Blackhawks Player Andrew Shaw Apologizes for Anti-Gay Slur

Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw apologized Wednesday for yelling an anti-gay slur at someone on the ice after he was sent to the penalty box late in Chicago’s Game 4 loss at home to the St. Louis Blues. (April 20)

Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw was suspended for one game and ordered to undergo sensitivity training after uttering an anti-gay slur from the penalty box to someone on the ice in Chicago’s Game 4 loss at home to the St. Louis Blues.

Shaw apparently used two two-syllable “F” words — the adjective F-bomb followed by the word that is being classified as anti-gay and homophobic (and apparently not meaning a discarded cigarette).




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