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ANDREW SHAW RUMORS & GOSSIP

Bruins Fans are Pissed at Andrew Shaw for Cheap Hit, Let’s Make Fun of Them

I’ll break the ice right here: Andrew Shaw’s post-whistle hit on Milan Lucic was a dirty cheap shot. If you do not think so, you are an idiot. Do not allow your overwhelming homerism blur the moral lines between right and wrong. When the whistle blows, you do not hit defenseless players, the end. http://sportsmockery.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/TallConventionalCurassow...
Via Sports Mockery
6 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Andrew Shaw checks James Neal into Blackhawks bench (GIF)

Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw knocked Nashville Predators forward James Neal over the boards and into the Blackhawks bench during the first period of Saturday night's game at Bridgestone Arena.Neal was handling the puck in front of the Blackhawks bench when Shaw lined up and checked him. The momentum of the collision carried Neal halfway over the boards, then Shaw threw...
Via Holdout Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Andrew Shaw shoves James Neal into the bench

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.
Via Puck Drunk Love
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Nashville Predators 1 – Chicago Blackhawks 3

Optimistic Thoughts: The intensity meter was turned up a few notches for this Central Division clash. With the influx of Blackhawks fans in the arena, the game opened with a battle to out-chant the other fan base that contributed to the great atmosphere. The physicality heightened with Andrew Shaw throwing James Neal into Chicago’s bench that continued throughout the game. After...
Via The Predatorial
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Shaw Annihilates James Neal into Blackhawks Bench

On Saturday night in a game between the Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators, Andrew Shaw completely hammered forward James Neal into the Blackhawks bench. Andrew Shaw Hit on Neal In the video, you’ll notice that Neal attempts to play the puck near the Blackhawks bench and Andrew Shaw see’s an opportunity, and he doesn’t waste it. Take a look: Towards the end of the...
Via Sports Mockery
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Blackhawks Injury Update: Andrew Shaw likely returning to the lineup Wednesday

Andrew Shaw will return to the Chicago Blackhawks lineup on Wednesday against Colorado after missing three games with an upper-body injury, according to the Chicago Tribune's Chris Kuc on Twitter. #483278725 / gettyimages.com Shaw has six points in 18 games this season. Forward Phillip Danault was recalled on Friday and played in his first two NHL games over the weekend...
Via Sports Injury Alert
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Blackhawks Injury Update: Andrew Shaw out with upper-body injury

Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw was out Thursday night with an upper-body injury, unable to play against the Calgary Flames. #456595443 / gettyimages.com Shaw practiced on Wednesday in Chicago before the team headed to Calgary, but was not on the ice for their skate Thursday morning, as per CSN Chicago. Coach Joel Quenneville said the injury, "could be short term", and...
Via Sports Injury Alert
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Shaw Delivers Crotch Shot to 6′ 8″ D-Man, Gets Tossed like Rag Doll

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...
Via Sports Mockery
October 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Team Player Andrew Shaw Handles Demotion with Class

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...
Via Sports Mockery
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago Blackhawks roster preview: Forwards

With camp starting in just a couple of days, the big question everyone wants answered relates to who will actually make the 2014-2015 Chicago Blackhawks roster. With the Blackhawks returning most of the same lineup as last year, most positions are already taken up leaving little opportunity for a young player within the organization to make a run at a roster spot. However, with the...
Via isportsweb.com
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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