Milan Hejduk of the Colorado Avalanche captured his first NHL trophy following the 2002-03 season, after he was the only player to reach the 50 goal mark. His 50 goal output, along with 48 assists and 98 points, were all career-highs for the Czech Republic native, earning him a berth on the 2nd All-Star Team. Also the fourth leading point producer in the league, his +52 rating tied with teammate Peter Forsberg for the NHL's best mark. Playing in all 82 of the Avalanche's games, Hejduk also recorded a shooting percentage of 20.5% and tied with Glen Murray of the Boston Bruins for the league lead in even-strength goals at 32. He clinched the scoring title with a late season flourish that included seven goals in the final five games, along with a mid-season seven-game goal scoring streak, the longest in the NHL since 1999. Vancouver's Markus Naslund finished second in league scoring with 48 goals.