Puck Headlines: Rest in peace 'Teeder' Kennedy

Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media.

-Former Toronto Maple Leafs captain and Hall of Famer Ted "Teeder" Kennedy passed away at the age of 83 today. Kennedy played 14 years in the NHL and led the Leafs to five Stanley Cup titles. He was the Hart Trophy winner in 1955 and was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966. [Globe & Mail]

-A Winter Classic announcement coming on Monday? What could it be? Ticket information? Alumni Game? Ty Conklin(notes) somehow finding a way to be involved?[NHL]

-The NHL would like to see the Phoenix Coyotes stop using luxurious charter flights for the upcoming season and switch to US Airways. Somebody pass the peanuts. [Wall Street Journal]

-If you missed it earlier this week, the AHL released their 2009-10 schedule. [AHL]

-A gorgeous photo gallery of goalie masks since 1967. [SI]

-Why the Marian Gaborik(notes) signing isn't as bad as it seems. [Blueshirt Banter]

-It's not even my screen so much as it is Roenick. Jeremy Roenick(notes) NHL '94 wallpaper! Thanks to reader Kevin Murphy for passing that along. [NHL94]

-Mitch Albom takes a break from baking cookies for Keebler to discuss octopi secrets on Craig Ferguson. [Puck the Media]

-USA Today reports that at least four NHL teams will sell virtual advertising on their television broadcasts this coming season. [USA Today]

-Terri Frei looks at the impact the 2010 Olympic could have on the '09-10 NHL season. [ESPN]

-Montreal re-signed Matt D'Agostini(notes) to a one-year deal today. [Canadiens]

Finally, courtesy of DayWalk3r, a tribute to Peter Forsberg(notes) who will be making a decision on his future in a month "at the earliest":

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