Andrew Shaw C CHI 9 Days

Shaw broke out of his slump Tuesday, letting loose a career-high eight shots on goal and getting two of them past Arizona goalie Mike Smith.

Quite the stunning outing for Shaw, who had gone without a point in four straight and had totaled just three points over a 22-game span entering Tuesday's action. After his ice time had dipped over the last three games, it spiked to 18:11 in this one.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 9 Days

Shaw has compiled just one goal and two assists over his last 22 games.

The center has gone minus-10 during that span and might have hit his breaking point in the team's last game Sunday against the Stars, when he saw just 9:24 of ice time. He's probably not in danger of losing a lineup spot just yet with the injured Kris Versteeg (hand) and suspended Daniel Carcillo eating up two of the team's three scratches every night, but Shaw has clearly been a disappointment in his follow up to last season's 39-point effort.

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Shaw won 12 of his 13 faceoffs (92.3 percent) in Tuesday's loss to the Jets.

Though Shaw didn't score any points in the lopsided affair and hasn't tallied a point in his last nine games, he's been one of the Hawks' most trusty options in the faceoff circle. He's won a career-best 51 percent of his draws so far this season, but his success in that capacity is probably not enough to make up for the lack of offensive punch he's provided. He has just 10 points and a minus-4 rating over 32 games.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 2 Months

Shaw netted his fifth goal of the season and added an assist in Friday's win over the Ducks.

Shaw has now scored in two straight games and is up to nine points in 20 games on the season. While he isn't a top offensive contributor, Shaw is a solid secondary scorer who can contribute 20 goals in a third-line role.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 2 Months

Shaw (upper body) potted a power-play goal in Wednesday's win over the Avalanche.

Shaw returned to action after missing the previous three games and performed quite effectively, firing off five shots over 15:32 of action. He's still probably behind the pace to reach the numbers most were expecting from him this season, but his production could begin to take off now that he's healthy again.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 2 Months

Shaw (upper body) practiced again Tuesday and looks ready to play Wednesday against the Avalanche, Tracey Myers of CSNChicago.com reports.

Shaw skated as the third-line center at Tuesday's session and didn't appear to be limited in any drills, which should clear him to rejoin the lineup following a three-game absence. The 23-year-old has gotten off to a slow start to the 2014-15 campaign, notching three goals, three assists and a minus-4 rating over 18 games.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 2 Months

Shaw (upper body) appears poised to return to the lineup Wednesday against the Avalanche, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

The gritty forward should draw back into the lineup after the team demoted his replacement, Phillip Danault, to AHL Rockford on Monday. Shaw collected three goals and three assists in 18 games before getting injured Nov. 16 against the Stars.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 2 Months

Shaw (upper body), who practiced Sunday morning, was denied the chance to skate against the Canucks on Sunday night, Chicago Sun-Times reported.

Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville was asked by Shaw to skate against Vancouver but the coach said no. Despite the rejection Shaw is getting closer and could be back in the lineup by Wednesday at Colorado. Shaw has missed the first three games of the circus road trip.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 2 Months

Shaw, who has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Oilers, is doubtful to play Sunday against the Canucks as well.

Shaw wasn't on the ice for Saturday's morning skate, more than likely dashing his chances of playing Sunday since he won't have skated in consecutive days. His absence could enable the newly-recalled Phillip Danault to receive some regular run in the Blackhawks' bottom six.

Andrew Shaw C CHI 2 Months

Shaw (upper body) will not play Saturday against the Oilers, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Though coach Joel Quenneville previously labeled Shaw's injury as "not serious," the forward will still be forced to miss his second straight contest. The newly-recalled Phillip Danault will assume Shaw's spot in the lineup Saturday.