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January 14, 2017 | 9:23pm ET
Doan will consider waiving no-trade clause
TheFourthPeriod.com

The Arizona Coyotes will be making a number of roster moves this season leading up to the March 1 trade deadline, and one of them could involve captain Shane Doan.

During Saturday night's "Headlines" segment during Hockey Night in Canada's second-intermission broadcast, Elliotte Friedman reported that Doan would be willing to accept a trade if it was to the right Stanley Cup contender.

Doan, 40, has a full no-movement clause and can dictate where he ends up. The San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings are believed to have expressed interest in him at some point this season.

Several contending teams will inquire about Doan's services as the weeks inch closer to the trade deadline.

Doan, who comes with a $3.876 million salary cap hit, has registered four goals and eight assists for 12 points in 41 games with the Coyotes so far this season.

He has spent his entire NHL career with the Winnipeg Jets/Coyotes organization, accumulating 400 goals and 557 assists for 957 points, to date, with 1,335 penalty minutes in 1,507 career regular-season games.

 
 
 

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