Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Headlines of December 2009

December 31-- Canada cuts tension on the ice
December 30-- Yzerman hands team over to the coaches
December 29-- Coyotes win 10th in row at home, over Canucks
December 28-- Gustavsson, Alfredsson make Sweden's Olympic team
December 27-- U.S. shuts out Switzerland in front of biggest crowd to ever watch hockey game in Saskatchewan
December 26-- Canada crushes Latvia 16-0
December 25-- Russia's Olympic hockey squad loaded with offence, but omits Kovalev
December 24-- U.S., Russia And Sweden will be pushing Canada at WJHC
December 23-- Canadiens win third in a row
December 22-- Canadian juniors dominate in win over Finland
December 21-- Brodeur sets NHL shutout record with No. 104
December 20-- Canada slams Sweden in world junior tune-up
December 19-- Senators undress Wild
December 18-- Molson family rekindles love affair with Canadiens
December 17-- Reggie Fleming’s story
December 16-- Canada's lineup has ‘a mix of everything’
December 15-- Crosby wins Lou Marsh Award
December 14-- Cherry lashes out
December 13-- Iginla ready for leadership role
December 12-- Senators' Kovalev scores 400th career goal
December 11-- Ice Edge closer to Coyotes purchase
December 10-- Messier, Gretzky could lure Tavares
December 9-- Seventh NHL team on horizon?
December 8-- Messier to be Canadian GM for worlds: Report
December 7-- Hockey House organizers vow it will be a 'cathedral'
December 6-- Senators owner Melnyk calls out team's stars
December 5-- NHL to consider renaming trophies: Hotstove
December 4-- Lafleur, BĂ©liveau, Roy, Robinson, Dryden honoured in Montreal
December 3-- New deals for ‘Hawks young stars
December 2-- Luongo-Brodeur showdown only matters in Canada
December 1-- Bettman eyes expansion, not relocation

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