David Shaw
David Shaw
David Shaw is a retired former professional ice hockey defenceman who played 769 National Hockey League games from 1982-1998. He won a Memorial Cup as a member of the Kitchener Rangers in 1982. He now lives in the Boston area where he owns a seafood business.
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Tamir Rice and Oregon's White Ranchers
Huffington Post - about 1 year
One hundred and fifty armed, white ranchers took over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge this weekend. Vox reported these men used online videos to call on "'patriots' from all over the country to come to the refuge with their guns to join their fight." Time dubbed them "armed protesters." Other outlets, including ABC News, called them "militia men." I see now, more than ever, the second amendment comes with an asterisk. When 12-year-old Tamir Rice is gunned down by police within a few seconds of sighting him carrying a toy gun in a park, but 150 men with rifles and ISIS-like recruitment tactics seize federal property with no consequences, there is no denying justice is selective in America. When we're quick to label black and brown bodies as thugs and terrorists, but fail to call out this situation for what it is --domestic terrorism -- there is no denying justice is selective in America. I am not asking law enforcement to utilize the same type of force on Tamir Rice against th ...
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Puerto Rico Is In Serious Trouble. Here's What You Need To Know.
Huffington Post - about 1 year
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Puerto Rico Is In Serious Trouble. Here's What You Need To Know.
Huffington Post - about 1 year
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Samsung gets the best of Nvidia in patent battle, but the war isn't over
Yahoo News - about 1 year
As Nvidia has learned recently, the law doesn’t always work in your favor. After ruling earlier this month that Samsung hadn’t infringed on the graphics chip company’s intellectual property, the US International Trade Commission has determined that the opposite is true — Nvidia has, instead, ripped off Samsung. A judge for the ITC discovered that Nvidia had infringed on the of Samsung’s patents in the Korean company’s counter-lawsuit, namely US6147385, US6173349, and US7804734. The first patent has to do with SRAM cells while, the second is about shared bus systems, and the third deals with data strobe buffers and memory systems. “A judge at the US International Trade Commission this week issued his initial determination that we had infringed three of Samsung’s patents,” wrote executive vice president of Nvidia David Shannon. “We are disappointed by this initial decision. We will seek a review by the full ITC, which will take several months to issue its ruling.” Related: Samsung wants ...
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Post-9/11 Rebuilding Isn't The Only Reason Hedge Funds Support Hillary Clinton
Huffington Post - over 1 year
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Stanford's David Shaw made $2 million in 2012
USA Today - over 2 years
Stanford and Northwestern released tax returns to USA TODAY.           
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Is Britain ready for water cannon?
Guardian (UK) - about 3 years
Water cannon are used in Northern Ireland and abroad – with varying degrees of brutality – but have never been deployed in Britain. So why are Boris Johnson and the police now talking about introducing them here? Anyone watching the news on TV will know the basic scenario. There's a riot of some kind: perhaps political, maybe largely senseless, occasionally related to an international football match. The police duly get stuck in, using horses, or baton charges, or even plastic bullets. And then, just to underline the fact that something really serious is afoot, a number of armoured vehicles will appear. In the manner of giant weeing daleks, they will then fire huge jets of water at their targets, sending them flying across the street, and clearing a space in between the cops and their quarry – or, in a different situation, one set of miscreants and another. Such are the wonders of water cannon, first used in 1930s Germany, and now part of the armoury of police forces all over the wo ...
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Richard Sherman lives 'on the edge,' says Stanford's David Shaw - San Jose Mercury News
Google News - about 3 years
FOXSports.com Richard Sherman lives 'on the edge,' says Stanford's David Shaw San Jose Mercury News Richard Sherman's brash postgame rant generated national buzz Monday, with reaction mostly ranging from shock to outrage. But those who know the hypercompetitive Seattle Seahawks cornerback best weren't surprised by his 15-second tirade targeting ... The Richard Sherman you don't knowChicago Sun-Times Seattle's Harvin expected back for Super BowlHouston Chronicle Richard Sherman apologizesUSA TODAY NewsOK.com -San Francisco Chronicle -The Star-Ledger - NJ.com all 3,262 news articles »
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Police warning after insecure homes and vehicles targeted
Brighouse ECHO - about 3 years
Police in Calderdale are again warning residents to keep their homes and vehicles secure to help cut burglary dwelling and vehicle crime offences. Criminals have recently been targeting insecure houses and vehicles. Neighbourhood Policing Team Inspector David Shaw said: “If you keep your house and vehicle secure when you leave it unattended you are making your property and vehicle a much less attractive option to a thief. Thieves tend to be opportunistic and will look for the easiest available option. “Therefore they are far more likely to target unlocked and insecure properties and vehicles. Our officers have been astounded when they have seen valuable items including laptops, wallets and mobile phones on show in vehicles and also front doors of houses left open and insecure. “We are doing all we can to stop criminals in their tracks and officers are always on patrol keeping a watchful eye out – but we need people to work with us and make life more difficult for thieves.”
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Mississippi State Broadens Research Ties With United Nations FAO
Yahoo News - about 3 years
ROME, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- During meetings this week in Rome, Mississippi State University officials formally broadened a 2010 agreement to work together with the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on initiatives to address world hunger and poverty. MSU President Mark E. Keenum and FAO Deputy Director General Daniel Gustafson signed a memorandum of understanding that expands the 2010 foundation for collaborations focusing most immediately on aquatic animal health, disease prevention and emergency diagnostics, and FAO recognition of MSU as a Center for Knowledge for Aquatic Health. The MSU delegation to Rome included Keenum, Provost and Executive Vice President Jerry Gilbert, Vice President for Research and Economic Development David Shaw, Vice President for Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine Greg Bohach, College of Veterinary Medicine Associate Dean Mark Lawrence, and Associate Vice President for International Programs Jon P. Rezek.
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David Shaw at Feature Inc.
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The conversation below with David Shaw is about and coincides with his solo exhibition at Feature Inc., up through November 16th, 2013. Liz Insogna: Twin, Bog and Single share the elements of glass, pentagon, mirror and tree trunk. Structurally their components are in harmony and they are related. The immediacy of the works of glass give an illusion of fluid free form and feel like something frozen in time. We feel parallel to the time the work exists in, but are still asked to engage with it; which in concept leads to a reconciliation between two worlds. The mirrored elements continue the poetry here on the edge of what is above and what is below. Could you talk a bit about the duality (and multiplicity) of existence as relates to this installation? David Shaw: Multiplicity, yes. As for any Dualism, I think Descartes et al. fucked everything up by positing the divisibility of mind and body. The man lay in bed for three weeks, feverishly developing an aphorism that has been misi ...
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Oregon, Stanford Set For Pac-12's Game Of The Year
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — The matchup between Oregon and Stanford the past three seasons has been billed as the biggest game of the year on the West Coast, a de facto Pac-12 title game and national semifinal. What it also has been is a spoiler. In each of the past three years, the loser was handed its only regular-season defeat and would've surely played in the BCS championship game otherwise. The winner went on to claim the Pac-12 title. The stakes are just as high this season. The stage is even bigger. When No. 2 Oregon (8-0, 5-0) visits sixth-ranked Stanford (7-1, 5-1) in prime time Thursday night, one team will announce itself as the best in the west and the other will watch its championship dreams wither away again. Even the so-called smart kids are rearranging their schedules for this one. "The people that I've seen around campus, they've all said, 'I'm not going to class on Thursday at all. I'm getting ready for this tailgate,'" Stanford safety Ed Reynolds said. "The cam ...
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<i>Eat Out</i> at Feature Inc., New York
Huffington Post - over 3 years
David Shaw, Bog, 2013; wood, mirror, glass; 115 x 94 x 90". Courtesy of the artist and Feature Inc., New York. David Shaw's exhibition, Eat Out, at Feature Inc. in New York captures the ineffable qualities of water, with spatial references to above and below. The works reinforce allegorical dimensions of map-making in relation to watery forces. Shaw's handblown glass entities present a range of domestic looking cups, wineglasses, plates and saucers, many of which have distorted shapes that mimic transitory water droplets being thrust outward. The transparent glass sculptures visually behave as water succumbing to natural forces, such as intense winds, but also hint at the unnatural, as if gravitating to a mysterious pull. Shaw executes control over his materials, which appear as water but behave as glass. Sympathetic magic is in play, as glass imitates water and stripped tree limbs imitate lightening. Semi-permanent, intriguing and bizarre, Shaw's inviting mirror tables are ...
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Art in Review: David Shaw: ‘Eat Out’
NYTimes - over 3 years
David Shaw’s beautiful, trippy exhibition occupies the main gallery at the Feature Inc. gallery.     
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Shaw
    THIRTIES
  • 2000
    Age 35
    Shaw made a comeback during the 2000-01 season, playing with the Chicago Wolves of the IHL.
    More Details Hide Details He had 10 assists in 30 games with the Wolves, however, Shaw had no points in eight playoff games.
  • 1998
    Age 33
    Shaw would not play a game for the Sharks, and spent the 1998-99 season with the Thunder, earning 13 points in 24 games.
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    On March 24, 1998, he was traded with Bryan Marchment and the Lightning's first-round draft pick in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft to the San Jose Sharks for Andrei Nazarov, and the Florida Panthers' first-round draft pick in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft, which also was the first overall draft pick.
    More Details Hide Details The Lightning would use that pick to draft Vincent Lecavalier.
  • 1997
    Age 32
    In 1997-98, he played 14 games with the Lightning, with two points.
    More Details Hide Details He spent some time in the IHL, playing in 26 games with the Las Vegas Thunder, as he had 19 points.
  • 1996
    Age 31
    Shaw appeared in 57 games with Tampa Bay in 1996-97, registering 11 points, as the club failed to make the playoffs.
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  • 1995
    Age 30
    In the 1995-96 season, Shaw appeared in 66 games, earning 12 points, as he helped the Tampa Bay Lightning clinch their first-ever playoff berth.
    More Details Hide Details In six playoff games, Shaw had one assist as the Lightning lost to the Philadelphia Flyers.
    On August 17, 1995, the Bruins traded Shaw to the Tampa Bay Lightning for a third-round draft pick in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 29
    In the lockout-shortened 1994-95 season, Shaw played in 44 games, earning seven points, as the Bruins qualified for the playoffs once again.
    More Details Hide Details In five playoff games, Shaw had an assist.
  • 1993
    Age 28
    Shaw scored one goal and nine assists in 55 games with Boston during 1993-94.
    More Details Hide Details In the playoffs, Shaw scored a goal and two assists in 13 games.
  • 1992
    Age 27
    In 1992-93 with the Boston Bruins, Shaw tied his career high with 77 games, with a career-high 10 goals, helping the Bruins to first place in the Adams Division.
    More Details Hide Details His 24 points was his highest total since earning 32 points in the 1987-88 season. Shaw earned an assist in four playoff games, as Boston was upset by the Buffalo Sabres in the first round of the playoffs.
    The North Stars would trade Shaw to the Boston Bruins on September 2, 1992 for future considerations.
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  • 1991
    Age 26
    Shaw would finish the 1991-92 season with the Minnesota North Stars, earning seven assists in 37 games, helping the team qualify for the playoffs.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw had a good playoff with the team, scoring two goals and four points in seven games as the North Stars lost to the Detroit Red Wings in the first round.
    Shaw began the 1991-92 season with the Rangers, earning an assist in ten games, before being traded to the Edmonton Oilers on November 12, 1991, for Jeff Beukeboom in a trade that completed an October 4, 1991 trade that saw the Rangers send Bernie Nicholls, Steven Rice and Louie DeBrusk to the Oilers for Mark Messier.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw would appear in 12 games with the Edmonton Oilers, scoring a goal and an assist, as well as a -8 rating, before being traded to the Minnesota North Stars for Brian Glynn on January 21, 1992.
  • 1990
    Age 25
    In 1990-91, Shaw played in a career high 77 games, scoring 12 points.
    More Details Hide Details In six playoff games, Shaw had no points.
  • 1989
    Age 24
    Shaw missed the majority of the 1989-90 season due to a shoulder injury in a game against his former team, the Quebec Nordiques, on November 2, 1989.
    More Details Hide Details In 22 games that season, Shaw earned 12 points, and saw no post-season action.
  • 1988
    Age 23
    Shaw was suspended for 12 games after slashing Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the throat during a game on November 3, 1988.
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    In 1988-89, Shaw recorded 17 points in 63 games, with a +14 rating, helping the Rangers make the playoffs.
    More Details Hide Details In four playoff games, Shaw earned two assists.
  • 1987
    Age 22
    In 1987-88, Shaw had a career-high 32 points in 68 games with the Rangers; however, New York failed to qualify for the playoffs.
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    On September 30, 1987, the Nordiques traded Shaw and John Ogrodnick to the New York Rangers for Jeff Jackson and Terry Carkner.
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  • 1986
    Age 21
    In the 1986-87 season, Shaw had 19 points, all assists, in 75 games, as well as a -35 rating.
    More Details Hide Details He would again not see any playoff action.
  • 1985
    Age 20
    In 1985-86, Shaw played his first full season with Quebec, as he had 26 points in 73 games with the Nordiques, with a +14 rating, as Quebec finished in first place in the Adams Division.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw missed the playoffs due to an injury, as the Nordiques were swept in the first round by the Hartford Whalers.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1984
    Age 19
    In 1984-85, Quebec assigned Shaw to the Fredericton Express of the AHL, where he had 13 points in 48 games, earning a promotion to the Nordiques.
    More Details Hide Details Shaw played in 14 games with Quebec, earning no points, and returned to Fredericton, where he had no points in two playoff games.
  • 1983
    Age 18
    Shaw returned for three more games with the Nordiques in 1983-84, however, he once again had no points with the club.
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  • 1982
    Age 17
    Shaw made his professional debut in the 1982-83 season, appearing in two games with the Quebec Nordiques, earning no points.
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    Shaw returned to Kitchener for the 1982-83 season, and had 18 goals and 74 points in 57 games with the Rangers, while adding 12 points in 12 playoff games as Kitchener lost to the Sault Ste.
    More Details Hide Details Marie Greyhounds in the third round of the playoffs. In 1983-84, Shaw scored 14 goals and 48 points in 58 games, adding 13 points in 16 playoff games as Kitchener advanced to the 1984 Memorial Cup. Shaw earned ten points in four games, as Kitchener lost to the Ottawa 67's in the final game.
    He would be drafted by the Quebec Nordiques as the 13th overall pick in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft.
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    He added four points in 15 playoff games as Kitchener advanced to the 1982 Memorial Cup.
    More Details Hide Details In five games in the tournament, Shaw had two assists as Kitchener won the Memorial Cup.
  • 1981
    Age 16
    In his rookie season with the Rangers in 1981-82, Shaw earned 31 points in 68 games.
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    Shaw played his junior hockey with the Kitchener Rangers of the OHL from 1981-1984.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on May 25, 1964.
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