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Sports Coyotes to retire Shane Doan's No. 19 in February

21:58  01 august  2018
21:58  01 august  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Doan ' s number is the first to ever be retired in Coyotes ' team history, and will be honored with the Winnipeg Jets - who drafted him seventh overall in 1995 - in town for the ceremony. "I am extremely grateful to be the first Coyotes player to have his jersey retired ," said Doan .

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The Arizona Coyotes are set to pay homage to the longest-serving player in the franchise's history, as longtime captain Shane Doan will have his No. 19 raised to the rafters Feb. 24, the team announced on Wednesday.

Doan's number is the first to ever be retired in Coyotes' team history, and will be honored with the Winnipeg Jets - who drafted him seventh overall in 1995 - in town for the ceremony.

"I am extremely grateful to be the first Coyotes player to have his jersey retired," said Doan. "I am so proud to have played my entire career for the Coyotes because loyalty and commitment mean everything to me. I want to thank the entire Coyotes organization for this incredible honor. It means so much to my family and me. I have so many great memories wearing the Coyotes jersey and I look forward to celebrating this special night with friends, family, and all our great Coyotes fans. I can't wait."

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Doan will have his No . 19 retired during a pregame ceremony on Feb. 24 , when the Coyotes face the Winnipeg Jets. He also will join Bobby Hull, Dale Hawerchuk, Thomas Steen, Keith Tkachuk, Jeremy Roenick and Teppo Numminen in the team’ s ring of honor

Doan retired in 2017 after 21 seasons with the organization, doing so leading virtually every major offensive category in the team's record books, including games played (1,540), goals (402), assists (570), points (972), and game-winning goals (69).

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