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The war in Ukraine threw a wrinkle into the National Hockey League’s planned return to Europe in October to play its first games outside North America since the start of the pandemic.

The Czech Foreign Ministry told two NHL teams opening their seasons in Prague that Russian players would not be welcome because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The Nashville Predators and San Jose Sharks will play regular season games on October 7 and 8 at Prague’s O2 Arena. There aren’t many Russians on the two rosters: Nashville has forward Yakov Trenin and San Jose has Alexander Barabanov along with Evgeny Svechnikov, who is in training camp on a tryout deal.

FIELD HOCKEY: Husson (3-3) got goals from Maddie Perkins and Katie Perkins in a 2-0 win over Southern Maine (4-4) in Bangor.

Julianna Kiklis and Eleanor Folsom split time in goal for Southern Maine, combining for eight saves. Husson’s Kimmie Goddard stopped five shots.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Desiree Crawford scored in the 62nd minute to give Sacred Heart (4-3-3) a 1-0 win over Maine (4-2-2) in Fairfield, Conn.

NBA: Utah continued to revamp its roster, agreeing to send forward Bojan Bogdanovic to the Detroit Pistons for forward Kelly Olynyk and guard Saben Lee, according to a person with knowledge of the business.

Detroit will be the fifth NBA club for Bogdanovic. He averaged 18.1 points for the Jazz last season in 69 games, all starts, and has averaged 15.0 points in eight seasons with Brooklyn, Indiana, Washington and Utah.

Olynyk also joins his fifth team after stints with Boston, Miami, Houston and the Pistons. He played in 40 games for Detroit last season, averaging 9.1 points.

• Kawhi Leonard has been cleared for 5-on-5 basketball again, more than a year since his last NBA game.

Clippers president Lawrence Frank said the team will proceed with some caution with Leonard, the two-time NBA Finals MVP and five-time All-Star who tore the ACL in his right knee during the June 2021 playoffs.

NATIONS LEAGUE: Kylian Mbappe added another fine solo goal and Olivier Giroud edged closer to France’s goalscoring record as the defending World Cup champions beat Austria 2-0 in the Nations League in Paris.

Giroud powerfully headed in a cross from Antoine Griezmann to make it 49 goals for the national team – two behind Thierry Henry’s record.

France had already been eliminated from contention for the Nations League Final Four next June, but Croatia, the Netherlands and Belgium all won to stay in contention.

Croatia beat visiting Denmark 2-1; Holland won 2-0 in Poland; and Belgium beat Wales 2-1 at home.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Rasmus Højgaard hit a 72-foot birdie putt en route to shooting a 9-under 62 in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France, giving the Danish player a two-stroke lead over Alexander Bjork of Sweden.

SKI HOPPING: The World Cup returns to the United States for the first time in nearly two decades with a February visit to Lake Placid, New York.

Ski jumping’s last World Cup in the USA was in 2004 in Park City, Utah. The track has not been in North America since 2009 in Vancouver.

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