Shane Doan's No. 19 is retired: the legend is going home

Shane Doan's No. 19 is retired: the legend is going home

Shane Doan was solemnly retired. One of the most professional and respected captains in the League has defended the honor of the Winnipeg Jets team since 1995.

The player spent 21 seasons in the NHL League and was remembered by the fans as a strong and selfless leader who led his team to the championship. Being on the ice, Shane did everything possible for his team to win . This is a real Legend which will forever remain in the NHL’s Hall of Fame.

Now he will receive an honorary number 19 and join such mastodons as Dale Hawerchuk, Jeremy Roenick, Thomas Steen, and Teppo Numminen . Yes, he was a real embodiment of the franchise. He was at the top of Glory in the NHL for 4 years. According to many people with whom he worked, Shane did for Coyotes more than anyone else did in Arizona.

Having collected all the regalia of merit, the honorable hockey player can go on a well-deserved vacation and enjoy the rays of glory in retirement. For many, Shane Doan will remain a legend that is worthy of mentioning and praising . Teammates thanked the hockey player for his excellent game and endlessly important experience that he shared with each member of the team.

Thanks to the legacy of this great player, the NHL continues to win the hearts of millions of fans around the world.

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