CHICAGO | NHL teams usually don’t pay $16 million over four seasons for an enforcer, throwing his weight around, who doesn’t have a nose for the net.
On Sunday night, Andrew Shaw jumped into the fray by providing a screen on Patrick Sharp’s power-play goal that opened the scoring against the Florida Panthers.
CHICAGO | Practice was long over when Joel Quenneville was stopped by two young boys waiting to get on the ice. They asked if he would sign their sticks, and the former NHL defenseman happily obliged.
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