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Today is the Official Joe Sakic Retirement Day…

Bummer…after playing for 20 years, Joe Sakic officially announced his retirement from the sport of hockey. I much as I loathe the Colorado Avalanche (;) ), he was a treasure to watch play. I will miss him.

Here is the news article from the Hockey News:

Avalanche captain Joe Sakic retires from hockey after 20 NHL season

Canadien Press
July 9, 2009

DENVER – One of the greatest players in NHL history has officially called it quits.

Joe Sakic announced Thursday that after 20 seasons in the NHL he’s played his last game. The 40-year-old Colorado Avalanche captain retires as the eighth-leading scorer in league history with 1,641 career points.

“After having the privilege of playing for 20 years, I’m leaving the game of hockey with nothing but great memories and a sense of accomplishment,” said Sakic in a statement.

“The game has given me more than I ever dreamed of, and for that I am truly grateful.”

Sakic led the Avalanche to two Stanley Cup titles (1996, 2001), and captained the team for 16 consecutive seasons, making him the second-longest serving captain in NHL history.

The Burnaby, B.C., native won league M-V-P honours in 2001, and led Team Canada to an Olympic gold medal in 2002.

But injuries over the last two years began to mount, curtailing his playing time.

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