Ducks keep Getzlaf in $66 million deal
• The Anaheim Ducks re-signed captain Ryan Getzlaf to an eight-year, $66 million contract that will keeping the playmaking center with his only NHL team through the 2020-21 season. Getzlaf, 27, has 499 points in 534 games with Anaheim, establishing himself as one of the NHL’s top playmakers and the third-leading scorer in Ducks history. He won the Stanley Cup in 2007 and became Anaheim’s captain in 2010.
• The Columbus Blue Jackets placed right wing Derek Dorsett on injured reserve after he broke his collarbone in the first period of Thursday night’s 2-1 overtime win over Vancouver. The club expects Dorsett to miss the rest of the season. Dorsett has 27 goals and 38 assists in 280 career NHL games, all with Columbus. Columbus added center Nick Drazenovic to the roster on emergency recall from their American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Mass
• Right wing Cal Clutterbuck was taken off injured reserve by the Minnesota Wild. Clutterbuck has missed six games with a leg injury from a collision in Edmonton that drew a two-game suspension for Oilers left wing Taylor Hall. Clutterbuck, who has two goals and two assists in 16 games, is expected to play today in Nashville.
U.S women win 5-0 in the Algarve Cup
• Ali Krieger and Whitney Engen scored their first international goals as the U.S. women stayed atop their group with a 5-0 rout of China at the Algarve Cup in Albufeira, Portugal. Christen Press also scored, joining Brandi Chastain, Danielle Fotopoulos and Abby Wambach as the only U.S. players to score four or more goals in their first four appearances. Sydney Leroux also scored for the Americans, who extended their unbeaten streak to 27 games.
• American goalkeeper Hope Solo will be sidelined for three-to-four months following surgery Wednesday to repair torn cartilage in her left wrist.
• Goalkeeper Tim Howard has two broken bones in his back, his English club, Everton, announced, an injury that will almost certainly rule him out of two important World Cup qualifiers for the U.S. national team this month.
• Giampoalo Pazzini scored the opening goal but was among two AC Milan players injured in a 2-0 win at Genoa, just four days before the Italian power’s Champions League match at Barcelona. Pazzini was limping from a bruise below his left knee when he scored in the 22nd minute, and he was replaced two minutes later by Mario Balotelli. Defender Philippe Mexes came off at the start of the second half.
• Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez faces a jail sentence after being arrested on suspicion of driving while disqualified. Cheshire Police said Friday a 29-year-old man was arrested Thursday after he was stopped on a road in Macclesfield, in northern England. He was banned from driving for six months Jan. 16.
Irate husband kills host of TV show
• A northwestern Montana man shot and killed the host of the Sportsman Channel show A Rifleman’s Journal while the TV personality was visiting the shooter’s wife, police said. Wayne Bengston, 41, then beat his wife, took his 2-year-old son to a relative’s house and drove to his home about 25 miles away in West Glacier, where he apparently killed himself, Whitefish police said. Police identified the shooting victim as Gregory G. Rodriguez, 43, of Sugar Land, Texas. Bengston’s wife told police that Rodriguez was in town on business and visiting her at her mother’s house in Whitefish.
• Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins was selected Big East player of the year for the second consecutive season to lead an Irish sweep of the conference’s three major awards. Muffet McGraw was voted the coach of the year and guard Jewell Loyd earned freshman of the year honors.
• Australian rider Richie Porte won the fifth stage of the Paris-Nice race, taking the yellow jersey from Andrew Talansky of the United States. Porte completed the 110-mile trek from Chateauneuf-du-Pape to La Montagne de Lure in 4 hours, 50 minutes, 54 seconds. Talansky was third.
— From wire reports