Logan Shaw

Lucas Main

2017-06-07

Logan Shaw, RW

Shoots: R

Height: 6-3

Weight: 198

Born: 1992-10-05

Hometown:  Glace Bay, NS

Drafted: 2011 by Florida Panthers, 76th Overall

 

 

 

 

 

Observations:

June 2017 – After being traded in Anaheim in November, he landed on the fourth line and coach Randy Carlyle liked what he saw. He brings speed, responsibility, and tenacity to the lineup. Shaw was rewarded a one year contract extension in March and should be a staple on Anaheim’s fourth line next season. In terms on fantasy, he plays on the PK and had two short-handed points this season and averages about a hit per game so he should only be owned in the deepest of leagues.  Lucas Main

 

Dec 2015 – After a successful start to the AHL season where Shaw scored seven goals in 13 games for the Portland Pirates, Shaw was called up to the NHL Panthers in late November. He has played in three NHL games and has been held without a point, while averaging just over ten minutes per game in his first taste of NHL action. The former third round pick from 2011 spent last season as his first full season in the AHL where he scored 25 points in 69 games. – Lee Rayson

 

February 2014 – After finishing last season with 68 points in 67 games for the Remparts (QMJHL) as an over-ager, Shaw finally got a crack at the pro leagues. First it was with the Rampage, but going scoreless in his first seven AHL games resulted in a demotion to the Cyclones (ECHL) where he then produced 18 points in 20 games. Since returning to San Antonio in January he has just six points in 19 games (one goal). Nathan Kanter

 

November 2012 – Logan Shaw is showing signs of life offensively with eight goals and 20 points in 17 games, which ranks third on the Quebec Remparts. Eric Daoust

 

October 2012 – At the start of May, Shaw signed a three year Entry Level contract and was poised to get a long look in camp. Florida currently is slated to fill gaps with journeymen like George Parros, Andre Deveaux and Casey Wellmen, until a prospect or full time option on the bottom line emerges. After a couple years in the AHL, Shaw could be that option with a little upside. A strong final junior season with the Ramparts could impress Panther brass into rushing his development. Jason Banks

 

October 2012 – Logan Shaw is producing at a much better clip thus far in the 2012-13 season with 12 points in nine games to start the year. Eric Daoust

 

April 2012 – Shaw has always performed pretty well on a weak team, but his year the big power forward was traded from Cape Breton to Quebec. He had less of an offensive role on his new team, but still chipped in 15 points in 26 games after the trade. He has great size and reach, which he uses to his advantage. He has a quick release and uses his shot often. Eric Daoust

 

Fantasy Outlook: D

Don’t expect high offensive numbers. His potential is likely a bottom six checking forward.

 

Footage:

Shaw fight:

 

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