Found September 15, 2012 on
Shane Doan got what he wanted from the start, signing with the only NHL team he's ever known.
In doing so, he may have given the Phoenix Coyotes more than he got from them.
As the NHL heads into what could be a prolonged work stoppage, Doan gave Phoenix a chance to maintain some of the momentum it built during last year's playoff run and the stability to build on what it accomplished over the past three seasons.
With Doan signing a four-year, $21.2 million contract on Friday, the Coyotes keep one of the Phoenix's most popular athletes from leaving. He also deferred a $2 million signing bonus, giving Phoenix a chance to keep the key players it has and lure new ones to the desert.
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Shane Doan has signed a four-year contract to stay with the Phoenix Coyotes.
The Coyotes' captain had been courted by numerous teams since becoming a free agent on July 15, but said all along that he wanted to remain in the desert as long as the team's ownership situation was stable.
Owner-in-waiting Greg Jamison is close to working out a restructured lease agreement with...
Shane Doan could end up spending his entire NHL career with one organization, as the veteran free agent has reportedly inked a new four-year deal to remain with Phoenix. Doan has agreed to a four-year, $21.2 million pact with the Coyotes, according to John Gambadoro of Sports 620 KTAR in Phoenix. TSN's Darren Dreger reports that the deal includes a $2 million bonus, which will...
The Shane Doan situation has finally been resolved. On the eve of the NHL's second lockout in nine years, Doan announced that he will stay with the Coyotes by signing a four-year, $21.2 million contract (The Fourth Period). Doan will also receive a $2 million signing bonus in order to remain with Phoenix.
After all that, Doan sticks with Phoenix. Did it really need to take...
Via RedWingsFeed, I guess we'll finally get the answer as to which team Shane Doan plans on making his home for the next season, whenever it may start. According to Phoenix's Sports 620 KTAR's John Gambadoro, we should expect Mr. Doan to make his decision today:
It is down two - Phoenix and Vancouver. Coyotes Captain Shane Doan will sign a contract deciding...
John Gambadoro at Sports 620 KTAR in Phoenix, Arizona reports that the New York Rangers are out of the Shane Doan sweepstakes and that the Coyotes captain will make a decision on whether he signs with the Phoenix or Vancouver by 5pm today.Gambadoro adds that the hangup with Doan signing with Phoenix is that the City of Glendale has reneged on its original lease agreement deal with...
With an NHL lockout apparently imminent, Shane Doan is expected to announce his free-agent decision either Friday or Saturday.
Sources told FOXSPortsArizona.com last week that Doan has agreed to a deal in principle to stay with the Coyotes, but that is pending the finalizing of the team's sale to prospective owner Greg Jamison. Jamison has yet to complete the purchase; the City...
Shane Doan is staying with the only franchise he's ever known.
FOXSportsArizona.com's Craig Morgan confirmed with a source close to the negotiations that Doan, who has spent his entire career with the Coyotes franchise, has re-signed with the team. A press conference is expected to be held Friday afternoon.
The contract is believed to be a four-year deal worth approximately...
Oh, does this give us the red ass. Th Phoenix Coyotes, a team going through bankruptcy and relocation maelstroms, have signed Shane Doan to a 4-year, $21.2mill contract...with a $2mill signing bonus.
Forgive us if we're wrong (actually we don't give a **** at this point), but don't players still get paid signing bonuses owed to them...
Shane Doan has signed a 4-year $21.2 million contract with $2 million in bonus money to remain with the Phoenix Coyotes.
— John Gambadoro (@Gambo620) September 14, 2012
from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,
On Friday, teams signed players to more than $100-million (U.S.) worth of contract extensions and the mad rush continued on Saturday morning, when the Boston Bruins announced that popular power forward Milan Lucic, a 61-point player last season, had agreed to a three-year extension, worth $18-million.
But the most curious contract...