Pens can coach...Army-Navy rivalry resumes today...Heisman Trophy time...Warriors are in Milwaukee

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PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Penguins have fired coach Mike Johnston. He leaves the Steel City with a record of 58-37-15. Johnston is replaced by Mike Sullivan, who was head coach of the Boston Bruins from 2003-06 and was serving as the coach of Pittsburgh's affiliate in the American Hockey League.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Army-Navy series resumes this afternoon in Philadelphia. The series goes all the way back to 1890 and this year the Midshipmen enter the game with a record of 9-2 while the Black Knights are 2-9.

NEW YORK (AP) — The finalists for the Heisman Trophy are running backs Derrick Henry of Alabama and Stanford's Christian McCaffrey along with Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson. The award will be handed out this evening in New York.

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee attempts to put to an end to that great start by Golden State. The Warriors beat the Celtics in Boston last night in double-overtime for their 24th straight win of the season.

BOSTON (AP) — In the lone NHL day game the Bruins are hosting the Panthers in an Atlantic Division contest. The Bruins on the road are 10-2-2 this season but just 5-7-1 at home.

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