackhawks were extremely vague when they released Shaw's update, simply stating that he will not play vs. St. Louis and is undergoing further evaluation. Shaw's injury puts Chicago in a very difficult spot as they will have to play short a forward tonight with Dylan Strome still out and not enough cap-space to call-up a forward from Rockford (AHL).
The Blackhawks have acquired Andrew Shaw and a 2021 seventh-round pick from the Canadiens for a 2020 second-round pick, 2021 third-round pick and a 2020 seventh-round.
Shaw is entering the fourth-year of a six-year contract that carries a $3.9M cap-hit. Shaw struggled in his first two seasons in Montreal but is coming off of a career-best 47 points (19G / 28A) in 63 games in the 2018-19 season. Shaw spent the first four and a half seasons of his career with Chicago, where he won two Stanley Cups.
Shaw (neck) will return to the Canadiens lineup after a 15-game absence.
Source: John Lu 02/9/19, 10:48 am EST
The Canadiens have placed Andrew Shaw (upper-body) on IR.
Shaw has been dealing with an upper-body injury and left Monday’s game in Dallas after playing just 2:09 TOI. Joel Armia is expected to replace Shaw in the lineup on Thursday.
Shaw will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
The Canadiens want to get Charles Hudon back in the lineup on Saturday, so Andrew Shaw will take a seat against the Bruins.
Shaw (illness) will not play Monday vs. the Red Wings.
Shaw missed Monday’s morning skate and will not be in the lineup when the Canadiens host the Red Wings tonight. Matthew Peca will be Shaw’s replacement on the fourth line and Charles Hudon will take his spot on the second power-play unit.
Shaw (flu) is not expected to play Monday vs. the Red Wings.
Carey Price missed Saturday’s game with the flu and now it looks like it has affected Shaw. With the bottom-6 agitator likely out of the lineup, look for Matthew Peca to draw in against Detroit.
Source: Stu Cowan 10/15/18, 11:05 am EST
Shaw (knee) is “good to go” for the Canadiens season opener.
Shaw was expected to miss the first couple of weeks of the 2018-19 season, but told reporters that he is ready to play in the Canadiens season opener on Wednesday. There’s no indication where Shaw will slot into the Canadiens’ lineup, but he doesn’t come with any fantasy upside.
Source: Eric Engels 10/1/18, 1:02 pm EST
Shaw (lower-body) will not join the team for the start of their upcoming four-game road trip.
Shaw has 19 points (10G/9A) in 43 games this season. He has been out since January 13th with a lower-body injury and has yet to return to practice. It seems unlikely he will return before the end of the Habs' four-game road trip.
Source: John Lu 02/12/18, 11:25 am EST
Shaw is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury; will be re-evaluated in 7-10 days.
Shaw missed practice on Sunday and will miss at least 7-10 days with a lower-body injury. It sounds like he could be sidelined for longer and the Canadiens have claimed Logan Shaw from Anaheim to take his roster spot for the time being.
Shaw (undisclosed) will be in the Canadiens lineup on Thursday.
Source: Eric Engels 11/9/17, 6:38 am EST
Shaw (undisclosed) is questionable to play Thursday.
There is no word on what is ailing Shaw, who finished Tuesday’s game vs. the Golden Knights. Shaw missed Wednesday’s practice and the Canadiens said that there is a 50/50 chance that he will play vs. the Wild.
Source: Arpon Basu 11/8/17, 7:55 am EST
Shaw (illness) will be in the lineup on Thursday.
Shaw missed Wednesday’s practice, but will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Wild. Shaw has registered just four assists with 29 shots on goal in 12 games so far in 2017-18.
Shaw (illness) missed Wednesday’s practice but will travel to Minnesota.
Shaw was held off of the ice for Wednesday’s practice because of flu-like symptoms, but he will accompany the team to Minnesota for Thursday’s meeting with the Wild. Shaw allowed four assists in 12 games this season.
Shaw (concussion) will return to the Canadiens' lineup on Saturday.
Source: John Lu 01/14/17, 6:16 am EST
Shaw (concussion) will not travel to Nashville.
Shaw has missed the last eight games with a concussion and will miss No.9 on Tuesday as he stays back in Montreal while the team travels to Nashville. He’s obviously expected to miss a 10th straight game on Wednesday as well.
Shaw (concussion) will not play on Friday.
Source: Pat Hickey 12/16/16, 1:40 pm EST
The Canadiens signed Andrew Shaw to a six-year contract worth $23.4 million ($3.9M AAV).
Shaw, who was a restricted free agent, was acquired from Chicago for two draft picks during the NHL Draft over the weekend. The 24-year-old forward spent the first five years of his career with the Blackhawks, tallying 137 points (70G / 67A) and 300 PIMS in 322 games, including 34 points (14G / 20A) in 78 games last season.
Source: Chris Hine 06/28/16, 6:11 am EST