Compiled from wire reports

HOCKEY

Blue Jackets’ Dubinsky suspended for cross check

•?The NHL suspended Columbus Blue Jackets center Brandon Dubinsky for one game for cross-checking Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby Friday night.

He sat out the Blue Jackets’ game in St. Louis Saturday.

Dubinsky dropped Crosby by driving the shaft of his stick into the back of Crosby’s neck with 80 seconds left in the second period of the Blue Jackets’ 2-1 overtime victory against the Penguins at Nationwide Arena Friday night.

When Crosby was down on all fours, Dubinsky broke his stick with a cross check to Crosby’s lower back.

Crosby missed the rest of the period and underwent the NHL’s concussion protocol, but was cleared to return for the third period.

In a video announcing its ruling, the league’s Department of Player Safety said Dubinsky’s cross-check was “not overly violent or forceful.”

Dubinsky, who has had more than a few run-ins with Crosby during his time with Columbus and the New York Rangers, was assessed only a minor penalty at the time, and insisted after the game that he was not looking to hurt Crosby.

“I’m not out there to injure anybody,” he said.

BASEBALL

Dodgers’ Puig to be focus of investigation by MLB

•?Yasiel Puig will be investigated by the commissioner’s office under Major League Baseball’s new domestic violence policy after an incident at a Miami bar Wednesday. The Los Angeles Dodgers’ right fielder was involved in a fight with a bouncer, the Associated Press reported Friday, attributing the information to a Miami police spokesman. Puig sustained injuries to his face, according to the spokesman, and the bouncer suffered a “busted lip” and other minor facial bruises. The bouncer told police Puig had sucker-punched him. Puig said the bouncer was overly aggressive. Neither were interested in pressing charges, police said. Calls to the Miami police by the Los Angeles Times were not returned. The news of MLB’s investigation came from a person familiar with the situation who spoke anonymously because the organization was still gathering facts. The domestic violence element stems from a TMZ report that bar employees got involved in the situation after Puig had a physical altercation with his sister.

TENNIS

Murray brothers win, bring ?Britain closer to Davis Cup

•?Britain is one point away from lifting the Davis Cup title for the first time in 79 years after winning the doubles against Belgium on Saturday in Ghent, Belgium. Brothers Andy and Jamie Murray beat David Goffin and Steve Darcis 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 to give Britain a 2-1 lead in the final going into the reverse singles on Sunday. Andy Murray could seal Britain’s victory in Sunday’s first match against Goffin.

— From wire reports