Pirates’ Brickley, Shaw recalled by NHL club

The Florida Panthers recalled forwards Connor Brickley and Logan Shaw from the Portland Pirates, the NHL team announced Wednesday.

Shaw had seven goals and one assist in 13 games for the Pirates, and Brickley one goal and two assists in six games.

Taking their place on the AHL roster are forwards Garrett Wilson and Rocco Grimaldi, who were both reassigned from Florida.

In earlier stints with Portland this seasons, Wilson collected four assists in seven games and Grimaldi had three assists in five games.


GIRLS’ HOCKEY: Camden Carrier scored the tying goal with 37 seconds left as Falmouth (0-0-2) rallied to a 3-3 tie against Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland (1-0-1) in Auburn.

Abi Lebel had a goal and an assist for Falmouth and Devon Sarazin also scored.

Edward Little got a goal apiece from Madison Simar, Ally MacKenzie and Haley Frohlich.

n Jill Hannigan had two goals and three assists to lead Cheverus/Kennebunk/Old Orchard Beach (2-0) to a 5-0 win over Biddeford (0-2) at Troubh Ice Arena in Portland.

Lilly Wolff, Sophia Pompeo and Caitlin Wolff each added a goal.


FOOTBALL: Baylor will use its third starting quarterback of the season Saturday against No. 15 TCU, with Chris Johnson taking over for the injured Jarrett Stidham.

Coach Art Briles said in a radio interview that Stidham will miss the rest of the regular season but be ready for the No. 7 Bears’ bowl game.

n Prosecutors announced that they decided not to charge anyone following an alleged rape at the home of Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong and receiver Jordan Westerkamp earlier this month.


RETIREMENT: Steven Langton retired from bobsledding, ending his career with two world championship gold medals and two Olympic bronze medals. The Melrose, Massachusetts, native last competed for the U.S. at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.


FIFA INVESTIGATION: The whereabouts of the former president of Chile’s soccer federation has been solved.

Sergio Jadue had been missing since he resigned last week after refusing to answer questions over possible links to the corruption scandal at FIFA. Local media reported he struck a deal with the FBI and that he might be in New York.

But Chilean state TV aired images late Monday of Jadue walking the streets of Miami Beach, Florida. He declined to speak on camera.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored against his former team as host Paris Saint-Germain advanced to the knockout phase with a 5-0 rout of Malmo.

PREMIER LEAGUE: The terror alert in Belgium prompted the league to cancel a youth tournament in Belgium to commemorate the spontaneous match between British and German soldiers during World War I. The annual Truce Tournament was to take place in Ypres from Dec. 10-13 with under-12 teams from England, Belgium, France and Germany.


ANTI-DOPING: Summer sports federations set up a task force to study their anti-doping programs as Olympic officials consider turning over all drug testing to an independent body. The task force will be headed by archery federation president Ugur Erdener.

– From staff and news services

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