"The Florida Panthers signed 21-year-old prospect Drew Shore to an entry-level contract Monday, three days after Shore's University of Denver team was eliminated in the NCAA hockey tournament. Heralded as one of the top prospects in the Panthers' organization, the American tallied 22 goals and 31 assists in 42 games for Denver in 2011-12. Shore, a second-round pick in 2009, bypassed his senior season and a chance at free agency to sign with the Panthers."According to Western College Hockey & various other outlets, Drew Shore signed a professional contract today with the Florida Panthers of the NHL.
From: Sun Sentinal
Shore scored 50 goals and had 68 assists in three seasons with the Pioneers. He led the team in scoring in both his Sophomore and Junior seasons and anchored a power play unit that improved markedly this season. He scored 12 game winning goals during his career at DU.
Shore's biggest contribution may have been blazing a trail for his brothers at DU. Nick has been a solid contributor in his first two seasons and Quentin will join the team this summer. Youngest brother Baker is waiting in the wings, but hasn't committed to a school yet.