Friday, January 02, 2009

Headlines of January 2009

A brand new year and a new month of headlines to track in hockey.

January 31-- Gilmour night ends with a win
January 30-- Cammalleri finishing what Iginla starts
January 29-- Get-out-of-jail cards all used up
January 28-- Melnyk not prepared to blow up Senators yet
January 27-- End of the line?
January 26-- Playoff hopes high for Canada's Western teams
January 25-- Reading between Bettman's NHL lines
January 24-- Ovechkin, Malkin put feud to rest
January 23-- NHL suspends Lidstrom
January 22-- Crosby out of all-star game
January 21-- Burns faces another fight
January 20-- Mason is first All-Star weekend casualty
January 19-- Sharks call up Lemieux
January 18-- NHLPA declines to reopen contract
January 17-- Coyotes cool off Flames
January 16-- Gretzky: No fighting outside NHL
January 15-- Luongo fails to turn the tide
January 14-- OHL says players must keep helmets on in fights
January 13-- Sens end skid in style
January 12-- Gainey mum on Lecavalier rumours
January 11-- Luongo passes all tests; ready to return
January 10-- New goaltender, same result for Senators
January 9-- Google reveals that Canadians are into hockey, NHL
January 8-- Tavares headed for London
January 7-- Sundin looks to the future
January 6-- An NHL return in Quinn's future, but with who?
January 5-- Canadian juniors capture fifth straight gold
January 4-- Blackhawks end Flames' win streak
January 3-- Eberle's epic goals rescue Canada from the brink
January 2-- Hockey player dies from head injury
January 1-- Wings play spoiler in Classic at Wrigley

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