|Apr. 9 12:49 PM PT1:49 PM MT2:49 PM CT3:49 PM ET19:49 GMT3:49 12:49 PM MST2:49 PM EST23:49 UAE15:49 ETNaN:� BRT - Playing in perhaps his final game, Doan assisted on the Coyotes' lone goal in Saturday's season-ending loss to Minnesota.
Analysis: The 40-year-old Doan has yet to say whether he'll return for a 22nd NHL season, though chances are the longtime Coyote isn't part of the rebuilding team's plans in 2017-18. He scored his 400th NHL goal in December, but managed just six in 74 games this season.
|Apr. 5 7:18 AM PT8:18 AM MT9:18 AM CT10:18 AM ET14:18 GMT22:18 7:18 AM MST9:18 AM EST18:18 UAE10:18 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan suffered a lower-body injury Tuesday.
Analysis: With nothing to play for the rest of the week, Doan could be shut down.
|Mar. 17 8:03 AM PT9:03 AM MT10:03 AM CT11:03 AM ET15:03 GMT23:03 8:03 AM MST10:03 AM EST19:03 UAE11:03 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan (lower-body injury) returned Friday against Washington after missing seven games, recording an assist in 12:29 of ice time.
Analysis: Doan has just six goals after scoring 28 last season. He hasn't notched less than 10 goals since his fourth season in 1998-99.
|Mar. 14 8:15 AM PT9:15 AM MT10:15 AM CT11:15 AM ET15:15 GMT23:15 8:15 AM MST10:15 AM EST19:15 UAE11:15 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan didn't play until late in the first period of Monday's win over Colorado after appearing to get shaken up in a collision during warmups with teammate Jakob Chychrun.
Analysis: Doan said he got the wind knocked out of him and was checked for a concussion, then played a season-low 9:48 of ice time. The 40-year-old has played in all 68 of Arizona's games this season but has gone without a point in four straight.
|Mar. 3 7:36 PM PT8:36 PM MT9:36 PM CT10:36 PM ET3:36 GMT11:36 8:36 PM MST10:36 PM EST7:36 UAE (+1)22:36 ETNaN:� BRT - Arizona's 40-year-old captain had his first three-point game of the season and assisted on Jordan Martinook's winning goal as the Coyotes beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-2 on Friday night.
Analysis: He had one point in his previous nine games.
|Feb. 5 1:47 PM PT2:47 PM MT3:47 PM CT4:47 PM ET21:47 GMT5:47 2:47 PM MST4:47 PM EST1:47 UAE (+1)16:47 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan helped the Coyotes to Saturday's 3-2 shootout win at San Jose by scoring his first goal of the calendar year.
Analysis: The 40-year-old entered the matchup with just one goal over his previous 27 games and none since Dec. 23. Doan's name will surely pop up at the upcoming trade deadline, though his value isn't all that high at the moment with just five goals and 17 points through 51 games this season.
|Jan. 20 6:26 AM PT7:26 AM MT8:26 AM CT9:26 AM ET14:26 GMT22:26 7:26 AM MST9:26 AM EST18:26 UAE9:26 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan had two assists Thursday.
Analysis: He has three assists in two games after recording the same amount in his previous 16 contests.
|Jan. 7 8:40 PM PT9:40 PM MT10:40 PM CT11:40 PM ET4:40 GMT12:40 9:40 PM MST11:40 PM EST8:40 UAE23:40 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan was held without a goal for the 16th time in 17 games Saturday against the Islanders.
Analysis: The Coyotes captain was honored in a pregame ceremony for scoring his 400th career goal and for having reached 1,500 career NHL games played, both on Dec. 23. After scoring 28 goals last season for his best total since 2008-09, Doan has found the back of the net just four times in 40 games this season.
|Dec. 4 9:10 AM PT10:10 AM MT11:10 AM CT12:10 PM ET17:10 GMT1:10 10:10 AM MST12:10 PM EST21:10 UAE12:10 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan got his 399th career goal on Saturday for Arizona, which was playing its eighth overtime game in 23 contests. Doan put Arizona ahead 2-1 at 11:04 of the second when he redirected Michael Stone's lobbed shot from just inside the blue line along the right boards.
Analysis: Doan only has three goals and four assists in 23 games.
|Oct. 21 5:49 PM PT6:49 PM MT7:49 PM CT8:49 PM ET0:49 GMT8:49 5:49 PM MST7:49 PM EST4:49 UAE (+1)20:49 ETNaN:� BRT - Doan had an assist Friday.
Analysis: He has a goal and two assists in the first four games of the season.
|Oct. 16 7:30 AM PT8:30 AM MT9:30 AM CT10:30 AM ET14:30 GMT22:30 7:30 AM MST9:30 AM EST18:30 UAE10:30 ET11:30 BRT - Doan got his 21st NHL campaign off to a good start with a power-play goal in the first period of Saturday's win over Philadelphia.
Analysis: The now-40-year-old is still a force in man-advantage situations, as he proved by netting 12 of his 28 goals on the power play during a career renaissance in 2015-16. Expectations should be tempered considering Doan's age, though he's usually been a reliable bet for 20-plus goals.
|July 12 12:51 PM PT1:51 PM MT2:51 PM CT3:51 PM ET19:51 GMT3:51 12:51 PM MST2:51 PM EST23:51 UAE15:51 ET16:51 BRT - Doan has agreed to remain with the Coyotes on a one-year, $2.5 million contract, ArizonaSports.com reported Monday.
Analysis: The 39-year-old veteran forward is returning to the franchise for a 21st season and is the longest serving captain in the NHL at 13 years. Doan has 396 goals and 549 assists in 1,466 career games. Last season, he scored 28 goals - his highest since totaling 31 in the 2008-09 - and registered 19 assists over 72 games.
We had an impromptu visit from Peter King from SI / MMQB to our Fenway Studios and decided to talk some NFL and Patriots with him.
Pete talks with The Senator, Phil Perry about the Patriots trading for Dwayne Allen, ruling out a return to New England for Martellus Bennett. They also talk about the potential future of Patriots backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo and some of the big names in NFL free agency
Pete, Thornton and Price give their final thoughts and predictions for the Super Bowl.
Dale, Holley and Rich Keefe discuss NBA lottery pick Lonzo Ball with his very outspoken father Lavar Ball. The guys touch on the Celtics, his feud with his sons' high school coach, Lonzo being better than Steph Curry and much more.
Kirk, Gerry, and Alex Reimer discuss whether or not Isaiah Thomas will win a title in Boston.
Gerry, Kirk, and Trenni react to the Celtics loss against the Suns.
Joe and Tim talk with Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts after he provided the big hit in the 10th inning driving in 3 runs as the Red Sox beat the Blue Jays 4-1. Mookie talks about playing behind a pitcher like Chris Sale, and the amount of strikeouts from Sale lightens his work in the outfield.
In the final hour Christian talks about the Celtics and their poor performance and how they can not let a player like Rondo beat them. The Aaron Hernandez saga in Christian's opinion is similar to a TV show. In the late night low light a mystic has predicted that WW3 will be starting in a few weeks and Christian wonders how do you become a mystic and can you make a career out of it.
Christian talks about the Patriots visiting the White House and Gronk interrupting Sean Spicer during his press conference. Aaron Hernandez was the big story of the day and alot of people had their theories of what happened and why now. The Bruins lose another close one to the Senators and Christian talks about how the offense needs to perform better because they got a great game from the goalie and defense.
Hour 4. While discussing what kind of music Aaron Hernandez may have liked, the guys realize they hate musicals. Robert Kennedy Jr. has voice spasms. The week ends with a tragedy.
Hour 3. A game by game breakdown of the Patriots schedule. Kirk has the Patriots losing 12 games. There is breaking news that Hernandez left a note for his gay jailhouse lover.
Hour 2. Mut, Gerry, and Kirk compare LeBron to Bird. Is he the second best player of all-time if he wins a fourth title? Headlines with Kirk features sound from “Hot Chocolate.” Rear Admiral broke down the B’s playoff series with Arcand.
HOUR - The last hour of the show was all over the place as the guys did a dry rehearsal of a wacky video they're supposed to record next week. They also look at the biggest games in the NFL next year, and Fauria rips off "Keefer Madness" with his "Fauria Euphoria."
HOUR 3 - The guys get into expectations for the Celtics who are down 2-0 to the Rajon Rondo-less Bulls. They also wonder how much the Celtics are listening to Brad Stevens. Christian is excited for Caitlyn Jenner's nude spread.
HOUR 2 - News breaks that Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely with a fractured thumb. Rondo was dynamite in game 2. The guys discuss whether or not the Celtics now stand a chance.
Last two hours focused on our winter teams as they struggle in their first round match-ups.
Finish out the week on Freestyle Friday talking mostly about the Aaron Hernandez suicide and how it will affect his family in hour #2.
Hour One of freestyle Friday focused mostly on the Celtics and their matchup vs the now Rondo-less Bulls.
Kirk Minihane, Springsteen super fan, is joined by Garry W. Tallent, founding member of the E Street Band. Kirk and Garry talk about what it's like on tour with Bruce, how the band goes about selecting songs for the tour, Garry's projects away from the band, and Garry's upcoming solo tour that will bring him to the New England area.
Kirk Minihane, future radio hall of famer, sits down with current radio hall of famer Howie Carr. Kirk and Howie talk about Howie's latest book Kennedy Babylon. If you like famous people engaging in sex scandals, hard drug taking, and murder this is the podcast for you. Its a fascinating look at Boston's most famous family and the problems that took the family down.
Kirk Minihane, host and overlord of the morning show, brings Gerry Callahan and producers Chris and Ken into the studio to hear his show proposal. Kirk is thinking about making some changes to the morning show and wants to hear his crew's opinion.
Ben sits down with Diego Fagundez to talk about Diego's rise through the ranks of the academy, his accomplishment of reaching 10,000 minutes as a homegrown player, and how he has evolved his game.
Rich and Ben discuss the Celtics poor performances in Games 1 & 2, how we have to change our predictions, Rajon Rondo's thumb injury, and who is to blame for the terrible start to the series.
Ken Laird and Chris Curtis recap the entire week of K&C shows in one mega Friday edition
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Friend of Aaron Hernandez and frequent caller to the K&C show told Kirk and Gerry that the rumors of Aaron Hernandez' homosexuality led to him committing suicide in his jail cell.More from this show
Hour 3. Kirk and Gerry talk about how surprised they were with Isaiah's performance and wonder where Horford disappeared to in the 4th quarter. They are also joined by Michele McPhee author of Maximum Harm to talk about the Boston Marathon bombing and what caused the attacks.More from this show
Michele McPhee joins Kirk, Gerry, and Alex to talk about Hernandez’s suicide and the accusation that she may have contributed to his suicide.More from this show
Hour 1. Gerry and Kirk are live from Washington D.C. The guys react to the Celtics game 2 loss. During the segment, news breaks that Aaron Hernandez has killed himself.More from this show