There was always just something about Andrew Shaw that stuck out. He wasn’t the best player on the Chicago Blackhawks ever but that didn’t mean much. He was a very good player but he was by no means an offensive superstar. He has a career of 544 games played with 116 goals and 131 assists for 247 points. His possession numbers and advanced analytics were always good so there is no doubt that he was a key contributor to winning.
That is partially why he is a two-time Stanley Cup Champion with the Chicago Blackhawks. Now, after those 544 games played, he is retiring from the National Hockey League because of concussions. It was a shorter career than he probably wanted to have but there is no doubt he left a long-lasting impact on the city of Chicago.