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Current and former Jets to be on hand as Shane Doan's No. 19 is retired

Shane Doan joined the Arizona Coyotes before they moved to the desert, and over the years experienced the high of reaching the Western Conference finals, the low of being told he was not part of the franchise’s future plans. Doan played all 21 of his NHL seasons with the franchise — joining the Winnipeg Jets in 1995 and following the ...

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Arizona Coyotes to retire Shane Doan's No. 19 next season

In a very unsurprising bit of news, the Arizona Coyotes have plans to retire Shane Doan’s number. Doan’s No. 19 will go up into the rafters at Gila River Arena next year, the team announced on Wednesday. The Coyotes will honor Doan with a ceremony before their game against the <a href="https://www.cbssports.com/nhl/teams/page/WPG/winnipeg… CBSSports.com Headlines

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5 things about Jarome Iginla

[unable to retrieve full-text content] With the Flames great officially hanging up his skates, Rob Pizzo looks at 5 things you may not know about the man they call Iggy. … CBC | NHL News

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Retired Iginla on playing in Calgary: 'It was a true honour'

Jarome Iginla stood at the podium — wearing a dark suit jacket and unbuttoned, white-collared shirt — and spoke about the “many great memories” of playing for the Calgary Flames, joking with ex-teammates and thanking everyone he could think of who played an important role in his 20 NHL seasons. “It’s very humbling to be here,” the 41-year-old said Monday at his ...

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Fresh Canadian crew focused on defending world junior hockey gold

Alex Formenton and Maxime Comtois know what it takes to capture world junior hockey gold and now they’re sharing their wisdom with a whole new squad. Both of the young forwards were part of the Canadian team that captured the championship in Buffalo, N.Y., last January after defeating Sweden. They each keep the championship rings they earned next to their ...

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Vancouver Canucks 'amicably agree to part ways' with president Trevor Linden

The Vancouver Canucks announced Wednesday on Twitter that the team and president Trevor Linden have agreed to “part ways.” In a statement, the team said Linden was leaving to “pursue different endeavours” after four years heading up the team. <a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/Canucks?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>#Canucks</a> and Trevor Linden… CBC | NHL News

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Penguins great Mario Lemieux puts Quebec chateau on the market

For sale: hockey great Mario Lemieux’s massive 50-room Quebec summer home. The price of the six-year-old chateau-style Mont-Tremblant residence: $ 21,999,066, the last few dollars an ode to Lemieux’s famous No. 66 jersey. Realtor Michel Naud said the asking price was strategic as the former Pittsburgh Penguins superstar knew putting the property on the market would garner heavy interest. “He ...

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