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Owen Sound Attack's Andrew Shaw Takes Notes From Wendel Clark

Andrew Shaw - Photo Coutesy Joel Smith Photography
Originally appeared at www.thegoodpoint.com

Amidst the ongoing controversy regarding the physical side of hockey, there comes a player that kindles the old school ways of the game that has produced some of the greatest legends in the sport.

Owen Sound Attack forward Andrew Shaw plays a much bigger game than his size suggests; something he learned from one of the most revered Toronto Maple Leafs players.

Wendel Clark for sure. I try to resemble his play; he wasn’t the biggest guy but he wasn’t afraid of anyone,” the 19-year-old center told TheGoodPoint.com. “He stuck up for his teammates and he was a great leader – but also brought forth an offensive role, so he’s just a great all-around character player to model your game around.”

Having a frame of 5″11′ and 180 pounds sounds average for a player in the Canadian Hockey League. However, like Clark, Shaw has made quite the name for himself as many believe he is pound-for-pound the toughest fighter currently playing in the OHL.

For the full article on Andrew Shaw, visit TheGoodPoint.com

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