Sunday, November 02, 2008

Headlines of November 2008

The weather begins to get colder as the number of sports competing for our attention begin to dwindle, with the October launch out of the way, the serious hockey tracking can begin.

Here are the headlines for the month of November.

Nov 30-- Flames spoil Schneider's NHL debut
Nov 29-- Burke settles into his hockey 'dream job'
Nov 28-- Frost not guilty of sexual exploitation
Nov 27-- Burke in the Bag
Nov 26-- Penguins complete another comeback
Nov 25-- Burke deal almost done
Nov 24-- Trade has Wilson's fingerprints all over it
Nov 23-- Clark could teach Leafs a thing or two
Nov 22-- Canucks beat Pens 3-1 but lose Luongo
Nov 21-- Lightning gets first win for Tocchet
Nov 20-- Demitra sticks it to former club
Nov 19-- Roy comes full circle
Nov 18-- MLSE Board expected to vote on Burke
Nov 17-- Isles solve Luongo in shootout
Nov 16-- All-Star Game’s online ballot-box stuffing an embarrassment
Nov 15-- Canucks hand Leafs another road loss
Nov 14-- Burke gets permission to start talking
Nov 13-- Senators booed off the ice
Nov 12-- Burke available for Leafs -- Will they bite?
Nov 11-- This sounds familiar
Nov 10-- Hall greets class of 2008
Nov 9-- Second Toronto team would be a fat cat
Nov 8-- Van Ryn sent to hospital after 'dirty hit'
Nov 7-- Gillett denies Habs are for sale
Nov 6-- The lifer
Nov 5-- Mason wins in NHL debut
Nov 4-- Brodeur's loss incalculable
Nov 3-- Sabres spoil Weekes' effort
Nov 2-- Injury ends Brodeur's streak
Nov 1-- Leafs explode in third for win

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