Still in recovery from her concussion suffered in the month of November last, the attacker Blackhawks Chicago-Andrew Shaw said on Monday evening that he was going to put a cross on the hockey this summer to be in shape for the next season.
The latest campaign has been particularly difficult for the former Montreal Canadien, who has played only 26 games in 2019-2020. While he was beginning to get used to playing again with the “Hawks”, Shaw suffered another shock, and is no longer played after November 30, 2019.
“I just wanted to say to the supporters of the Blackhawks and the hockey fans that I feel good, and that I am better and better every day! I feel healthy and am close to being fully recovered from my last concussion, but also of the others that I’ve suffered through the years”, announced on his account Instagram the number 65.
“This being said, with my family that I was so supported, we have come to the difficult decision that these five additional months before the next season would be great for my health and my recovery. I look forward to be back next season, stronger than ever!”, a-t-launched it.
“There is nothing I would like more than to be back on the ice with the guys to fight for Lord Stanley”, he said, he is already a winner of two championships with Chicago.
The Blackhawks will face off in the qualification round to the Edmonton Oilers in a format that is 3 of 5.