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Sports > Hockey
Stars take Central title as Blues defeated
Dallas clinched the NHL's Central Division title and top seed in the Western Conference playoffs by beating Nashville 3-2 on Saturday, finishing two points ahead of divisional rival St. Louis, which lost 5-1 at home against Washington.
 
Russia replaced its entire U-18 world ice hockey championship team on Friday to "minimize" the risk of testing positive for banned drug meldonium, sports minister Vitaly Mutko said.
 
Jordie Benn scored the tiebreaking goal with 4:58 to play as the Dallas Stars rallied from a third-period deficit to assert their Western Conference supremacy with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday.
 
Phil Kessel scored twice as the surging Pittsburgh Penguins moved within striking distance of a 10th straight playoff berth with a 5-2 win over the Nashville Predators on Thursday night.
 
Dallas and St. Louis both won in the NHL on Tuesday to keep pace with each other for the Western Conference lead as the regular season winds down.
 
San Jose Sharks clinch playoff berth with win against Kings
San Jose clinched a place in the NHL playoffs by beating Los Angles 5-2 on Monday, returning to the postseason after its run of 10 straight appearances ended last year.
 
Hilary Knight had two goals and Brianna Decker scored the winner to help the United States begin its title defense at the women's world hockey championship with a 3-1 victory over Canada on Monday night.
 
Chicago clinched its eighth straight playoff berth with a 3-2 win at slumping Vancouver on Sunday, with Andrew Ladd scoring the go-ahead goal with 2:27 left.
 
Allen makes 32 saves as Blues trounce Capitals
Jake Allen made 32 saves with regular starter Brian Elliott back home resting as the St. Louis Blues beat the NHL-leading Washington Capitals 4-0 on Saturday night for their fourth consecutive shutout.
 
Carlson scores at 2:17 overtime, Capitals defeat Devils 1-0
John Carlson scored at 2:17 of overtime and Braden Holtby made 22 saves as the Washington Capitals inched closer to the Presidents' Trophy with a 1-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils in the NHL on Friday.
 
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