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7. Milan Hejduk

Milan Hejduk was drafted in the 4th Round of the 1994 NHL Draft, but he elected to stay in the Czech League for five years before he would make his NHL debut.  In his second and his third year, he would exceed the 70 Point threshold and helped the Avalanche win the Stanley Cup in 2001.  Hejduk was notably the playoffs leader in Assists that year.

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98. Milan Hejduk

Milan Hejduk played 1,020 Games in the National Hockey League all with the Colorado Avalanche, which is a franchise record.  A solid scorer who accumulated 805 Points, the Czech born star would assist the Avs win the Stanley Cup in 2001.  Two years later Hejduk would have his best individual season where his 50 Goals would be enough to win the Maurice Richard Trophy and was also the league leader in Plus/Minus.  He would also be named a Second Team All Star and finished fourth in Hart Trophy voting.

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