Montreal Canadiens -- C Pierre Mondou, 194 goals, 262 assists in nine seasons, retired because of eye injury last season. He will be assistant coach with Verdun Juniors. BASEBALL

Minnesota Twins -- Signed P Bert Blyleven to multiyear contract reportedly worth $3.5 million. AL Playoffs -- Named umpires for championship series: Dave Phillips, Dale Ford, Jim Evans, Ted Hendry, Vic Voltaggio and Derryl Cousins. San Francisco Giants -- Named Norm Sherry to replace Bob Miller as pitching coach; named Bill Fahey coach. Cincinnati Reds -- Rehired coaches Billy DeMars, Tommy Helms, Bruce Kimm and George Scherger for 1986; pitching coach Jim Kaat resigned last month. Chicago White Sox -- Named Alvin Dark, out of baseball since 1981, director of minor league and player development. BASKETBALL

Seattle SuperSonics -- Reached tentative agreements with holdout Fs Tom Chambers and Danny Vranes. New York Knicks -- C-F Bill Cartwright out two weeks with badly bruised left foot. AUTO RACING

European Grand Prix -- Ayrton Senna took Brands Hatch, England, pole averaging more than 140 mph. HORSE RACING

Mom's Command -- 3-year-old filly, who won 11 of 16 starts and New York's Filly Triple Crown, will be retired Monday. FOOTBALL

NFL -- Flopped sites of 1985 NFL regular-season games between Philadelphia Eagles and St. Louis Cardinals because of a conflict with the baseball Cardinals: Oct. 13 game in Philadelphia, Nov. 17 in St. Louis. Miami Dolphins -- Activated TE Dan Johnson, out four weeks after emergency appedectomy; released DB Mike Smith. New York Jets -- Activated WRs Bobby Humphery, Wesley Walker.