2008-09: NHL teams could not ignore Tyler Shattock's 30 goals and 39 assists. He showed that he has a heavy shot and can hang with elite defenders. Kamloops threw Shattock on the ice when they needed goals and oftentimes he didn't let them down.
2009-10: Shattock began his fourth junior season with the Kamloops Blazers, scoring 22 goals, 28 assists for 50 points in 42 games. He was traded to Calgary during the season and skated in 30 games for the Hitmen. The winger scored 8 goals, 20 assists for 28 points during the regular season. He added 5 goals and 12 assists for 17 points in 21 playoff games, including 2 goals, 5 assists in 4 Memorial Cup games.
2010-11: Shattock went through the typical growing pains of a first-year pro making the adjustment from major juniors with the AHL's Peoria Rivermen. He skated in 67 games for Peoria; scoring 3 goals with 12 assists and was +4 with 60 PMs. He saw limited ice time in Peoria's four-game playoff series with Houston and had 4 PMs with an even plus/minus.
2011-12: Shattock returned to Peoria for a second AHL season in his second year with the Blues organization. Playing in a lower line role for the Rivermen he scored 7 goals with 8 assists in 65 games and was minus-five with 20 penalty minutes. Peoria missed the AHL playoffs after finishing fourth in the Midwest Division.
2012-13: Shattock played 62 games for St. Louis AHL affiliate Peoria in his third pro season. After opening the season with the ECHL's Evansville Icemen, he returned to skate in a lower line role for Peoria and had 4 goals with 8 assists; finishing -10 with with 23 penalty minutes. The Rivermen missed the AHL playoffs after finishing last in the Midwest Division. In three games with the Icemen in October Shattock scored 3 goals with 2 assists and was +2 with 2 penalty minutes. He was re-signed to a one-year contract by St. Louis in July, 2013.
Shattock, a right winger by trade, can play all three forward positions on the ice. He is very good at getting garbage goals and showed off an impressive shot from the top circle on the power play.
Shattock spent time in the ECHL but was quickly returned to the AHL after a short wake-up call. However, he will need to improve his offensive skills at the AHL level to become a reliable player in the pros.