ANDREW SHAW RUMORS & GOSSIP
Your browser does not support iframes. Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw was ejected from Tuesday night's game against the New York Islanders for giving a head butt to center Brock Nelson during the second period.Nelson had just cross-checked Shaw into the boards in the Islanders defensive zone when Shaw retaliated by putting his head down and ramming Nelson in the face. After...
After being on the receiving end of a series of cross-checks from Brock Nelson, Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw headbutted the Islanders’ forward at 5:30 into the second period. He was given a five minute major penalty and a game misconduct, … Continue reading →
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The Chicago Blackhawks are not just a good hockey team, they are filled with some of the most likable characters in the NHL today and are constantly giving back to the community.
Alexis was a 5-year-old Girl Scout that when asked, “What’s your goal?” had only one answer.
“Sell Girl Scout cookies to my favorite Blackhawks player…..Jonathan Toews.”
Andrew Shaw, being the...
Andrew Shaw gave hockey fans all across North America something to cheer about tonight.
Finally someone possessed the balls to step up and do what was necessary to stand up against the walking penis with glasses, himself, Pierre McGuire.
His torturing of innocent viewers needs to be stopped, and Andrew Shaw, it appears, is doing something about this.
Something assures me, that...
Last season provided several water bottle incidents to discuss, but to date the 2014-15 campaign has been free from water squirting stories. Andrew Shaw changed that and provided the first of 2014-15 when he sprayed Pierre McGuire with his bottle during Patrick Sharp’s interview.
It’s safe to assume Pierre enjoyed it.
Andrew Shaw sprays Pierre with water during pre-game interview...
Andrew Shaw had James Neal lined up for a big hit near Chicago’s bench. After the initial collision, Neal was teetering along the boards, trying his best to keep his feet on the ice. Shaw would have none of that and pushed Neal the rest of the way over into the Blackhawks’ bench.
It’s pretty fun to see Neal had a huge smile on his face while sitting in enemy territory.
If you are attempting to take down someone who is nearly a complete foot taller than you are, then this may be the only way to do so.
Andrew Shaw is barely 5′ 11″, Tyler Myers is nearly 6′ 9″.
Unfortunately for Shaw, his exploits garnered him a fierce shove to the back of the head – catapulting him to the ice.
Fortunately for him, the refs only witnessed Myers retaliation...
The Blackhawks second-line center issues were the team’s Achilles heel throughout the 2013-2014 season.
Though a prevailing problem, the Blackhawks seemed to have struck gold after promoting Andrew Shaw to the team’s second line during game 5 of the Blackhawks heartbreaking 7 game series loss to the eventual champion L.A. Kings.
Down 3-1 in the series heading into game 5, an...
Game Seven. Two words that Chicago Blackhawks fans have wanted to hear for nearly a week and now it’s a reality.
The Hawks played their last two games like they truly were their last. The Hawks’ hard work has paid off because now there will be a Game 7 winner take all in Chicago to advance to the Stanley Cup Final for a meeting with the New York Rangers.
Coach Joel Quenneville...
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Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw crushed Anaheim Ducks forward Mathieu Perreault with a huge hit behind the net during the second period of Friday night's matchup between the NHL's two best teams.The Blackhawks won the game 4-2, ending the Ducks' 8-game winning streak.Video via NHL.
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