Winter Classic reset: The Winter Classic between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Detroit Red Wings at Michigan Stadium has been reset for Jan. 1 after its cancellation this season because of the NHL lockout.NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman made the announcement Sunday before the Red Wings hosted the St. Louis Blues.When the game was called off, the league said it would schedule the next Winter Classic at the more than 100,000-seat stadium in Ann Arbor.Also, as originally planned, Comerica Park will hold a series of games in the two weeks leading to New Year’s Day. They will involve the American Hockey League, college and high school as well as alumni and youth games.The jerseys Detroit and Toronto will wear in the Winter Classic and the ones that will be worn during the alumni games were unveiled. Kings want to play in Dodger Stadium: The Los Angeles Kings are interested in hosting an outdoor game next season, and the Anaheim Ducks would love to be their opponent. Kings spokesman Mike Altieri said Sunday that the defending Stanley Cup champions are aggressively working to get plans in place for an outdoor game in Southern California, although nothing has been finalized by the teams or the league. Citing no sources, the Los Angeles Times reported the Kings and Ducks are hoping to face off in a regular-season night game Jan. 25 at Dodger Stadium, using the NHL’s portable rink and ice refrigeration systems. Blackhawks clinch playoff spot: Rookie Brandon Saad and Jonathan Toews scored 55 seconds apart midway through the third period, and the Chicago Blackhawks rallied to beat the Nashville Predators 5-3 on Sunday night to become the first team to clinch a NHL playoff spot this season. Blues move into sixth: The St. Louis Blues are getting back to their effective, grind-it-out ways of last season.Brian Elliott made 28 saves for his 19th career shutout and Chris Porter scored the game’s only goal in St. Louis’ 1-0 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday.“The way we’re back winning these close games, we’re back to playing the way we were last year,” said Patrik Berglund, who had an assist on Porter’s goal.It was the Blues’ fourth straight win as they moved into a tie with Minnesota for sixth place in the Western Conference.