Shane Doan
Shane Doan
Coyotes - Right Wing
NUMBER: 19
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
WEIGHT: 223
SHOOTS: Right
BIRTHDATE: 10/10/1976
AGE: 37
BIRTHPLACE: Halkirk, AB, CAN
DRAFTED: WIN: 1995-7 overall
Memorial Cup All-Star Team (1995) Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy (Memorial Cup - MVP) (1995) King Clancy Memorial Trophy (2010) Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award (2012) Played in NHL All-Star Game (2004, 2009) Transferred to Phoenix after Winnipeg franchise relocated, July 1, 1996.
2012-13 Highlights
Ranked third on the team in scoring with 13-14-27 in 48 games with a plus-6 rating and 37 PIM...Served as team captain for the ninth consecutive season...Tied for first on the team in goals (13), led the team in hits (118), ranked second in shots (129) and fourth in takeaways (23)...Had six multi-point games...Notched two assists vs. SJS, Apr. 24...Posted 1-1-2 vs. COL, Apr. 6...Scored the GWG vs. DET, Apr. 4...Scored two goals at LAK, Mar. 19...Collected 1-1-2 vs. LAK, Mar. 12... Scored a goal in three straight games from Mar. 7-12...Scored a goal and recorded his 800th career NHL point vs. ANA, Mar. 4...Notched a goal Feb. 28 vs. MIN...Registered 2-1-3 with the GWG in OT at COL, Feb. 11...Scored a goal vs. LAK, Jan. 26...Collected 1-1-2 and played in his 1,200th career NHL game vs. CHI, Jan. 20.

2011-12 Highlights
In his eighth season as team captain, led PHX to its first Pacific Division title in franchise history and finished third on the team in scoring with 22-28-50 in 79 games…Recorded his ninth-straight 50-point campaign…Won the 2011-12 Mark Messier Leadership Award…Led Coyotes’ forwards in TOI/game (19:36) and the team in takeaways (48)…Ranked second on the team in hits (205), shots (226) and game-winning goals (5)…Finished third on the team in power-play points (14), power-play goals (5) and power-play assists (9)…Had 12 multi-point games…Scored 20 or more goals for the 10th time in the past 11 seasons…Scored a goal and had an assist at VAN, Mar. 14…Scored a goal in three straight games Feb. 21-25 (4-0-4)…Recorded the OT GWG vs. CGY, Feb. 9…Posted his 39th career two-goal game and had the GWG vs. COL, Jan. 16…Recorded his first NHL hat trick and had the GWG vs. NYI, Jan. 7…Secured the feat with 0.1 seconds remaining in the game on an empty-net goal…Scored the GWG vs. EDM, Dec. 15…Scored the GWG and had an assist at CHI, Nov. 29…Began the season with a four-game point streak (3-4-7) that included three multi-point games…2012 Playoffs: Finished second on the team in playoff scoring with 5-4-9…Led the team in hits (79), shots (47), takeaways (13) and penalty minutes (41)…Ranked first among Coyotes’ forwards in TOI/game (20:47) and tied for first on the team in GWGS (2)…Had two goals and an assist in five games of the WCF against LAK…Scored a pair of goals, including the GWG, at LAK in Game 4 of the WCF, May 20…Registered 2-2-4 in all five games of the WCSF against NSH…Scored the GWG in Game 4 at NSH, May 4…Recorded 1-1-2 in Game 2 vs. NSH, Apr. 29…Recorded 1-1-2 in all six games of the WCQF against CHI…Registered 31 hits during the WCQF and averaged 22:38 in TOI/game.  

2010-11 Highlights
Led the team in scoring (20-40-60), goals (20), PPGS (11), GWGS (6), and hits (172)…Second on the team in assists (40) and shots (221)…Third on the team in power-play assists (10), power-play points (21) and penalty minutes (67)…Finalist for 2010-11 Mark Messier Leadership Award…Recorded his eighth-straight 50-point campaign…Had 13 multi-point games…Posted 1-1-2 vs. SJS, Apr. 8…Posted 1-1-2 at VAN, Mar. 18…Notched 1-2-3 at ANA, Mar. 13…Recorded a seven-game point streak from Mar. 5-18 (4-6-10)…Played in his 1,100 NHL game Feb. 25 at CBJ…New franchise all-time games played leader (1,099) at TBL, Feb. 23…Scored a goal in three straight games from Feb. 17-22…Had a season-high eight-game point streak (6-7-13) from Dec. 23 to Jan. 6…Named NHL’s Second Star of the Week (Jan. 2)…Collected 0-3-3 vs. ANA, Nov. 27…Recorded season-high eight SOG vs. ANA, Nov. 27…Missed seven games with a lower-body injury (Nov. 6-21)…Suspended three games (Oct. 21-25)…2011 Playoffs: Tied for the team lead in playoff scoring with 3-2-5 in four games vs. DET in WCQF…Led the team in goals and power-play goals (2)…Led all Coyotes’ forwards in TOI/game (21:42)…Scored a goal in Game 4 of the WCQF vs. DET, Apr. 20…Netted two goals and had an assist in Game 2 of the WCQF at DET, Apr. 16.

2009-10 Highlights
In his sixth season as team captain, finished with 18-37-55 in 82 games to rank second on the team in scoring…Played in all 82 games for the second straight season (one of four Coyotes to play all 82 games in 09-10)…Registered his seventh consecutive 50-point campaign…Received the 2009-10 King Clancy Memorial Trophy…Also a finalist for the 2009-10 Mark Messier Leadership Award…Recorded his 400th career NHL assist vs. CHI, Mar. 20…Collected an assist in three straight games (all wins) from Mar. 13-16…Named NHL’s First Star for week ending Jan. 31 (3-6-9 in 4 GP)…Compiled a four-game point streak (3-6-9) from Jan. 26-31…Recorded the OT GWG (eighth of his career) and three assists for a season-high four points at DET, Jan. 26…Collected three assists in 4-2 win vs. NSH, Jan. 21…Scored two goals, including his seventh career OT goal (franchise record), in 5-4 win at EDM, Jan. 5…Collected 1-2-3, including the GWG, in win vs. CBJ, Dec. 21…Played his 1,000th career NHL game on Dec. 17 at CBJ, becoming second player in franchise history (Teppo Numminen) to reach the milestone…Became the 42nd player in NHL history to play 1,000 games with one franchise and the 24th player to do it with the team that drafted him…Scored his 265th career goal, the OT GWG at ANA on Nov. 29, to move into third place on the franchise’s all-time goals list…Collected three assists vs. BOS, Oct. 17…2010 Playoffs: Recorded 1-1-2 while appearing in three playoff games for the Coyotes…Sustained an injury in Game 3 at DET and missed the remainder of the postseason.

2008-09 Highlights
Played in all 82 games for the third time in his career and first time since 2005-06…Recorded 31-42-73 and 72 penalty minutes to lead the team in scoring for the fifth consecutive season while also serving as team captain for fifth straight year…Set a career high with 31 goals…Led the team in goals, assists, points, power-play goals (10), power-play assists (15), power-play points (25), shots (230), hits (188), takeaways (48) and tied for the team lead in game-winning goals (4)…Selected to his second career NHL All-Star Game…Received the Coyotes team awards for MVP, Leading Scorer, Three-Stars, and the Beth Champie Memorial Award from the Coyotes Booster Club…Registered back-to-back 70-point seasons for the first time in his career…Joined Dale Hawerchuk and Keith Tkachuk as the only players in team history to record nine consecutive 20-goal seasons…Finished with 19 multi-point games and five two-goal games…Scored his 31st goal of the season to establish new career high at LAK, Apr. 4…Had a four-game point streak (3-2-5) from Mar. 30-Apr. 4…Named NHL’s Third Star of the Week for week ending Mar. 22 (3-4-7 in 4 GP)…Registered a season-high four points on a goal and three assists – including the GWG at 19:33 of the third period – in a 4-3 win vs. SJS, Mar. 17…Played in his 951st career NHL game to move into second place on franchise all-time games played list at NJD, Mar. 12…Had a season-high 25:36 TOI vs. EDM, Feb. 16…Collected his 600th career NHL point with a goal vs. CAR, Feb. 7…Recorded a goal and an assist for the Western Conference at the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal, Jan. 25…Won the Elimination Shoot Out at the 2009 Honda NHL SuperSkills Competition in Montreal, Jan. 24…Collected six assists in a four-game span from Jan. 8-15…Compiled a four-game point streak (2-4-6) from Dec. 20-26…Recorded the GWG and an assist in 2-1 win at LAK, Dec. 26…Played in his 900th career NHL game vs. CHI, Nov. 18…Registered 2-1-3 in win at CBJ, Nov. 12…Had a four-game point streak (3-5-8) from Oct. 25-Nov. 4…Recorded two goals and an assist while becoming the franchise’s all-time leader in GWG in 4-1 win vs. PIT, Oct. 30.

2007-08 Highlights
Appeared in 80 games for the Coyotes, recording 28-50-78 and 59 penalty minutes…Led the team in goals (28), assists (50), points (78), PPG (9) and ranked tied for first on the team in power-play points (27) and GWGS (5)…Established new career highs in points (78) and assists (50)…Led the team in scoring for the fourth consecutive season…Selected as Team MVP, won Leading Scorer Award and chosen by fans as the team’s Hardest Working Player…Led all Coyotes’ forwards in TOI/game (20:45) and hits (158)…Ranked tied for second in the NHL in shorthanded points (9) and 20th in overall points (78)…Finished with 16 multi-point games…Collected a SHG and an assist vs. SJS, Mar. 25…Registered a goal and two assists vs. LAK, Mar. 20…Had a goal and two assists at EDM, Mar. 18…Tallied the GWG at DAL, Mar. 5 to tie Keith Tkachuck’s franchise record of 40 career GWGS…Scored his 20th goal of the season on vs. CGY, Mar. 1, giving him eight consecutive 20-goal campaigns…Scored a goal and added two assists vs. DAL, Feb. 14…Assisted on OT GWG at COL, Feb. 4…Recorded 7-12-19 in 13 games during January, the third-highest point total in the NHL for the month…Recorded a point in 13 straight games (7-13-20) from Dec. 31 to Jan. 29; officially listed as a career high 11-game point streak (6-9-15) as he missed the team’s Jan. 3 game due to injury…Notched the GWG and an assist vs. BUF, Jan. 21…Recorded a season-high 28:47 TOI vs. CBJ, Jan. 17…Tallied two goals and an assist vs. SJS, Jan. 15…Recorded his 300th career assist vs. VAN, Jan. 11…Collected a goal, the game winner and three assists at COL, Jan. 2…Registered his 500th career NHL point with an assist vs. MIN, Dec. 27…Netted the shootout-deciding goal at ANA, Nov. 23…Scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win at LAK, Nov. 17…Scored his fifth career OT goal and had an assist at ANA, Nov. 7…Scored his 200th career NHL goal and added two assists vs. DAL, Oct. 27.

2006-07 Highlights
Led the Coyotes in scoring for third consecutive season with 27-28-55…Led the team in goals (27), assists (28), points (55), PPGS (11), power-play assists (12), power-play points (23), GWGs (7), OT goals (1), shots (209), shooting percentage (12.9%), hits (156) and takeaways (44)…Ranked first among Coyotes’ forwards in average TOI/game (20:26)…Ranked tied for 13th in NHL in GWGS (7)…Ranked fifth on the team in penalty minutes (73)…Selected by Coyotes traveling media as team MVP…Also won the team’s Applebee’s 3-Star Award and Coyotes Leading Scorer Award…Recorded 21-22-43 over last 47 games of the season…Reached 20-goal mark for seventh straight season and 50-point mark for sixth time in last seven seasons…Finished with 11 multi-point games, three multi-goal games and four multi-assist games…Tied his career -high by scoring his seventh GWG of the season on vs. LAK, Apr. 5…Recorded his 26th assist of the season vs. SJS, Mar. 30 to pass Paul MacLean for fifth place on the franchise’s all-time list…Played in his 800th career NHL game, Apr. 3…Put together a four-game point streak (2-2-4), Mar. 17-22…Recorded a career high seven-game point streak (5-5-10) from Feb. 22 to Mar. 8…Had three multi-point games during that stretch…Also scored goals in a career-best four straight games from Mar. 1-8… Scored his 18th goal of the season to give him 190 goals for his career, passing Doug Smail for fifth place on the franchise’s all-time list, at CBJ, Feb. 6…Scored two goals, including the GWG, at DAL, Jan. 9 to give him 33 GWGs for his career, moving him past Jeremy Roenick and into second place on the franchise’s all-time list…Notched two goals in a 5-4 OT win at ATL, Jan. 5…Registered eight points (3-5-8) in a three-game span from Dec. 28 to Jan. 1…Had five points (1-4-5) vs. SJS to tie his career high in assists and points in a single game, Dec. 30…Missed six games due to an injury, Nov. 9-19…Missed three games due to injury, Oct. 26-Nov. 3…Recorded his 200th career NHL assist at EDM, Oct. 23…Picked up three points on a goal and two assists vs. NYI on Opening Night, Oct. 5.

2005-06 Highlights
In his 10th NHL season, ranked tied for first on the Coyotes in goals (30), third in assists (36), first in points (66), first in GWGS (7), first in PPGS (17), first in PPA (24) and PP points (41), first in shots (254), first in penalty minutes (123) and first in hits (164)…Led Coyotes’ forwards in TOI/game (19:07)…Established career highs for goals (30), PPGS (17), PPAS (24), power-play points (41), GWGS (7) and penalty minutes (123)…Tied career highs for games played (82) and shots (254)…Played in all 82 games in season for second time in career – one of three Coyotes to play in all 82 games…Finished season with 18 multi-point games, four multi-goal games and six multi-assist games…Recorded 13-12-25 in final 23 games after Olympic Break…Scored 30th goal of season in finale in 3-0 win at STL, Apr. 16…Registered goal and assist in 5-3 win vs. NSH, Mar. 28 (His goal moved him ahead of Morris Lukowich into sixth place on Coyotes’ franchise goal-scoring list at 169)…Registered GWGs in back-to-back games at CHI and at CBJ on Mar. 19 and 21…Played in 714th career game with Coyotes/Jets to pass Dale Hawerchuk and move into third place on franchise’s games played list and scored goal in 6-2 win at LAK, Mar. 14…Compiled career high six-game point streak (5-6-11), Feb. 12-Mar.11…Posted 2-2-4 in 6-2 win vs. DAL, Mar. 2…Registered Coyotes’ season-high and tied career high with 10 shots vs. DAL, Feb. 9…Played in 700th NHL game vs. SJS, Jan. 28…Collected three assists in 6-5 win vs. LAK, Dec. 29…Scored two goals, including 150th NHL goal, at COL, Dec. 26…Scored 147th career goal with Coyotes/Jets to tie Teemu Selanne for eighth on franchise goal scoring list at CHI, Nov. 6…Scored PPG and assisted on GWG in 4-3 OT win at EDM, Oct. 18.

2003-04 Highlights
Had a breakout year, setting career highs in goals (27), assists (41), points (68), PPGS (9), SHGS (2), shots (254) and TOI/game (21:45)…Selected to play in his first NHL All-Star Game…Ranked tied for 22nd in NHL in points and tied for 24th in assists…Finished fourth in NHL in TOI/game among forwards; first among right wings…Ranked 14th in NHL in shots…Finished tied for 21st in NHL in power-play assists (18) and power-play points (9-18-27)…Led team in goals, assists, points, power-play points and shots; tied for first in shorthanded points (2-1-3); second in SHGS, PPGS and power-play assists…Led all forwards in TOI/game; third on team overall…Had 18 multi-point games and five three-point games…Reached 20-goal plateau for fifth straight season…Entered season with two career SHGS, then scored SHGS in back-to-back games (Dec. 18 at LAK, Dec. 20 at STL)…Won three Coyotes’ end of season awards: Team MVP, 3-Stars Award and Co-Man of the Year…Won Coyotes Player of the Month four times (Oct., Dec., Feb., Mar.)…One of two Western Conference All-Stars to score a goal in NHL All-Star Game, Feb. 8…Recorded 200th NHL assist (0-3-3) vs. FLA, Feb. 4…Tied career high with three-game goal streak (3-2-5), Dec. 18-22…Played his 600th NHL game at LAK, Dec. 18…Had a five-game point streak (2-6-8) from Nov. 24 to Dec. 4…Collected his 300th NHL point (2-1-3) vs. STL, Nov. 19…Had three four-game point streaks.

2002-03 Highlights
Ranked second on Coyotes in assists (37) and points (58); third in goals (21)…Set career high in games (82); one of only three Coyotes to play in every game…Led team in shots…Ranked first on team in power-play points (7-13-20) and second in PPAS…100th NHL goal vs. MIN, Nov. 7…500th NHL Game vs. NSH, Nov. 3.

2001-02 Highlights
Ranked sixth in NHL in hits (second among forwards)…For third consecutive season, recorded at least 200 hits and 200 shots; only NHL player to achieve feat in ‘01-02…Led team in shots and hits...Ranked third on team in points…Tied for second on the team in games (81)…Tied franchise single-game high with 10 hits at LAK, Feb. 13…200th NHL point (2-2-4) vs. NYR, Dec. 31…Missed one game due to injury…2002 Playoffs: In five games, led Coyotes in points (2-2-4) and hits (29); tied for first in goals…Had 23 hits in last three games of SJS series.

2000-01 Highlights
Ranked second on team in goals (26), assists (37), points (63) and GWGS (6)…Led team in hits (206) and shots (220)…One of only four NHL players with at least 200 hits and 200 shots…Tied for 10th in NHL in hits among forwards…Second on team in PP points (6-17-23) and PP assists…400th NHL game vs. NYI, Mar. 25…Set career highs for assists and points in a game with 1-4-5 (100th NHL assist) vs. EDM, Mar. 24…Career high five-game point streak (2-3-5) from Jan. 12-19…Missed six games with an injury…Won Coyotes hardest shot contest (96.8 mph) at Superskills Challenge, Dec. 7.

1999-2000 Highlights
Established new career highs with 26-25-51 in 81 games…Led team in shots (221) and hits (225)…One of only three players in NHL with at least 200 hits and 200 shots…Ranked 15th in NHL in hits (second among forwards)…Ranked second on team in points and goals…100th NHL point (assist) vs. DAL, Mar. 3…Tied single-game franchise record with 10 hits vs. COL, Mar. 23…300th NHL game vs. DET, Jan. 31…2000 Playoffs: Ranked second on team in points with 1-2-3 in series vs. COL…Led team in playoff hits (20)…Missed Game 5 with an injury…Had team-high 11 hits at COL, Apr. 15…Had two assists and three points at COL, Apr. 13.

1998-99 Highlights
Posted 6-16-22 in 79 games...Missed two games due to injury…200th NHL game vs. LAK, Dec. 28…1999 Playoffs: Tied for second on team in goals (2) and points (4)…Led team in playoff GWGS (2)…Tallied 1-1-2 (GWG) for second straight game vs. STL, Apr. 25…Scored GWG at 8:58 of OT (1-1-2) vs. STL, Apr. 24.

1997-98 Highlights
Recorded 5-6-11 in 33 games with the Coyotes…Split season between Phoenix and Springfield (AHL)…Tied for fourth on Coyotes in GWGS…1998 Playoffs: Scored first NHL playoff goal in Game 4 vs. DET, Apr. 28.

1996-97 Highlights
Recorded 4-8-12 in 63 games with PHX…Missed 12 games with injuries.

1995-96 Highlights
Named Jets’ Rookie-of-the-Year.

1994-95 Highlights
In final season with Kamloops (WHL), had an 18-game point streak (third longest in WHL in ‘94-95)…Finished third on team in points and 16th in WHL…Helped Kamloops win 1995 Memorial Cup for second consecutive season…Won Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy as MVP in ‘94-95 Memorial Cup…Selected to Memorial Cup All-Star Team.

1993-94 Highlights
Part of Kamloops’ 1994 Memorial Cup winning team, but did not play in any playoff games.

International Career
2009: For the third straight year, served as team captain for Canada at the IIHF World Championship in Switzerland…Helped lead Canada to the silver medal for second consecutive year…Recorded 1-6-7 and 14 penalty minutes in nine games…2008: Served as team captain for Canada at the IIHF World Championship in Halifax and Quebec City for the second consecutive year…Recorded 2-4-6 in nine games to help lead Canada to the silver medal…2007: Led Team Canada to a gold medal at the IIHF World Championship in Moscow while serving as team captain and posted 5-5-10 in nine games…Notched a hat trick in 6-3 win over Belarus…Ranked tied for third on Team Canada in points and tied for 11th in tournament scoring…2006: Tallied 2-1-3 and plus-3 in six games for Team Canada at Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy – his first Olympics…2005: Won silver medal as alternate captain with Team Canada at IIHF World Championship in Austria, registering 1-3-4 in nine games…2004: Scored the game-winning goal in 3-2 victory over Finland at the Final of the World Cup of Hockey in Toronto to capture tournament for Team Canada…Named to Canada’s IIHF World Championship team, but did not play due to injury…2003: Helped lead Canada to gold medal at IIHF World Championship in Finland, collecting 4-2-6 in nine games…Ranked tied for fifth in team scoring…Ranked tied for 15th in tournament goal scoring and tied for fifth in PPGS (3)…Scored GTG in third period of final game against Sweden to force OT…1999: Represented Team Canada at IIHF World Championship in Norway (4 GP)…1995: Invited to attend Team Canada’s evaluation camp for IIHF World Junior Championship.

Personal
Nicknamed “Doaner”…While growing up, tried to emulate the style of Cam Neely…His favorite hockey players while growing up were Paul Coffey and Wayne Gretzky…Inspired to play hockey by his father Bernie, who was drafted by St. Louis (80th overall) in the 1971 NHL Entry Draft…His sister Leighann played basketball professionally in Europe following her time with the Canadian National Women’s Basketball Team…Leighann was named Canada’s 2001 Female Athlete of the Year (led nation in scoring and rebounds) and carried the torch for Canada at World University Games in Beijing…His cousin Catriona LeMay Doan won a gold medal in women’s speed skating at 2002 Olympics and was inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in 2005, and was also one of four people to light the torch at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver…Is a big fan of U2, Creed and Garth Brooks…Played junior hockey with Jarome Iginla…Enjoys golf and riding horses…Owns 25 mares and three studs and has close to 100 horses…His first job was working on his family’s ranch and taking trail rides…Favorite TV shows are “Leverage” and “Mantracker”…Doan and his brother Brook survived a manhunt on the Reality TV show “Mantracker” in Season 6 on an episode that first aired on April 17, 2011…Is one of most active Coyotes in the community…Works with many organizations including United Blood Services (sponsors “Doaner Night” at Coyotes home games), Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Phoenix Rescue Mission…Runner-up for 2004 NHL Foundation Player Award given for outstanding community service (Iginla winner)…Earned the Coyotes Co-Man of the Year Award in 2004…Won the 2010 King Clancy Trophy and was a finalist for the 2010 and 2011 Mark Messier Leadership Award…Won the Mark Messier Leadership Award in 2012…Spends his off-seasons in Kamloops, British Columbia with his wife Andrea, sons Joshua and Carson and daughters Gracie and Karys.