|NHL||Stanley Cup||2001-02 (Detroit), 1997-98 (Detroit), 1996-97 (Detroit)|
|NHL||King Clancy Memorial Trophy||2002-03|
|NHL||First All-Star Team||1999-00, 1993-94|
|NHL||Second All-Star Team||2001-02|
|NHL||Named to play in the NHL All-Star Game||2006-07, 2001-02, 1999-00, 1998-99, 1997-98, 1996-97, 1995-96, 1993-94|
|Olympic||Olympic Gold Medal||2002 (Canada)|
|11/17/2009||Announced his retirement.|
|8/05/2009||Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by the New Jersey Devils to a one-year contract.|
|3/23/2009||Missed 1 game (back injury).|
|3/22/2009||Back injury, day-to-day.|
|2/19/2009||Missed 2 games (foot injury).|
|2/15/2009||Foot injury, day-to-day.|
|1/15/2009||Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the New Jersey Devils to a one-year contract.|
|4/04/2008||Missed 1 game (lower body injury).|
|3/31/2008||Lower body injury, day-to-day.|
|2/16/2008||Missed 5 games (general soreness).|
|2/03/2008||General soreness, day-to-day.|
|1/16/2008||Missed 2 games (back injury).|
|1/12/2008||Back injury, day-to-day.|
|1/05/2008||Missed 1 game (neck injury).|
|1/03/2008||Neck injury, day-to-day.|
|7/10/2007||Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by the New York Rangers to a one-year contract.|
|3/21/2007||Missed 15 games (head injury).|
|2/17/2007||Head injury, left Saturday's game.|
|7/09/2006||Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the New York Rangers to a one-year contract.|
|7/28/2005||Has exercised his contract option for the 2005-06 season.|
|7/22/2004||Re-signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Detroit Red Wings to a one-year contract.|
|11/25/2002||Missed 3 games (personal reasons).|
|11/19/2002||Personal reasons, day-to-day.|
|11/07/2002||Missed 1 game (personal reasons).|
|11/05/2002||Personal reasons, day-to-day.|
|4/13/2002||Missed 1 game (wrist injury).|
|4/10/2002||Wrist injury, day-to-day.|
|4/01/2002||Missed 1 game (wrist injury).|
|3/30/2002||Wrist injury, day-to-day.|
|4/23/2001||Missed Game 6 of Round One against Los Angeles (ankle injury).|
|4/21/2001||Missed Game 2, 3 and 4 of Round One against Los Angeles (foot injury).|
|4/14/2001||Foot injury, day-to-day.|
|1/15/2009||Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the New Jersey Devils.|
|7/09/2006||Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the New York Rangers.|
|10/09/1996||Detroit Red Wings traded Paul Coffey, Keith Primeau and 1st round selection (Nikos Tselios) in 1997 to the Hartford Whalers for Brendan Shanahan and Brian Glynn.|
|7/27/1995||St. Louis Blues traded Brendan Shanahan to the Hartford Whalers from Chris Pronger.|
|7/25/1991||Signed as a free agent by the St. Louis Blues.|
|6/13/1987||Drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the 1st round (2nd overall) in 1987.|
Shanahan dedicates Hall entry to late father | 11/12/2013 10:16 AM
NewsBrendan Shanahan wanted to dedicate his induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame to his father, the late Donal Shanahan.
New Jersey Online
ImpactDonal suffered from Alzheimer's disease and passed away in May 1990. He never saw his son play in an NHL game. "When I was about eight or nine years old he caught me with a piece of chalk I had taken from school and I was writing my name on the wall," Brendan Shanahan recalled on Monday. "He said with his gentle Irish brogue: 'A man's ambitions must be small to write his name upon a wall.' First thing I thought was, 'How long have you been carrying that one around? What are the odds you get to use that in life?'" On a more serious note, he later added, "This is the name he gave me and he deserves to see it up on this wall."
Brendan Shanahan to join Hockey Hall of Fame | 07/09/2013 3:38 PM
NewsBrendan Shanahan has been selected as part of the 2013 Hockey Hall of Fame class.
NHL.com on Twitter
ImpactShanahan won the Stanley Cup three times with the Detroit Red Wings. He ranks 13th on the NHL's all-time list with 656 goals and 25th with 1,354 points in 1,524 career games. Over the course of his career, he played for the New Jersey Devils, Hartford Whalers, Detroit Red Wings, and New York Rangers. He's now serving as the NHL's disciplinarian.
Brendan Shanahan will stay with the NHL | 06/30/2013 6:18 AM
NewsBrendan Shanahan has told the Calgary Flames that he will not join their front office and will stay with the National Hockey League.
ImpactShanahan was being considered for a top management job with the Flames as Calgary wants more people in on the decision making process. Shanahan decided against the move and will remain as a vice-president of the NHL in charge of player safety.
Flames CEO confirms Shanahan up for exec role | 06/18/2013 8:36 AM
NewsFlames CEO/president Ken King says Brendan Shanahan is a candidate to join Calgary's front office but won't replace GM Jay Feaster.
ImpactShanahan admitted Friday that he met with Flames management last week and there was speculation the NHL's czar of discipline was in line to replace Feaster. "This is not a death watch," King said Monday. "I can tell you we are now on a long-term process to add depth to our hockey operations. We want to get back to where we should be, and this is something we think is consistent with that. We have a GM, and Jay is involved in this process." It remains to be seen if Shanahan might be offered a front office position or what sort of role he would have with the Flames.
Brendan Shanahan meets with Calgary brass | 06/15/2013 6:19 PM
NewsThough the details are cryptic, Brendan Shanahan admitted that he met with Calgary Flames management this week.
John Shannon on Twitter
ImpactCould it be for a front office position? GM Jay Feaster admitted that the team is rebuilding on Friday. Perhaps Shanny might end up being part of that process ...
NHL BOG to meet Tuesday or Wednesday | 01/06/2013 7:16 PM
NewsThe NHL's Board of Governors is expected to meet Tuesday "at the earliest" to ratify the CBA, according to Sportsnet's John Shannon.
ImpactShannon gave some context: during the 1994-95 season, NHL teams needed very little time to begin training camp once they received official word. This announcement doesn't really clarify when opening night will be, though.
|2004-05||Did not play||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||0.0|
|2004-05||Did not play||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||0.0|
|Games||82||2 times-last: 2005-06 (Det)|
|Penalty Minutes||211||1993-94 (StL)|
|Power Play Goals||20||1996-97 (Hfd/Det)|
|Shorthanded Goals||7||1993-94 (StL)|
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