MAR 14, 2023 (12:01)
Colorado Avalanche lose forward to season ending injury
Bednar wasn't exactly sure when the injury was sustained, but was certain it happened on a shot at some point.
"It'll be 4-6 weeks. Maybe more. It's a huge loss."
"Good thing is it's his finger. It's his top hand and he can continue to train".
The 27 year old scored twice in the Avalanche's four-goal first period, helping to lead the way to a commanding 8-4 victory.
Lehkonen has scored 20 goals and 49 points in 62 games this season.
WILL THE COLORADO AVALANCHE REPEAT AS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS THIS YEAR?
MARCH 14 202 ANSWERS
|YES, WHEN HEALTHY THEIR THE BEST TEAM||58||28.7 %|
|NO, LEAGUE IS TOO TIGHT AND INJURIES REALLY HURT||144||71.3 %|
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