- Hayden Shaw Career Statistics
2015-16 (Freshman): Named to NCHC Academic All-Conference Team … Collected two goals and four assists with a plus-14 rating in 32 games ... Ranked fourth among NCHC rookie defensemen in plus/minus and tied for seventh among all NCHC freshmen skaters ... Had a season-best three-game point streak snapped at the NCHC Frozen Faceoff ... Had two goals and two assists in those three games after having collected just two points (both assists) in his first 24 collegiate games ... Stepped into the lineup during the NCHC Quarterfinals (March 11-12) with captain Gage Ausmus out with an injury and scored a goal in each game of UND’s sweep of Colorado College ... Goals were the first of his collegiate career ... Enjoyed the first multi-point game of his collegiate career with a pair of assists in an 8-1 win over Western Michigan (March 4) … Earned first letter.
Before UND: A 2015 graduate of Dubuque Senior High School … Spent the previous two seasons in the USHL, playing for the Waterloo Blackhawks in 2013-14 and splitting the 2014-15 season between Waterloo and the Dubuque Fighting Saints … Earned USHL First All-Star Team honors in 2014-15 after tying for third among the league’s defensemen in scoring with (6-36—42) and plus-minus rating (plus-20) in 46 games … Three of his six goals were game-winners, tying him for second-most among USHL defensemen … His plus-20 tied him for eighth among all USHL skaters … Tied for the playoff scoring lead among defensemen with 12 points (3 goals, 9 assists) in eight games for Dubuque … Was named to the 2013-14 USHL All-Rookie Team after amassing eight goals and 21 assists in 53 games for Waterloo … Helped lead the Blackhawks to the Anderson Cup as 2013-14 USHL regular season champions.
Personal: Majoring in communication … Son of current UND assistant coach Matt Shaw and his wife, Carolyn … Father played collegiately at Colorado College (1988-89) and U.S. International (1985-88) and later served as an assistant coach in the NHL with New Jersey, San Jose and Minnesota.