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|Sakic steps away after 20 years |
|(7/9/09) Stoic Joe Sakic finally cracked, allowing for a rare show of emotion. Delivering a speech that had kept him up most of the night fretting, the longtime Colorado Avalanche captain broke down, his voice betraying him as he stared into a room packed with family, friends and teammates -- even the governor of the state. Sakic officially hung up his skates Thursday, ending his standout 20-year career. Try as he might, he simply couldn't get through his prepared speech without choking up. "So many great memories," Sakic said, fighting back tears. Known for his lethal wrist shot and precision passing, Sakic leaves the game among the NHL's career scoring leaders. He's eighth in points (1,641), 11th in assists (1,016) and 14th in goals (625). Sakic's No. 19 sweater will also be retired, getting raised to the Pepsi Center rafters during a ceremony at the season opener, which is not yet scheduled. It will be just the third sweater retired in the 14-year history of the Avalanche, joining Patrick Roy (33) and Ray Bourque (77). The organization also retired four sweaters when they were the Quebec Nordiques. "It is appropriate and deserving that we launch the season by honoring Joe's accomplishments," Avalanche president Pierre Lacroix said in a statement. "We can't put into words what he meant to this franchise and to our hockey fans."|
|Sakic expected to retire |
|(7/7/09) Joe Sakic, the Colorado Avalanche's longtime captain who led the team to two Stanley Cup titles, will retire Thursday and end his 20-year NHL career, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because Sakic, a 13-time All-Star, will formally announce his decision Thursday in a news conference. Sakic had six seasons where he notched at least 100 points and 14 in which he reached 50 assists -- including a total of 64 three seasons ago.|
|Sakic calls it a season |
|(4/10/09) With his left leg still bothering him, Colorado Avalanche captain Joe Sakic says he won't return this season, leaving his career up in the air. Sakic, who's in his 20th season, says he's still a few weeks away from returning as the strength in his leg hasn't fully returned following January surgery to repair a herniated disk. The Avalanche close out the season Sunday.|
|Sakic unsure if he will play |
|(4/6/09) Colorado captain Joe Sakic took the morning skate Sunday, but isn't sure he'll play again this season after missing all but 15 games because of back and hand injuries.|
Avs say Sakic out at least six weeks with back woes
Colorado Avalanche captain Joe Sakic will be sidelined at least six weeks while receiving treatment for a herniated disc.
Stastny provides two goals, assist as Avs outlast Wild
Paul Stastny had two goals and an assist, and the low-scoring Colorado Avalanche broke out for a 6-5 win over the Minnesota Wild on Monday night.
Week 9 Fantasy Hockey Planner
Between goaltending situations in flux to injuries and line changes, our Michael Hurcomb has plenty to break down in his latest Fantasy Hockey Planner.
Coyotes 2, Avalanche 1
Mikael Tellqvist stopped 37 shots in his second consecutive start and the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Colorado Avalanche 2-1 Friday afternoon.
Week 8 Fantasy Hockey Planner
Plenty going on in the NHL, including a few trade rumors, as owners prepare for Week 8. Our Michael Hurcomb surveys the landscape by examining all 30 teams in his latest Fantasy Planner.