Highlight of the Night: Chicago's Shaw with the beauty backhand

Andrew Shaw is beloved by Hawks fans for his gritty, determined play and scoring a backhander from his knees would definitely qualify in that category, as he did last night.
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The Hockey News

The Hockey News

It's been awhile since #ShawFacts was a meme, but Blackhawks scrapper Andrew Shaw gave us another one last night: He can score from anywhere.

Shaw's tally opened the scoring for Chicago, which went on to beat Dallas 4-2.

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