Shawn Lalonde

#42D,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 204
Born:
Birth Place: Orleans, Ontario
Draft: 2008 3rd round (68th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Senators' attendance; RIP Bill White; Strome's big night at Memorial Cup (Puck Headlines)
    Puck Daddy

    Senators' attendance; RIP Bill White; Strome's big night at Memorial Cup (Puck Headlines)

    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Look at all that fun P.K. Subban is having. Mike Milbury must be dry heaving.

  • Comcast SportsNet Chicago

    Should Blackhawks' next assistant coach be Joel Quenneville's choice?

    On April 22, Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman vented his frustrations on the teams all-too-abrupt exit from the postseason, adding that he and coach Joel Quenneville, are going to work together to make sure that this never happens again. There will be plenty of decisions for the two to mull between now and September, when the Blackhawks convene for training camp. When it comes to the assistant head coach vacancy, however, that might need to be decided with a more one-sided approach.

  • Blackhawks' John Hayden takes Theo Epstein's remarks at Yale to heart
    Chicago Tribune

    Blackhawks' John Hayden takes Theo Epstein's remarks at Yale to heart

    When he addressed Yale seniors at their annual Class Day on Sunday, Cubs President Theo Epstein stressed the need for the younger generation "to be bold." Seated among the graduates was Blackhawks forward John Hayden, who took Epstein's words to heart and when the opportunity presented itself, the 22-year-old moved like the defense had parted at the blue line, swooped in and buried his shot. The prize was the Cubs hat Epstein had left on the lectern after the 1995 graduate had swapped it for a Yale cap during his speech. After accepting an award given to "the senior man who on the field of play and in life at Yale best represents the highest ideals of American sportsmanship and Yale tradition,"