Shore was a second round pick (No.44 overall) in 2009 and signed with the Canucks last week after finishing his season with Kloten HC in Switzerland. The 6-foot-3, 205 lbs. forward had 24 goals and 24 assists (48 points) in 50 games overseas and the Canucks will take a look at him for the remainder of the 2016-17 season.
The Flames have sent Drew Shore back to Adirondack (AHL).
Shore, 23, did not record a point in the only game that he appeared in with the Flames. He heads to Adirondack, where he is expected to make his debut with the team this week. He has 30 AHL points (9G / 21A) in 35 games with San Antonio this season.
Drew Shore will make his Flames debut on Thursday vs. Arizona.
Shore, 23, was the 44th overall pick in the 2009 NHL Draft. He was recently acquired from the Florida Panthers and will play his first game with the Flames tonight in Arizona. He has eight goals and 12 assists (20 points) in 67 career NHL games. He will centre the third line with Lance Bouma and Joe Colborne on his wings.
The Flames have recalled Drew Shore from Adirondack (AHL).
Shore, who was acquired by the Flames in a trade on January 9th, was drafted by the Florida Panthers in the second round (44th overall) in the 2009 NHL Draft.He didn’t get a chance to debut for Adirondack, but he was second on San Antonio (AHL) in scoring with 30 points (9G / 21A) in 35 games.
The Panthers have recalled Drew Shore from San Antonio (AHL).
Shore has no points in two games with Florida this season. With San Antonio he has yet to record a goal but has 15 assists in 28 games. His recall suggests that Scottie Upshall (upper-body) will not play tonight.
Pioneers' junior forward Drew Shore Monday signed with the NHL's Florida Panthers and is expected to the San Antonio Rampage of the AHL for the remainder of the season. His three-year entry deal will kick in next season.
Shore just completed his third season with the University of Denver, scoring 22 goals and 53 points in 42 games.