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Staff members rehearse a victory ceremony at the Beijing Medals Plaza in Beijing, Monday, Jan. 3, 2022.

Beijing residents disappointed Olympics will be closed event

With just over two weeks before the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics, residents of the Chinese capital say they’re disappointed at not being able to attend events because of coronavirus restrictions that have seen parts of the city placed under lockdown.

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P.J. Dozier tore his ACL in November and will miss the rest of this season.

Celtics trade Juancho Hernangomez for Bol Bol, P.J. Dozier in salary-shedding move

As part of a three-way deal with the Spurs and the Nuggets, Boston will receive two injured players — and also get below the luxury tax.

TUESDAY'S GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP
Bishop Fenwick's Cecilia Kay tries to keep the ball away from Bishop Feehan’s Lydia Mordarski.

Behind Erica Lendall’s hot shooting, Bishop Fenwick closes out tough win over Bishop Feehan

The 5-foot-2-inch junior guard scored 15 points on five 3-pointers, allowing the No. 17 Crusaders to prevail down the stretch against the No.. 7 Shamrocks.

TUESDAY'S BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP
Noah Beaudet puts up a 3-pointer over Dover-Sherborn's Daniel Sullivan, part of his 28-point effort in Norwood's victory.

Noah Beaudet, unbeaten Norwood boys’ basketball right on point in victory over Dover-Sherborn

The junior guard and captain scored 28 points for the Mustangs, who also used strong defense and a pair of big runs to improve to 6-0 overall.

HIGH SCHOOLS

Beverly boys’ hockey coach Greg Fonzi resigns following postgame incident with Danvers

Fonzi appeared to shove a member of the Danvers staff after his team's overtime loss Monday.

Hurricanes 7, Bruins 1
Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask was pulled after allowing five goals in the first period.

The Bruins were on a hot streak. Then the team they’ve had the most trouble with came to town.

“We had nothing,” Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said after the Bruins allowed five goals in the first period and were blown out at TD Garden.

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Mary Parker (right) and the Boston Pride won the Isobel Cup last season.

Premier Hockey Federation announces $25 million investment with aims to boost salaries and the sport

"The PHF has been steadfast in its vision to grow the game under a new era that truly provides leading opportunities for athletes,” said PHF commissioner Tyler Tumminia.

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Willie O’Ree's No. 22 was raised to the TD Garden rafters prior to the Bruins' game against the Hurricanes.

‘I am thrilled to be a part of the Bruins forever’: Willie O’Ree’s No. 22 retired, raised to TD Garden rafters

O’Ree, now 86, formally took his bow — albeit virtually, from his home in San Diego — as the first Black man to play in the NHL.