Sunday, December 02, 2007

Headlines of December

December 31--Canada earns date with the Finns
December 30--Canada remains undefeated at Spengler Cup
December 29--Sweden downs Canada 4-3 at World Juniors
December 28--Poll: Canadians believe NHLers using drugs
December 27--Ottawa's top line red hot
December 26--A bad night for goalies
December 25--Living the Canadian dream
December 24--Crew begins converting Ralph Wilson Stadium for hockey game
December 23--Playtime's over
December 22--Vancouver solves shootout jinx
December 21--Up to the challenge?
December 20--Sens stopped at game number seven
December 19--Simon gets longest suspension in NHL history
December 18--Bruins a bit lacking in home loss to Senators
December 17--Juniors win exhibition opener
December 16--Flames win fifth in a row on road trip
December 15--Leafs lose McCabe for six to eight weeks
December 14--The NHL is drug free, says Chelios
December 13--Pharmacy Tycoon makes new bid for Oilers
December 12--Penguins' Fleury may not return until mid-February
December 11--Veterans Must Lead Habs, Says Beliveau
December 10--All eyes turn to Tavares
December 9--Kiprusoff shines in Flames' win
December 8--All eyes on Crosby as Penguins beat Canucks
December 7--Moore's allegations inaccurate, inflammatory, Vancouver Canucks say
December 6--Antropov leads Leafs' charge
December 5--Ducks get the good news
December 4--Red Wings do their legends proud
December 3--Oilers enjoy more shootout success
December 2--Luongo's shutout streak ends in loss to Wild
December 1--Predators come storming back to beat Habs

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