Logan Shaw has found a new home to continue his professional hockey career.
The Glace Bay native signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Ottawa Senators last week.
The terms of the deal will see Shaw receive an average annual value of $725,000 with a breakdown of $700,000 in the NHL and $375,000 in the American Hockey League in year one and $750,000 (NHL) and $375,000 (AHL) in year two.
Shaw, 28, split the 2019-20 season between the Winnipeg Jets and the team's AHL affiliate, the Manitoba Moose. In 35 games with the Jets, Shaw had two goals and five points, while in the AHL he recorded four goals and seven points in 16 game.
Shaw, son of Cape Breton Eagles president and governor Gerard Shaw, has appeared in 215 NHL games over the past five years, posting 15 goals and 36 points while spending time between the Florida Panthers, Anaheim Ducks, Montreal Canadiens and Jets.
Prior to making the jump to the professional ranks, Shaw played five years in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League between the Cape Breton Eagles and Quebec Remparts.