The NHLPA is undecided which six players will attend.
On Wednesday, NHL owners will have a board of governors meeting, during which more games could be canceled.
SKIING:Lindsey Vonn completed a sweep of World Cup races at Lake Louise, Alberta, for the second straight year. Vonn won the super-G in 1 minute, 22.82 seconds. She also won two downhill races over the weekend for the hat trick. American teammate Julia Mancuso was second in the super-G in 1:23.25.
Ted Ligety easily captured his second straight World Cup GS race with a flawless and fast final run in Beaver Creek, Colo. He finished in a combined time of 2 minutes, 25.59 seconds to hold off top rival Marcel Hirscher of Austria by 1.76 seconds.
BASEBALL: Former Phillies closer Brad Lidge has informed his agents that he is planning to retire, according to ESPN. The free agent last pitched in the majors for the Washington Nationals, in June.
Ozzie Smith turned gold into cash. The Hall of Fame shortstop sold his 13 consecutive Gold Glove Awards from 1980 to '92 for $519,203, SCP Auctions said Sunday.
GOLF: Graeme McDowell closed with a 4-under 68 in Thousand Oaks, Calif., and won the World Challenge for his first title in two years. McDowell held off Keegan Bradley by 1 stroke with a couple of key short-game shots on the back nine. Tiger Woods, the tournament host and defending champion, didn't make birdie until the 13th hole and closed with a 71 to tie for fourth.
Rebecca Lee-Bentham shot a 5-under 67 in Daytona Beach, Fla., to tie Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn for the top spot in the LPGA Tour qualifying tournament, leading 20 players who earned full status.
Martin Kaymer of Germany held on for a 2-shot victory at the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City, South Africa, earning his first title of 2012.
HORSE RACING: At Dover Downs, Heston Blue Chip set a track record by winning the $163,663 final leg of the Matron Stakes in 1:48. Driver George Brennan pinch-hit for Tim Tetrick, who was at a family wedding during the colt's last race of 2012.
SOCCER: In San Diego, North Carolina's women's team scored three goals in the second half to beat Penn State, 4-1, as the Tar Heels (15-5-3) won their 21st NCAA title.
Tijuana got goals from Richard Ruiz Toledo and Duvier Riascos to beat host Toluca, 2-0, and win the two-game, aggregate-goal Mexican league championship series, 4-1. - Staff and wire reports