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Predators Regain Series Lead…Ducks Whip Oilers
(AP) — The Nashville Predators have the upper hand in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Cody McLeod's second-period goal was the eventual game-winner as Nashville earned a 3-1 win against St. Louis. It's the seventh straight home playoff win for the Predators, who now own …
Pittsburgh, Ottawa Win Game 1; 2 Game 2s Tonight
(AP) — The NHL's Eastern Conference semifinals have begun with victories by the Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators.
Ottawa beat the Rangers 2-1 and the Capitals lost to Pittsburgh 3-2.
Tonight, Nashville is at St. Louis and Edmonton at Anaheim...
Nelly Scolds Mike Piazza for Dissing St. Louis Restaurants
(AP) Nelly has promised to bring baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza back to eat in the rapper's hometown of St. Louis after Piazza spoke ill of the city's restaurant scene.
Piazza recently bought in an Italian soccer club. He told The New York Times for a story published last week that…
St. Louis, San Diego Bidding for MLS Expansion Teams
NEW YORK (AP) —St. Louis and San Diego are among bidders from 12 areas applying for four Major League Soccer expansion teams.
Other to submit bids were groups from Charlotte, North Carolina; Cincinnati; Detroit; Indianapolis; Nashville, Tennessee; Phoenix; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Sacram…
St. Louis Committee Again Considers Stadium Funding
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Plans to build a $200 million soccer stadium to attract a Major League Soccer team to St. Louis hang in the balance as an aldermanic committee weighs a proposal to ask taxpayers to foot part of the bill.
The aldermanic Ways and Means Committee meets Thursday to consider whether to as…
MLS Stadium Plan Cuts St. Louis’ Share by $20M
ST. LOUIS (AP) — There's new life for a plan to have St. Louis taxpayers help fund a new downtown soccer stadium.
Eight days after the public funding proposal was declared all but dead, Alderwoman Christine Ingrassia on Wednesday requested a hearing before the city Ways and Means Committee…
U.S. Soccer Team to Open World Cup Qualifying in St. Louis
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The U.S. soccer team will play their opening qualifier for the 2018 World Cup at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on Nov. 13.
The Cardinals announced Sunday their stadium will be used for the game.
Given a bye in the first three rounds of qualifying along with the other powers of the North …