HOCKEY

Philadelphia Flyers --

Traded F Rich Sutter (separating him from twin Ron), D Dave Richter and a draft pick to Vancouver Canucks for "offensive defenseman" J.J. Daigneault and two draft choices. Boston Bruins -- Traded the free-agent rights to C Barry Pederson, coming off his fifth Bruins season, to Vancouver for RW Cam Neely and the Canucks' first-round selection in the 1986 or 1987 draft. Buffalo Sabres -- Scotty Bowman, No. 1 coaching winner in NHL history, will stay on as coach, general manager and director of hockey operations, Sabres Chairman Seymour H. Knox III announced.

BASKETBALL

Detroit Pistons -- Confirmed projected move from Pontiac Silverdome to a new arena being built in nearby Auburn Hills, Mich., likely by 1988-89 season.

BASEBALL

All-Star Game -- Charlie Gehringer (AL), 83, and Rusty Staub (NL), 42, named honorary captains for July 15 in Houston. Detroit Tigers -- Put RHP Dan Petry on 21-day DL, facing elbow surgery Monday to remove chips; recalled RHP Randy O'Neal, C Dave Engle; released PH Harry Spilman.

FATALITY

Jim Doerr, 29, men's and women's tennis coach at Iowa State, was killed and one of his players, junior-to-be Greg Beers, injured in a two-car crash in Ames. Authorities said Beers lost control on a curve.

COLLEGES

Georgetown -- John Forster resigned after nine years as crew coach to devote full time to his career with the National Republican Senatorial Committee. Houston -- Athletic Director Tom Ford resigned, upset at UH's handling of an investigation into alleged football violations. Ohio State -- Earle Bruce, 65-19 in seven years as football coach, was recommended to OSU trustees by Athletic Director Rick Bay for a three-year renewal. Manhattan -- Promoted assistant Bob DelleBovi to men's basketball coach. Siena -- Named Michigan State assistant Mike Deane men's basketball coach.