Compiled from wire reports
Schumacher will share doping info
•?Cyclist Stefan Schumacher has acknowledged in an interview with a German magazine that he used banned substances including EPO and human growth hormone.
The 31-year-old German rider was quoted Friday as telling the weekly Der Spiegel that he would be prepared to share what he knows with the World Anti-Doping Agency, the International Cycling Union and others “if that is wanted.”
He said, “In the beginning, I fought an inner battle over the doping substances, but at some point this conflict is gone. Doping becomes an everyday thing, like the plate of pasta after training.”
Schumacher was given a two-year ban after his samples from the 2008 Tour de France showed traces of the blood-boosting hormone CERA.
Oilers send Rieder to Coyotes in trade
•?The Phoenix Coyotes acquired Tobias Rieder from the Edmonton Oilers for fellow junior forward Kale Kessy. Rieder, from Germany, had 27 goals and 29 assists in 52 games this season for the Kitchener Rangers in the Ontario Hockey League. Kessy had 12 goals and 13 assists in 31 games this season for the Kamloops Blazers in the Western Hockey League.
•?The Detroit Red Wings signed former Western Michigan defenseman Dan DeKeyser to a two-year contract Friday. The 23-year-old DeKeyser, from Clay Township, had two goals and 13 assists in 35 games this season for the Broncos and was selected the Central Collegiate Hockey Association’s best defensive defenseman for the second consecutive year. He was a free agent after going undrafted.
Ferrer rallies to top Haas in semifinals
•?No. 3-seeded David Ferrer rallied from a break down in the third set to beat Tommy Haas 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 in the semifinals at the Sony Open in Key Biscayne, Fla. Ferrer, who won the final five games, improved to 25-4 this year and leads the tour in victories. He’s trying to become the first Spaniard to win the men’s championship. Rafael Nadal is a three-time runner-up. Ferrer’s opponent Sunday will be the winner of the semifinal between 2009 champion Andy Murray and Richard Gasquet.
— From wire reports