Despite that he's developed into one of the game's best playmakers during his six full NHL seasons. He's scored 20 goals three times, finished in the top three in the League in points twice and was a Hart Trophy finalist last season.
Most of Giroux's success has come because of his elite-level vision and passing skills.
"I love passing," Giroux said. "I love passing way too much to shoot."
But in order to remain among the game's best, and to continue to confound opponents, Giroux has found a different weapon for his arsenal. As much as he might not like it, Giroux is shooting. A lot.
Giroux is tied with Alex Ovechkin for the League lead with 97 shots on goal.