4:38 AM EDT, Fri April 25, 2014
Mile High Hockey Apr 23, 2014
Hishon will play in Game 4

Hishon will play in Game 4

It's actually happening, folks! Patrick Roy has announced that Joey Hishon will play in Game 4 against the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night. He'll be on the fourth line with Paul Carey Brad Malone and Patrick Bordeleau.* He will also get power play time. His first NHL game is in the playoffs, folks. Let that sink in. #NERVES *Turns out that McLeod was just resting today, so the fourth line in practice was temporary. Hish will certainly get protected, but man, is he going to get frustrated with the lack of finishing power on that line.
Rotoworld Apr 12, 2014

Bordeleau scores in loss - Patrick Bordeleau (W) Colorado Avalanche

Patrick Bordeleau scored a lone goal in Colorado's 5-1 loss to San Jose Friday night.
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Rookie Nathan MacKinnon, enforcer Patrick Bordeleau haven't missed a game

Rookie Nathan MacKinnon, enforcer Patrick Bordeleau haven't missed a game

If a pool existed before the season to name the only Avalanche players to play in all 82 games, Nathan MacKinnon and Patrick Bordeleau probably would have been near the bottom of the list.

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