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Longtime Coyotes captain has started talking to other teams but is still not in any hurry to leave the only franchise he's ever played for
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Injuries wiped out most of 2010-11 and almost all of last season for 33-year-old after he averaged 26 goals from 2006-07 through 2009-10
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He's now 37 and isn't the offensive force he used to be, but the 400-goal scorer is still capable of providing points and leadership
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Feisty fourth-line forward gives everything he's got, will stand up for teammates and even contribute a little bit offensively
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40-year-old forward looking for a new home after dropping from 24 goals in '10-11 to six this past season
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A piece of Shane Doan's heart will always be in Phoenix, but there's no guarantee that's where the whole thing will be next season. According to multiple reports, Doan was in Vancouver visiting with the Canucks on Tuesday. Doan has spent his entire 16-year NHL career with the Coyotes (formerly Jets) organization, but he's a free agent and could elect to sign elsewhere...
The Phoenix Coyotes have been mired in a messy ownership situation for longer than they had expected. Most recently, the NHL was certainly hoping that Greg Jamison could change, if he could come up with enough money to purchase the team from the league.
The fans were hoping for the same, as it may have been their last chance to see Shane Doan continue his 16 year playing...
With Rick Nash in the mix, there appears to be only one more target for the Rangers, and that is Shane Doan. Adding Doan to the club would solidify the Rangers depth at forward, making them true Stanley Cup contenders, and possibly the Cup favorites come October. Since the Phoenix ownership situation is still up in the air, Doan has already begun shopping his services, which included...
(Courtesy: Associated Press)
Buffalo, NY – Over the past few days there has been a lot of speculation that the Buffalo Sabres were one of the few teams scheduled to meet with veteran free agent Shane Doan.
This morning, Sabres general manager Darcy Regier put those rumors to rest, for now. “No, we have not met with him (Doan),” said Regier. “I don’t know whether we will...
Another day. Another chapter to the long and winding Sghane Doan saga.
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, John Gambadoro (@Gambo620) of Arizona Sports , reported that Doan was in Vancouver, meeting with the Canucks brass.
The rumour was later confirmed by Vancouver radio station, CKWX.
BREAKING - Shane Doan sighting in Vancouver. Sources tell CKWX he had meeting with the Canuck...
The Nashville Predators are looking for a top 6 forward in the free agent market and there is one available, if they have the money. Phoenix Coyotes captain, Shane Doan, is an unrestricted free agent and will have to sign with a team sooner rather than later. However, Doan will wait out the news of ownership and it could take a while.Read more after the jump.
Shane Doan has stated...
Shane Doan spoke with Rick Wile of @RadioNLNews in Kamloops, BC.
Steadfastly, Doan said that he still wants to "get something done in Phoenix"
Here's the latest from the "Doant Go Breakin My Heart" group:
Coyotes captain Shane Doan spoke with potential buyer Greg Jamison on Saturday. So what if Doan's agent, Terry...
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@SensKal Where will Doan end up? You think the #Sens are done for the off season?
The Shane Doan saga's a bit odd -- isn't it? Everyone knows that the asking price -- upwards of $30M on a multi-year deal -- is pretty ridiculous, especially considering standard performance regression for a player of his age. Doan's an absolute...
The Vancouver Sun reports that the Vancouver Canucks are interested in Shane Doan but are also considering fellow free agent Jason Arnott if their first option - Doan - doesn't work out.
Shane Doan is the club's top option but if he decides to skate elsewhere, or if he decides to remain in Phoenix, it's believed that Vancouver will look toward veteran Jason Arnott...
He's smitten. There's no denying it.
Have we ever heard and seen Darcy Regier profess this much ooeey, gooey, mooshy emotion about an NHL player that he would love to court to come to Buffalo than Shane Doan?
Hold Public Display Of Affection, Batman!
This is getting pretty interesting, isn't it? The usually reserved, ultra-conservative Regier, who when building...
If reports are to be believed, Shane Doan is currently seeking a four-year contract worth around $30 million if and when he concludes remaining in Phoenix is no longer a desirable scenario. A deal of that magnitude would call for a salary cap expenditure of $7.5 million annually. Doan will be 36 by the start [...]
No wonder Vancouver GM, Mike Gillis, is hard on the back-skate in pursuit of Shane Doan, and Jason Arnott.
News swirled out of VanCity later Thursday that one of the Canucks' go-to, top six forwards will be lost to the team for longer than first expected.
Ryan Kesler may not be available to the Canucks until December 2012. Kesler is recovering from offseason wrist and shoulder...
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Many teams around the league are vying for the services of Shane Doan. The Predators amongst others are rumored to be in the mix, but some teams have graciously bowed out of the Doan sweepstakes (Detroit and Vancouver) citing that Doan wants too much money or too long a contract.
But while 27 other NHL franchises may be weighing up the possibility...
There is no doubt in any Penguins fan’s mind – at least there shouldn’t be – that Shane Doan is the best option for the Pens at this point…hell, anything is better than Tyler Kennedy on Sid’s wing. He’s been getting it done his entire career with the same franchise and he wants to stay in Phoenix, but it looks like Greg Jamison is $20 million short from buying the...
Today marks the beginning of August, which is most often the very worst month of the year for hockey fans. Most of the major transactions, as well as the minor ones, go down in July in the weeks that follow the opening of free agency, and then the fire dies down to a small flame come August. There's an extremely small chance we a see a move of the magnitude or larger than that...