Thursday, October 01, 2009

Headlines of October 2009

Tracking the daily headlines for the month of October.

October 31-- Kitchener player hospitalized after hit
October 30-- NHLPA interim leader out
October 29-- Malkin out 2-3 weeks
October 28-- Crosby and Penguins prove too much for Canadiens
October 27-- Maple Leafs' reunion tour rolls on
October 26-- Moyes agrees to sell Coyotes to NHL
October 25-- West suffers from East's hockey whims
October 24-- Canada's new junior hockey jerseys to be green
October 23-- Harper backs NHL growth in Canada
October 22-- Artyukhin suspended for three games
October 21-- Drama set to begin for NHLPA
October 20-- Clouston has Ottawa playing inspired hockey
October 19-- Chelios may still get way with NHLPA
October 18-- Who will get the first win?
October 17-- Kovalev's return haunts Montreal
October 16-- Arena plans: Quebec wants in NHL
October 15-- Moyes proceeds with antitrust suit
October 14-- Theo Fleury finally moving on
October 13-- Floundering Flames edged by Blue Jackets
October 12-- Leafs continue winless ways
October 11-- Book says Oilers nearly swapped cities with Leafs
October 10-- Quebec moves closer to getting NHL team
October 9-- More details of Fleury's troubled past emerge
October 8-- It's Portage and bane as rumours fly again
October 7-- Roy ruling: Court balks at setting precedent
October 6-- Disgruntled Hab reports to AHL club
October 5-- ’Battle of the Blades’ proves popular in NHL
October 4-- Tippett pays instant dividends
October 3-- Khabibulin gaffe gifts Flames victory
October 2-- Sexton joins Panthers as new general manger
October 1-- Avs retire Sakic's No. 19

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