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Andrew Shaw is a Canadian professional ice hockey player. He presently bets the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 5th round (139th overall) of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. He won the Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 2013 and 2015.
On June 24, 2016, Shaw was traded to the Montreal Canadiens throughout the 2016 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for two 2016 second-round choices. 3 days later on June 27, Shaw concerned a six-year contract arrangement with the Canadiens worth $23.4 Million The NHL suspended Shaw for three games for boarding Connor Hobbs throughout a preseason game played on September 26. Shaw scored his first goal with the Canadiens on October 13. Debate ensued Shaw again when he slew footed Johan Larsson of the Buffalo Sabres at the end of the same game. The incident occurred towards completion of the game while the Canadiens had a 4– 1 lead over the Sabres. Shaw was examined a match-penalty, however did not receive any additional discipline after consulting with the Department of Player Safety.
Shaw established a reputation as an agitator for his aggressive play and spoken instigation while playing for the Chicago Blackhawks. He compared his playstyle to Boston Bruins player Brad Marchand, saying “We’re both agitators. We both play physical and we’re always chirping.” Joel Quenneville, who coached Shaw in Chicago, applauded Shaw by specifying, “You’re not going to find the very same component that Shaw supplies, whether it’s the game-to-game consistency of being an agitator, net-front presence on your power play, excellent in the room, good on the bench, great on the ice, clever hockey player, makes plays, brings that nastiness you value and comes prepared to play every game.” Shaw has actually also gained the label “Mutt” from a few of his teammates and fans concerning his rough design of play.
Shaw also carries out a complex warm-up routine which he has practiced prior to every duration since 2009. As part of his regular, Shaw strikes his shin pads around seven times with his hockey stick, practices fore and back-hand face-off draws, twirls his hockey stick in his hands, plants the knob-end of his stick onto the ground, then walks in a circle around it.