Boston Pride’s Hayley Moore Named AHL’s VP Of Hockey Operations — NESN.com

Sign In Hayley Moore has done a lot for The Boston Pride, and now she will be taking her experience to the American Hockey League. The AHL on Monday announced Moore, the Pride team president, as the league’s next vice president on hockey operations. Chief executive officer Scott Howson was impressed by her “extensive experience,”…

Boston Pride’s Hayley Moore Named AHL’s VP Of Hockey Operations — NESN.com

76ers fined for issues in reporting Ben Simmons’ injury — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Philadelphia ruled out Ben Simmons (knee) and Joel Embiid (back) despite neither injury appearing on the team’s injury report.

76ers fined for issues in reporting Ben Simmons’ injury — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Doug Pederson Firing Might Have Eliminated Option From Patriots’ QB Search — NESN.com

Sign In One NFL quarterback with starting experience might no longer be on the move after some blockbuster news Monday. After firing head coach Doug Pederson, the chances of the Philadelphia Eagles retaining quarterback Carson Wentz have improved, ESPN’s Tim McManus wrote Monday. Wentz was viewed as a potential trade candidate after getting benched for…

Doug Pederson Firing Might Have Eliminated Option From Patriots’ QB Search — NESN.com

NBA calls off 2 more games over COVID-19-related concerns — The Denver Post

The NBA called off two more games because of COVID-related and contact tracing issues on Monday, and a person with knowledge of the situation said the Miami Heat were preparing to be without “at least five” players for the next several days because of possible exposure to the coronavirus.

NBA calls off 2 more games over COVID-19-related concerns — The Denver Post

Monday’s game in Dallas between the Mavericks and the New Orleans Pelicans was postponed by the league, as well as Tuesday’s matchup in Chicago between the Bulls and the Boston Celtics. The league’s general managers were meeting Monday to discuss the league’s current virus situation, with involvement from the National Basketball Players Association. The NBA’s board of governors will meet Tuesday on the topic.

Leafs set roster

MAPLE LEAFS TRIM TRAINING CAMP ROSTER

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Monday that the team has trimmed their training camp roster to 26 players. The Leafs’ current roster includes a total of 15 forwards, eight defencemen and three goaltenders. An updated training camp roster can be found below.

The following players have been loaned to the Toronto Marlies or placed on waivers for the purposes of being loaned to the Marlies: Kenny Agostino, Joey Anderson, Justin Brazeau, Rourke Chartier, Pierre Engvall, Tyler Gaudet, Mac Hollowell, Michael Hutchinson, Teemu Kivihalme, Timothy Liljegren, Martin Marincin, Nic Petan, Calle Rosen and Scott Sabourin.

The Maple Leafs will open their regular season schedule on Wednesday, January 13 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto when they take on the Montreal Canadiens at 7 p.m.

Kevin Durant returns, scores 36, but Thunder beat Nets 129-116 — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 31 points to lead the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Kevin Durant returns, scores 36, but Thunder beat Nets 129-116 — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Same old Browns? Hardly. Cleveland drills Steelers in AFC wild-card game. — The Denver Post

PITTSBURGH — So much for the weight of history. Or practicing. Or having your head coach on the sideline. Or your emotional leader on the field. The Cleveland Browns overcame all of it, dismantling the Pittsburgh Steelers 48-29 in the wild-card round Sunday night. It’s the franchise’s first postseason victory in more than a quarter…

Same old Browns? Hardly. Cleveland drills Steelers in AFC wild-card game. — The Denver Post