Logan Shaw (RW)
||Glace Bay, NS
2014-15: Skated for Skelleftea in Swedish Hockey League. 2013-14: Played 42 games for Zug in Swiss-A League. 2012-13: Split season between Dynamo Riga of KHL (Russia) and Red Bull Salzburg (Austria). 2011-12: Played for MODO in Swedish Elite League. 2010-11: Played last AHL game, picking up assist for Bridgeport Sound Tigers on 10/29/2010 @ Manchester Monarchs. Three point game for New York Islanders on 12/11/2010 vs. Atlanta Thrashers. Scored two goals, including game winner, for Islanders on 2/5/2011 vs. Ottawa Senators. Claimed off waivers by Atlanta Thrashers, making debut on 3/1/2011 vs. Montreal Canadiens. Scored first Thrashers goal on 3/9/2011 @ Carolina Hurricanes. Scored game winning goal on 3/24/2011 @ New York Islanders. Scored game winning goal and assist on 4/7/2011 @ New York Rangers. 2009-10: After being claimed off waivers, made New York Islanders debut on 10/8/2009 @ Ottawa Senators. Scored first NHL goal on 12/12/2009 vs. Boston Bruins. 2008-09: Opened season with Springfield Falcons with assists in each of first four games from 10/17-25/2008. Scored first NHL point with assist for Edmonton Oilers on 12/3/2008 vs. Dallas Stars. 2007-08: Scored a goal for Planet USA in 2008 AHL All-Star Classic on 1/28/2008. Finished season tied for seventh-most points in AHL for Springfield Falcons. 2006-07: Made pro debut for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on 10/4/2006 vs. Manitoba Moose. Scored first pro points with assists on 10/7/2006 vs. Hershey Bears. Scored first pro goal on 10/14/2006 vs. Bridgeport Sound Tigers. Made NHL debut for Edmonton Oilers on 4/5/2007 @ Minnesota Wild. 2005-06: Led OHL in regular season scoring with 145 points for London Knights and 47 playoff points, helping to lead London to the OHL Robertson Cup Final. 2004-05: Helped guide London Knights to OHL Robertson Cup and CHL Memorial Cup titles. 2003-04: After early season trade from Niagara IceDogs to London Knights, appeared in OHL Western Conference Final with Knights. 2002-03: Won OHL Rookie of the Year and helped Mississauga IceDogs earn first ever OHL playoff berth.