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Montreal Claims Logan Shaw off Waivers From Anaheim


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MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens claimed forward Logan Shaw on waivers from the Anaheim Ducks on Monday.

Shaw, 25, had two goals and six assists in 42 games for Anaheim this season. The Glace Bay, N.S., native has 10 goals and 15 assists in 150 career NHL games with Florida and Anaheim.

The six-foot-three 208-pound centre/right-winger was drafted 76th overall by Florida in 2011 and was traded to the Ducks on Nov. 16, 2016. He carries a US$650,000 NHL cap hit.

Montreal also announced forward Andrew Shaw, no relation, suffered a lower-body injury Saturday in a 4-3 shootout loss to Boston. He’s out indefinitely and will be re-evaluated in seven-to-10 days.

 

Our center position is now cemented. :4224:

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Don't be Hating on Logan.  He is from my hometown and a great kid. Well respected in a community of less then 19000 people.

Only other player that made it from the bay bye was Doug Sulliman, first round pick of the NYR, 13th overall.

No he is not the answer. But I cannot wait to watch him play in a Habs jersey.....

 

 

 

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18 minutes ago, Ravadak said:

Don't be Hating on Logan.  He is from my hometown and a great kid. Well respected in a community of less then 19000 people.

Only other player that made it from the bay bye was Doug Sulliman, first round pick of the NYR, 13th overall.

No he is not the answer. But I cannot wait to watch him play in a Habs jersey.....

 

 

 

We'll see what he can do. He could be a decent 4th liner. I don't think anyone's down on the individual player so much as Bergevin's continued tinkering with role players without actually addressing real needs.

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