Drew Shore
Drew Shore
28-Year-Old CenterC
 Free Agent  
Free Agent
2018 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Drew Shore in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed a one-year contract with Kunlun Redstar (KHL) in December of 2018.
Signs with Russian club
CFree Agent
December 27, 2018
Shore agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Kunlun Redstar (KHL) on Thursday, Igor Eronko of Sport-Express reports.
ANALYSIS
Shore was playing with Zurich SC in the Swiss league before making the move to the KHL's Chinese club. The 27-year-old last played in the NHL in 2016-17 when he logged 14 games with the Canucks and tallied a pair of assists. At this point, the Denver native is unlikely to get another look in the NHL.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Drew Shore
Friday Daily Puck: Hamm It Up
March 27, 2015
Andrew Hammond's streak ended. It was going to happen. So do the Bruins have a chance now?
Wednesday Daily Puck: Turn On Your Hartnell
March 24, 2015
One King is hot, and another is not, and a trade is helping a former Sabre.
Saturday Daily Puck: SenSational
March 21, 2015
A young and exciting Ottawa Senators team is terrorizing the NHL, while Jordan Eberle is piling up points for the Oilers. Meanwhile in Nashville, reduced minutes for Cody Franson is leading to reduced production.
Friday Daily Puck: The Return of the Kings
March 12, 2015
The Kings are making things interesting in the Western Conference. With only a handful of playoff spots left, which teams have the best chance or going to the second dance?
Wednesday Daily Puck: May the Schwartz be with You
March 10, 2015
Doan is done, Abdelkader is worth a look, and the Islanders are a team to reckon with.
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On the surface, Shore looks like an intriguing prospect. At 6-foot-3, he possesses the ideal size, and being a right-handed center, should be in high demand. But the Flames elected not to retain the budding power forward despite his scoring 38 points in 59 games with AHL Stockton this past season. The 25-year-old has untapped potential and could be a valuable addition to any team looking to bolster its depth at the NHL or AHL level. Shore was a second-round pick in 2009 and has 24 points in 80 career NHL games. Don’t hit the snooze button on this sleeper in the late rounds of fantasy drafts.
Shore received an extended look from Calgary at the end of the 2014-15 season, picking up three points in 12 games. After being acquired from the Panthers midseason, Shore recorded seven points in 12 games for Adirondack before joining the Flames. There's no question Shore has talent, but with the depth Calgary has at forward, it's going to be an uphill battle for him to make the team in the fall.
The 22-year-old center Shore played 43 games with the Panthers last season in which he recorded three goals and 10 assists. His rookie season ended in wrist surgery, but the nagging injury may have been holding him back a bit during the season. He'll probably be the fourth-line center again this season, but don't be surprised if he gets moved up if his production increases.
Shore, a solid, two-way centerman, enters Panthers camp looking to grab hold of a roster spot and an opportunity to make an impact at the NHL level. Shore made the jump from college to the pros signing an entry-level contract halfway through last season; the former second-round pick will look to build upon a solid college career where he posted 99 points over his final two seasons at the University of Denver.
Shore was taken in last year's draft with the 44th overall draft pick. Overall, he's a bit raw and inconsistent, though he has plenty of time to tweak his game with more experience in what will be his Sophomore at the University of Denver, in 2010-11.
Shore will leave the U.S. National Team Development Program in his wake and head off to Denver University, where he'll get a chance to play in a conference known for its skating and scoring. He's still a long ways from the NHL, though.
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Returns to Swiss league
CFree Agent
May 30, 2017
Shore has signed a two-year contract with Zurich of the Swiss-A league, Ben Kuzman of the Vancouver Province reports.
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Signs deal Sunday
CVancouver Canucks  Foreign
March 12, 2017
Shore was signed for the rest of the year Sunday by the Canucks, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province and Sun reports.
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Inks deal to play overseas
CFree Agent
August 13, 2016
Shore signed a contract with Kloten of Switzerland's National League A on Friday, TSN reports.
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CCalgary Flames  Foreign
April 10, 2016
The Flames reassigned Shore to AHL Stockton on Sunday.
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CCalgary Flames  Foreign
April 7, 2016
Shore was called up to Calgary on Thursday.
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