NHL

Pacific beats Atlantic in All-Star Game

(AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

ST. LOUIS (AP) Young Laila Anderson delivered one of the most poignant moments of the weekend when she introduced the Blues' four All-Stars. The players who stood out on the ice later weren't all that much older.

Hockey's youth was on grand display in the NHL All-Star 3-on-3 tournament on Saturday night, which was won by the Pacific Division. Whether it was Boston's 23-year-old David Pastrnak earning MVP honors with six points or Vancouver's 21-year-old Elias Pettersson scoring twice and trying a lacrosse goal, the fifth incarnation of 3 on 3 making up the All-Star Game was a showcase of the game's present and future.

"It's a young man's game now in the NHL, and these guys, they're superstars," Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin said.

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Points
Rank Player Pts G A
1 C. McDavid, Edm762749
2 L. Draisaitl, Edm752748
3 N. MacKinnon, Col723042
4 D. Pastrnak, Bos703733
5 A. Panarin, NYR682642
6 B. Marchand, Bos652144
7 J. Huberdeau, Fla651847
8 P. Kane, Chi632538
9 J. Eichel, Buf622834
10 J. Carlson, Was601347
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Goals Against Average
Rank Player GAA
1 I. Samsonov, Was2.07
2 T. Jarry, Pit2.16
3 D. Kuemper, Ari2.17
4 J. Allen, StL2.22
5 T. Rask, Bos2.27
6 B. Bishop, Dal2.28
7 A. Khudobin, Dal2.30
8 E. Merzlikins, Cls2.39
9 T. Greiss, NYI2.43
10 P. Francouz, Col2.45
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