Birth date 22 Jan 1975 (45 years)
Nationality Canada Canada
Position Right Wing
Team history
Ottawa Senators 2007 - present
Boston Bruins 2006 - 2007
Calgary Flames 2002 - 2006
Pittsburgh Penguins 2001 - 2003
Atlanta Thrashers 1999 - 2002
Colorado Avalanche 1997 - 2000
Colorado Avalanche 1997 - 2000
San Jose Sharks 1994 - 1998

Shean Donovan is a Canadian winger on the Ottawa Senators.

Donovan was drafted 28th overall by San Jose in 1993, and spent 4 seasons with the Sharks before being traded to Colorado in 1997. He was traded to Atlanta in 1999, where he spent 3 more seasons before being picked up by Pittsburgh. He was traded to Calgary in 2003, where he had his best season in ’03-04, scoring a career high 18 goals and 42 points. He returned to Calgary after the lockout, but only for one more season, after which he was signed by Boston. He was traded to Ottawa in 2007, and played in every game for the Senators in 2007-08.

Donovan played for Team Canada at the ’95 and ’97 World Juniors, winning two gold medals.