Found August 31, 2012 on
The Rangers Tribune:
The Shane Doan Saga
What’s the old adage about getting off the pot? Free
agent winger Shane Doan’s camp says they will decide on a team before the
September 15th CBA expiration date. This saga (and it is now
officially a saga) has worn me out to the point where I couldn't care less
where he ends up. I’ve come full circle with how I feel about him joining the
Rangers; I started out thinking he was too old and would take up a spot of a
younger player currently developing or even looking to make the team. Then
thought, well if it’s only for two years and $4.3 million (remember that?) “okay”,
the signing will allow for the younger forwards to work towards increased
playing time, plus Doan will be a great example for a Chris Kreider or a Derek
Stepan. And, not to mention, when his two years are up (and the Rangers have
won back-to-back Stanley Cups) he will go his merry way.
As the first few media-reported deadlines passed
for his decision, I follow...
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As frustrating as it has been to watch for the last two months it appears that veteran Coyotes team Captain Shane Doan will finally, finally decide where he will be playing hockey in 2012 and beyond (assuming any hockey is to be played in 2012 of course). Doan’s agent, Terry Bross, indicated a decision would [...]
from John Kreiser of NHL.com,
Here's a look at 10 of the NHL's all-time best in providing the leadership that got the most out of their teammates:
10. Shane Doan
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from Lisa Halverstadt of the Arizona Republic,
Phoenix Coyotes suitor Greg Jamison says he's ready to move forward with his bid for the team, but now Glendale says it wants to rework its 20-year, $324 million deal with him.
The city was expected to send Jamison an updated draft on Wednesday night.
Glendale officials have repeatedly said that they were waiting...
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From the article:
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