Saturday, October 10, 2015

2006-07 Phoenix Coyotes Shane Doan Jersey

Born on this date in 1976, Shane Doan was originally drafted by the franchise in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft with the seventh overall pick when they were still the Winnipeg Jets and he is the last remaining Coyote to have played for the Jets.

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Doan entered the NHL with the Winnipeg Jets

After relocating to Phoenix in time for the 1996-97 season, Doan worked to establish a regular spot in the lineup and, after a stint in the minors in 1997-98, has spent the remainder of his career exclusively with Phoenix in the NHL.

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Doan wearing the Coyotes highly unusual green alternate jersey

Offensively he has become a steady goal producer, having scored at least 20 goals for nine consecutive seasons, with his highest season total being 31, just last year. 2007-08 saw him reach his highest point total with 78 on 28 goals and a career high 50 assists.

Doan was named captain of the Coyotes in 2003-04 and later that season made his first NHL All-Star Game appearance. His second All-Star appearance came in 2009 which was followed by his being named the winner the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 2010 and the Mark Messier Leadership Award in 2012. Doan is still currently the captain for the now renamed Arizona Coyotes, where he holds the franchise record for games played and is second in all-time scoring behind Dale Hawerchuk.

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Doan as captain of the Coyotes

In addition to his play for the Coyotes, Doan has also made a number of appearances for Team Canada, beginning with the 1999 World Championships. Since then he has won three World Championship silver medals in 2005, 2008  and 2009 and a pair of golds in 2003 and then again in 2007 while he was team captain. During the 2007 tournament he would register a hat trick against Belarus in just 6 minutes and 25 seconds.

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Doan captained Canada to gold at the 2007 World Championships

Doan also was a member of Team Canada in the 2004 World Cup of Hockey and has the distinction of scoring the game winning goal versus Finland in the gold medal game.

Today's featured jersey is a 2006-07 Phoenix Coyotes Shane Doan jersey that features the "Decade in the Desert" patch worn to celebrate the Coyotes 10th season in Phoenix after relocating from Winnipeg.

The jerseys are much more simplified than their predecessors and have been said to have drawn their inspiration from the old Soviet National Team jerseys of 1972.

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Bonus jersey: Today's bonus jersey is a 2002-03 Phoenix Coyotes Shane Doan jersey. This jersey was worn during the Los Angeles season opener on October 9, 2002 when the Kings retired Wayne Gretzky's #99 as evidenced by the #99 patch on the upper right chest worn to commemorate the occasion.

This style jersey was worn by the Coyotes beginning with their first season in Phoenix in 1996-97 through 2002-03 and was a polarizing design, as many fans and collectors either embraced the unusual cubist logo, southwestern inspired striping and unique color palette or were as equally repulsed by those same qualities.

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Extra Bonus jersey: Today's extra bonus jersey is a 2005 Canada National Team Shane Doan jersey worn in the 2005 World Championships where the Canadians came home with a silver medal.

This style was first worn by Canada at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City. The 2005 World Championships would be the final appearance for this style, as Nike would introduce it's new Swift design for Canada at the 2006 World Junior Championships.

It would be hard to find a jersey worn for more successes in the history of hockey, as Canada would win gold medals at the 2002 Olympics, the 2003 and 2004 World Championships, the 2004 World Cup of Hockey, the 2005 World Junior Championships, the 2002 Women's Olympics and the 2004 Women's World Championships while wearing this style, and at one point holding the championship in all six categories at the same time! This run of success prompted the Canadians to produce a special version of this jersey with the Hockey Canada maple leaf crest outlined in gold rather than it's original silver color.

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Plenty of video today. First up is a nice tribute to Shane Doan with a lot of goals and some of the rough stuff followed by another very well done tribute which covers more of his international career.

Next is a recent interview with Shane Doan from this summer covering several current topics, including the Coyotes current relocation situation and steroids.

Here is a crazy situation where the Flames have a possible goal scored, but play continues nearly two full minutes until Doan scores for Phoenix, causing the officials to have to go back and check the closest replay call we've ever seen to determine if Calgary's possible goal would negate Doan's! You won't believe how close the call is on the Calgary goal.

Last up today is the announcement of Doan being named the Coyotes captain in 2003 followed by an interview with him after being named captain of Team Canada for the 2007 World Championships.

Ok, ok. One more just because it's his birthday, a humorous TV commercial for a bank featuring Shane.

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