Doan suffered an upper-body injury on Tuesday and was forced from the game. He was able to participate in the morning skate, but did not take part in line rushes and will be held out of the lineup tonight. Henrik Samuelsson has been recalled and will play in Doan’s spot.
Doan (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday; listed as day-to-day.
This doesn’t come as a big surprise considering Doan was listed as doubtful on Wednesday. He will come out of the lineup, but thankfully for the Coyotes, Martin Hanzal is healthy and will replace Doan in the lineup. Monitor his status leading up to Saturday’s game in Minnesota.
Doan (undisclosed) is doubtful to play on Thursday vs. the Flames.
Doan played just 13:31 compared to his 18:30 TOI AVG, so he must have suffered an injury in the late stages of Tuesday’s game vs. San Jose. With Doan likely to come out of the lineup, Martin Hanzal is expected to return.
Doan (illness) is back in the Coyotes lineup tonight as expected.
Doan has missed the last 12 games because of an infection, but will play tonight vs. the Flyers. Doan had been extremely fatigued because of the bacterial infection, so expect them to ease him back into action tonight. Doan has 23 points (12G / 11A) in 27 games.
Doan (illness) had a positive visit with the doctors yesterday and could return to the lineup on Saturday.
Doan has missed the last 12 games because of an infection. It sounds like he will be activated from IR on Saturday and play vs. the Flyers. Doan was on fire before he got sick and has 23 points (12G / 11A) in 27 games.
Doan (illness) is at Coyotes practice for the first time since falling ill.
Doan has missed the last 10 games with a form of Rocky Mountain Fever. His return appears to be on the horizon, which would be huge for the Coyotes. Doan was on-fire before getting sick and has a total of 12 goals and 23 points in 27 games. Consider him questionable for Tuesday.
Shane Doan is receiving antibiotics for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever symptoms and not with the team.
"He’s still our leading goal scorer and we’ve scored only three goals in the last three games," General Manager Don Maloney said. "So, there you go. With Shane, he can play the inside heavy game, and what I’ve found lately is that the majority of chances we’re getting are from the outside. To me that’s where we miss him more than anything on the ice."
Doan, who is on injured reserve with an illness, didn’t accompany the Coyotes for the start of their trip, but it’s possible he could join them at some point.
If he were to meet the team at one of their four stops, Doan could start skating at that time. But, considering he’s remaining in the Valley for now, a return to the ice isn’t imminent. “His weight is pretty the same,” Tippett said. “When you’re sick, you’ve got some fatigue, and that’s going to take a few days to get over. I think that’s the biggest issue right now.”
No word yet if Doan (illness) will make upcoming four-game road trip out East.
"[The Coyotes] are still waiting for test results on Doan, but he was at rink and in a meeting today laughing and joking," Coyotes head coach Dave Tippet said . Doan sounds like he is feeling better and progressing well which is obviously a positive sign for the Coyotes. They will be in Montreal on Tuesday, monitor Doan's status for the trip.
Doan is still "under the weather," Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said. "He's still not going to be available for the foreseeable future."
This is a tough break for the Coyotes captain who was having a great season prior to getting il. Doan had registered 12 goals and 11 assists (23 points) in 27 games. Doan is expected to get further tests because an illness lingering around as long as this one has could be serious.
Doan (illness) will not make the trip to Colorado for Tuesday's game.
Doan did not play on Friday and will sit out at least one more game as he continues to battle an illness. The 37-year-old is having a tremendous start to the season, posting 12 goals and 23 points in 27 games. He could be available back in Phoenix on Thursday vs. the Islanders.
Doan is listed as day-to-day but has a couple of days to recover before the Coyotes next game. Phoenix is off until Tuesday when they take on the Avalanche, monitor Doan's status prior to that contest.