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Mason Shaw

Born:Nov 3, 1998Draft: 2017 Wild, 97th Overall
Hometown:Lloydminster, AlbertaPosition:Centre
Known For:Alberta Cup ChampionShoots:Left
National Team:CanadaCurrent Status:Minnesota Wild

Mason Shaw (born November 3, 1998) is a current Canadian ice hockey player, currently under contract with the Minnesota Wild. Drafted 97th overall in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft by the Wild, Shaw had a phenomenal year leading up to the draft, registering 94 points in 71 games with he Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Hockey League (WHL). He was primed to return to Medicine Hat the following season, but a torn ACL during the Traverse City Prospect Tournament in Minnesota took him out for most of the year. He returned later into the year to play one game with the Iowa Wild.

Mason Shaw Iowa Wild
Mason Shaw, Iowa Wild (Jenae Anderson / The Hockey Writers)

Shaw returned the following season, healthy and healed up, and registered 33 points in 76 games with Iowa in his rookie year. By 2020-21, he was named an alternate captain and picked up 22 points in 30 games. His best season statistically came in 2021-22, where he registered 52 points in 62 games, performing well enough to earn him a three-game call-up with Minnesota. He failed to register a point and finished with a minus-2 rating and five penalty minutes.

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Achievements

  • Alberta Cup Champion (2013)
  • AMHL First All-Star Team (2014)
  • AMHL Top Forward (2014)
  • Western Canada Challenge Cup Gold Medal (2014)

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