Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw's back seized up during Monday's morning skate, and he received treatment at the team facility all day until the game, coach Joel Quenneville told reporters during the team's end-of-the-season press conference Wednesday at the United Center.
Q on Shaw before Game 6: "Couldn't even move after practice. I knew he'd find a way to play."— Eric Lear (@BHTVeric) June 17, 2015
Following, Monday's Stanley Cup celebration on the United Center ice, Quenneville told ESPN Chicago that Shaw was a game-time decision but did not state what the injury was.
The 23-year-old forward scored 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in 23 games this postseason. He has tallied 29 points (12 goals, 17 assists) in 61 postseason games, while winning two Cups in four seasons with the Hawks.
Check back with SCH in the coming days for reports on injuries Hawks players had this postseason.
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