He decided to forgo his final year at University Of Denver, where he struck for 35 goals and 59 assists in 115 games before leaving to pursue his dream.
The 6′ 195 lbs. forward is signed to a three-year entry level deal that already has one year on the books and runs through the 2014/2015 season.
In 11 AHL games, he’s not exactly out of the gates quickly with just a pair of strikes and a helper and a +4 rating but he’s on an exceptionally good team that should improve those numbers maybe in a hurry.
At just 21-years old there’s still plenty of time to develop, although he’s in a prospect system with a lot of talent in its’ depth chart.
His slightly larger older brother is Drew Shore.