Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Headlines of September 2008

The last of the free agent stragglers begin to sign contracts and the NHL's member clubs prepare to open up training camp for the 2008-09 campaign.

September 30-- Balsillie back in Predators picture
September 29-- Blackhawks place Khabibulin on waivers
September 28-- Same old, same old hapless Maple Leafs
September 27-- Sens leave on winning note
September 26-- Crosby makes impressive return
September 25-- Habs unveil Centennial initiatives
September 24-- Hockey theme song gets new recording
September 23-- Coyotes hire Muckler
September 22-- Sprint Center buzzes for first hockey game
September 21-- Habs look to matured crop of youngsters to take leadership role
September 20-- Stamkos scores in Tampa win
September 19-- Selanne to return to Ducks
September 18-- NHLPA looks to Olympic participation beyond 2010
September 17-- Radulov contract headed for arbitration
September 16-- All quiet on the expansion front
September 15-- Gretzky bows out of top Olympic job
September 14-- NHL, Russia eye Euro cities
September 13-- Islanders name Gallant consultant to GM
September 12-- A new NHL team not in the cards for West: Gretzky
September 11-- Roy to have jersey retired by Canadiens
September 10-- QMJHL cracks down on fighting
September 9-- Burke a better bet to join Leafs than Sundin
September 8-- Judge rejects plea deal for Ducks' owner
September 7--- Legal battle brews over Radulov
September 6-- Sundin NOT down to two teams: agent
September 5-- A few lessons left to teach
September 4-- Sundin won't be rushed into decision
September 3-- Canadiens leaning towards outdoor game at Olympic Stadium
September 2-- Report: Quinn to be named Canadian World Jr. Head Coach
September 1-- Hockey Night theme power play: CBC contest closes with thousands of submissions

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