HOCKEY: Fedor Fedorov, the younger brother of Mighty Ducks forward Sergei Fedorov, was traded by Vancouver to the New York Rangers for forward Jozef Balej and a fifth-round pick in next year’s draft. FOOTBALL: Kansas City offensive lineman Kevin Sampson remained in intensive care a day after being hospitalized in New Jersey because of a seizure. St. Louis Rams coach Mike Martz, who missed two days of practice because of a bacterial infection of a heart valve, returned to team workouts for Sunday’s game against Seattle. Randy McMichael signed a four-year extension worth a reported $18 million with the Miami Dolphins, making him one of the highest paid tight ends in the NFL. New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder to repair a small rotator cuff tear, which will keep him sidelined the rest of this season. The Jan. 2 Sugar Bowl has officially been moved to Atlanta’s Georgia Dome because flood-ravaged New Orleans will not be prepared to host the BCS contest at the Superdome. SPEED SKATING: American Apolo Ohno was disqualified during the finals of the South Korean World Cup event, his first race in Seoul since winning a disputed gold medal during the 2002 Olympics. Ohno was disqualified for pushing South Korea’s Lee Ho-suk 1 laps from the end of the first men’s final. MOTORSPORTS: Martin Truex Jr. set a qualifying record for Kansas Speedway with a lap of 178.938 mph in his Chevrolet to qualify for the pole at today’s United Way 300 Busch Series event. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 TENNIS: Kim Clijsters, on the verge of unseating Maria Sharapova as the No. 1 ranked women’s player, lost to Elena Dementieva 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 in the quarterfinals of the Porsche Grand Prix in Filderstadt, Germany. Serena Williams will miss tournaments in Switzerland and Philadelphia this month to rest her injured left ankle and knee. She played only 28 matches in 2005, going 21-7, and falling from a former No. 1 spot to No. 11 in the current rankings. BASEBALL: The International Olympic Committee informed the sport’s international federation that it lost by a vote of 54-40 three months ago when it was decided it would be cut from the 2012 Summer Games. “We have a duty to get back to the Olympics,” federation president Aldo Notari said as he announced the sport would push for a vote of reinstatement at the next IOC meeting in February. Baseball needed a majority of 53 votes to stay on the Olympic program. Eddy Curry, the 22-year-old forward who spent the last several days undergoing a battery of heart tests since being traded by Chicago to New York, officially joined the Knicks on Friday after a team of doctors hired by the team cleared him to play. Curry missed the final 13 games of last season and the playoffs after being diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat. “I’m more worried about breaking a finger,” Curry said. “I’m not worried about my heart.” New York didn’t demand Curry take a DNA test as Chicago had. The Bulls wanted the genetic screening to determine whether Curry is susceptible to a potentially fatal heart problem, a request Curry balked at, saying it violated his privacy.