DENVER, CO - APRIL 27: A Colorado Avalanche fan holds a sign reading 'We Love Hejduk' referring to the likelihood that the game would be the last game for veteran Milan Hejduk #23 of the Colorado Avalanche at the Pepsi Center on April 27, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. The Wild beat the Avalanche 3-1 to secure a playoff berth.
I don't want to rush it right now ... It's been a rough year overall for everybody here. After the season, I want to sit back, discuss it with the family, decide what's going to happen.
Adam always played against the top forwards and shut them down ... He played a tough style of hockey that made it difficult to stay healthy.More quotes »
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Game 44 Preview: Minnesota Wild at Colorado Avalanche
Not only is it the last game of the season, but it will most likely be the last NHL game that the Avalanche faithful will be able to cheer on Milan Hejduk. Although he hasn't announced plans to retire, before the season even started Hejduk gave his "C" a from Mile High Hockey Read more »
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07:07 AM ET 04.26 | When the Avalanche play Phoenix Friday night, Milan Hejduk won't be in the lineup. But he will play in Saturday's season finale at the Pepsi Center against Minnesota, in what is expected to be his last game in an Avalanche uniform. He from FanNation Read more »
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News of the Colorado Avalanche - Links from around the NHL - April 25th, 2013
When the Colorado Avalanche play their final game of the season on Saturday at home against the Minnesota Wild, it could also be the final game for Milan Hejduk. Of his career, that is. Hejduk, who signed a one-year extension before this season, has not from Mile High Hockey Read more »
Avs' Milan Hejduk to return against Edmonton Oilers
Milan Hejduk will make his return to the Avalanche lineup Friday night against the Edmonton Oilers. Hejduk has been out since March 30 because of a shoulder injury. Whom he will replace in the Avs lineup hasn't been decided yet by coach Joe Sacco. The Av from Denver Post Read more »