8/16/16 | 8:39AM: Shaw will join John Tortorella as an assistant coach in Columbus. (Dispatch)
6/1/16 | 9:28PM: Shaw is believed to be a candidate for the vacant assistant job with the Blue Jackets and he has a long history with Columbus President John Davidson. (Portzline)
5:35PM: Elliotte Friedman noted a report from St. Louis based Andy Stickland that suggested the Rangers as a possible landing spot for former Blues associate coach Brad Shaw. (Sportsnet)
Shaw left the Blues after refusing to take a one-year contract extension.
Shaw was in charge of the Blues PK. (Rutherford)
He joined the Blues as an assistant in 2006 and was promoted to associate coach in 2012.
Prior to joining St. Louis, Shaw was an interim coach of the Islanders where he went 18-18-4 in 2005-06.
Shaw played for Ottawa when Alain Vigneault was an assistant coach in the early 1990s.
When Shaw was the head coach of the Ducks AHL team in 2002-03 and 03-04 one of his assistants was current Rangers assistant Darryl Williams.
Blues GM Doug Armstrong said that Shaw is a great coach and he understands his decision to leave rather than stay on a one-year deal. (Yahoo)