- Roy Halladay is calling it a career, and he's going out as a Toronto Blue Jay. According to a report from CBS's John Heyman, the Blue Jays will announce a one-day contract with Halladay at the Winter Meetings today so the 36-year-old can retire as a member of the team. Watch the Blue Jays' news conference live on TSN.ca at 12:30pm et/9:30am pt.
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- Mike Santorelli scored two goals and added an assist as the Vancouver Canucks beat the Colorado Avalanche 3-1 in NHL action Sunday night. The Canucks (17-10-5) posted their fifth win in sixth games and moved within a point of the upstart Avs (20-8-0) in the tight Western Conference standings.
- Boston Bruins forward Shawn Thornton and Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal will have hearings with the NHL Department of Player Safety for separate incidents in Saturday's game at TD Garden. Thornton will have an in-person hearing at a date to be determined, while Neal's hearing will be held Monday over the phone.
- Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Tuesday following a hit from behind on Boston Bruins forward Kevan Miller in Sunday night's game. Late in the third period, Phaneuf hit Miller into the boards behind the Bruins net. There was no penalty on the play.
- Retired managers Joe Torre, Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox were unanimously elected to the baseball Hall of Fame by the expansion era committee on Monday. Each of the inductees won more than 2,000 games in managerial careers that spanned more than four decades.
- New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee. An MRI confirmed the damage on Monday, according to NFL.com.
- The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have lost a Canadian staple to their defence. Linebacker Pierre-Luc Labbe has decided to call it a career after six seasons; all with the Blue Bombers.
- The depleted Boston Bruins, in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons the previous night, rallied with three goals in the second period to defeat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 on Sunday. Coming off an ugly, violent Saturday night win over Pittsburgh, the Bruins (20-8-2) were without suspended forward Shawn Thornton and the injured Loui Eriksson and Chris Kelly, among others.
- Rudy Gay is on his way out of Toronto. According to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, the Toronto Raptors have reached an agreement in principle to send the 27-year-old forward to the Sacramento Kings. The Raptors will reportedly receive John Salmons, Greivis Vasquez, Patrick Patterson and Chuck Hayes in return in addition to sending Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray to the Kings.
- Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri said last week that the Raptors would not be caught in no-man's land, and seems to have made a move with an eye towards the future. Numbers Game looks at the Raptors sending Rudy Gay to the Sacramento Kings.
- The defending Brier champions can now add Olympians to their resume. Brad Jacobs and his rink from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario earned a 7-4 victory over John Morris and his foursome from B.C. in the men's final of the Canadian Curling Trials on Sunday. The Jacobs rink will now represent Canada at Sochi 2014 in February.
- The Boston Bruins arrived in Toronto hurting and expecting bad news. "Last night was a tough night, I'll be honest with you," Boston coach Claude Julien said before Sunday night's game in Toronto. "Because we don't like to see what happened. It's unfortunate. The incidents were very unfortunate."
- Patrick Sharp had a goal and two assists, and the Chicago Blackhawks scored a season-high three times on the power play in a 6-2 win over the Florida Panthers on Sunday night. The Blackhawks used their potent offence to win after starting goalie Corey Crawford left in the first period because of a lower-body injury.
- In Sunday's editon of C'Mon Ref, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser looks at Saturday's Bruins-Penguins game, how the referees missed opportunities to settle things down and what it will take to rid the game of future similar incidents.
- On Saturday, it was fitting that Manchester United's most recent dagger into the chest was delivered by Frenchman Yohan Cabaye, a wonderfully gifted central midfielder who put on an outstanding effort for Newcastle at Old Trafford. This is football in todays era. Central midfield is the most important zone on the field. It is time to get to work on a very deep-lying problem.
- Fees, fees, fees. There are far too many of them that we know of and even a few more that we don't know about that are, sneakily, just added to our accounts. If you hate those fees (and who doesn't?) then here are a few ways you can either eliminate them completely or reduce them substantially. Some of the amounts may be small but they add up. By Gina Monaco