Andrew Shaw To Auction Off The Stitches From His Glorious Hockey Face

Andrew Shaw's busted-up face was one of the highlights of the Chicago Blackhawks' Stanley Cup victory. Shaw hoisting the cup while his face continued to swell and blood oozed from his stitched-up wounds is an image that will always hold a place in hockey history, and now fans have the opportunity to own a piece of… » 8/06/13 12:09pm 8/06/13 12:09pm

Andrew Shaw Is More Swelling Than Man

Andrew Shaw took a puck to the face during Chicago's Game 6 win, but he's a hockey player, so he got stitched up and back on the ice. The photos of a still-bloody Shaw hoisting the Stanley Cup were great: he was very clearly feeling no pain. But a few days later, he's on his way to ringing bells in a French cathedral. » 6/27/13 1:59pm 6/27/13 1:59pm

Andrew Shaw's Bloody Face Is The Face Of The Stanley Cup

Andrew Shaw was the Game 1 hero, but that's not what he does. He's a pest. An agitator. A player who gets his hands dirty, and his face bloody, and raises a Cup. » 6/25/13 9:45am 6/25/13 9:45am

Andrew Shaw Took A Puck To The Face

With just about four minutes remaining in the first period of Game 6 in Boston, Shawn Thornton fired a shot into the Chicago zone that deflected off Andrew Shaw's stick and into his face, leaving blood on the ice. He went down immediately and stayed down for some time before eventually skating off. » 6/24/13 9:14pm 6/24/13 9:14pm

Andrew Shaw Was Mic'd Up For His Game 1 Winner, And It's Fantastic

NBC had Andrew Shaw wearing a microphone last night, and it just might be the best decision the producers have made all playoffs. » 6/13/13 10:54am 6/13/13 10:54am

Chicago's Win: 112 Minutes, Two Empty Bruins, And One Pinball Wizard

This is what coaches say, over and over, as overtime stretches into a second overtime stretches into comical exhaustion: just chuck it toward the net, because you never know what can happen. » 6/13/13 9:11am 6/13/13 9:11am

Blackhawks Score In Triple Overtime To Win Stanley Cup Game 1

It took three overtimes and a double-deflection, but the Chicago Blackhawks kept the home advantage and drew first blood in the Stanley Cup. Andrew Shaw redirected the puck with his knee for the winning goal, and the Blackhawks beat the Boston Bruins, 4-3. » 6/13/13 1:40am 6/13/13 1:40am

Andrew Shaw Earned A Game Misconduct After Leveling Phoenix Goalie Mike…

Chicago winger Andrew Shaw drew a five-minute charging penalty and game misconduct after this incident in the second period of tonight's Game Two matchup between the Blackhawks and Coyotes in Phoenix in which Shaw dropped Mike Smith with a shot to the head. » 4/14/12 11:32pm 4/14/12 11:32pm