Blackhawks bring back Andrew Shaw



After three seasons in Montreal, Andrew Shaw is headed back to the team with which he enjoyed his greatest National Hockey League moments. He scored 19 goals and collected 47 points in 63 games with Max Domi serving as his most consistent linemate.

The Blackhawks traded second- and seventh-round picks in next year's draft and a third-rounder in 2021 to the Canadiens for Shaw and a seventh-rounder in 2021.

Shaw was selected by the Blackhawks in the fifth round of the 2011 NHL Draft and spent the first five years of his career in Chicago, capturing a pair of Stanley Cups in 2013 and 2015.

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Shaw has three seasons left on a six-year contract he signed with the Canadiens on June 27, 2016.

He has also registered 120 hits or more in five of his eight seasons in the National Hockey League.

Moving the rough-and-ready winger, who turns 28 on July 20, leaves the Canadiens with $12.6 million in cap space as.

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