Milan Hejduk

Milan Hejduk

Milan Hejduk Re-Signs with Colorado Avalanche Under One-Year Contract

Posted 05/18/2012 - 19:17 by HockeyPolls

Today, the Colorado Avalanche announced the signing of captain Milan Hejduk to a one-year contract worth $2 million.

Coming off the least productive season since his rookie career, many people thought that Hejduk could be about ready to hang up the skates and call it a career.  

Colorado Avalanche Re-Up Captain Milan Hejduk

Posted 05/18/2012 - 17:59 by HockeyPolls

The captain will be back! After a subpar season that saw Milan Hejduk fail to score 20 goals for the first time in his career since his rookie season and the lowest point production of his entire NHL career, the Avalanche and Hejduk agreed to a one-year, $2 million deal to keep the longtime right winger here in Colorado.

Colorado Avalanche: Milan Hejduk Should Lose Captaincy in Offseason

Posted 03/10/2012 - 18:06 by HockeyPolls

Milan Hejduk has been a fantastic player for the Colorado Avalanche and remains one of the leaders on the team. 

That being said, Hejduk is no longer the best leader on the team, and Colorado should appoint a new captain.

Ryan O'Reilly the Factor in Thrilling Avalanche Win, St. Louis Next

After a pretty evenly matched game in which the Carolina Hurricanes and Colorado Avalanche traded goals into a 3-3 regulation tie, Ryan O'Reilly—nicknamed "Factor"—blasted a shot past goalie Cam Ward to send the Avs to victory with only 1.2 seconds left. O'Reilly had several chances before his game-winning goal, but had a game-high six shots and several quality takeaways.

Colorado Avalanche: 10 Best Players in Franchise History

After a few rough years for a very proud franchise, Avalanche fans are realizing how lucky they were to watch the star-studded teams of the late 1990s and early 2000s play night in and night out.

As we move towards the launch of a new NHL season, here is a look at the top players in the history of the Colorado Avalanche and what they were able to contribute to the team.

Colorado Avalanche Past, Present, and Future: From 2 Stanley Cups To 2nd Pick

The Colorado Avalanche are a much storied franchise. Beginning as the Quebec Nordiques who was the first franchise to record three 1st overall picks in consecutive years, then moving to the Mile High City and capturing two Stanley Cup trophies.

Once we saw the Avalanche lose one of their most iconic sports figures in net to retirement, a Mr. Patrick Roy, the Avalanche never seemed to be the same.

Colorado Avalanche Celebrate Milan Hejduk's 900th Game with a Win

Posted 03/23/2011 - 00:44 by HockeyPolls

It was October 10, 1998.  The Colorado Avalanche started off a new season with more high hopes of winning another Stanley Cup Championship.  While they didn't win one that season, they did get something else pretty spectacular.  That was Milan Hejduk's first career NHL game.

Hejduk didn't wait long to make an impression, tallying a goal and an assist in a 4-3 loss to the Ottawa Senators

Colorado Avalanche: Why Not Trading Liles and Crew Will Help out in the Long Run

Posted 03/03/2011 - 21:03 by HockeyPolls

The trade deadline is always a day that has people holding their breath.  Both players and fans are on the edges of their seats, wondering who is going to be moved and who is going to stay.  This year was no different.

NHL Trade Deadline: Can the Avalanche Help Milan Hejduk and Themselves?

If the Avalanche cannot beat the cellar dwelling Edmonton Oilers then their already dim playoff hopes are essentially dead as we look down the stretch.

This puts the Avalanche in a rather unfamiliar position to be sellers at the deadline in an effort to see if they can find value that will help them look forward to 2011-2012.

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