Sunday, February 01, 2009

Headlines of February 2009

Keeping track of the top stories of hockey on a daily basis.

February 28-- Oilers earn key victory over Wild
February 27-- Schneider lifts Habs
February 26-- Brodeur back with a blank
February 25-- Leafs spoil Tortorella's debut
February 24-- Glendale propping up Coyotes
February 23-- Tortorella takes over
February 22-- Flames take Battle of Alberta
February 21-- Sundin ices Leafs in return
February 20-- Great Unravelling under way in Montreal
February 19-- Canucks too strong for Senators
February 18-- 'Potential investors' interested in buying team: reports
February 17-- Gainey gives Kovalev a rest
February 16-- Canucks take to the road to improve playoff chances
February 15-- Pens fire head coach less than a year after reaching Stanley Cup finals
February 14-- Great One getting great big paycheques
February 13-- Halak carries Canadiens to crucial victory
February 12-- Canucks complete comeback for fourth straight win
February 11-- Bruins turn Boston into a hockey town again
February 10-- Sharks rally to beat Bruins
February 9-- Clemmensen gets first shutout in nearly 5 years
February 8-- Ex-teammates haunt Penguins
February 7-- Shootout victory helps Senators stop the bleeding
February 6-- ‘Practise harder,' Toskala told
February 5-- Ovechkin scores 200th NHL goal
February 4-- No shortage of action off the ice in Nashville
February 3-- Canadiens pour salt on Penguins' woes
February 2-- Senators have new bench boss, same old problems
February 1-- Bruins continue Eastern Conference mastery

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