With injured star Peter Forsberg watching from the stands, MoDo was eliminated from the Swedish Elite League playoffs.
Farjestad beat MoDo, 3-2, to win the best-of-seven quarterfinal series in six games.
Forsberg, the NHL's 2003 MVP, missed his second straight game because of a concussion he suffered when he was cross-checked by former NHL player Peter Nordstrom. Nordstrom also missed the last two games, which the teams split, because of a suspension for the hit.
Meeting with Olympic inspectors, Russian officials outlined Moscow's bid to host the 2012 Summer Games.
Speaking after the first of four days of meetings and site visits for the 13-member evaluation committee, Deputy Mayor Valery Shantsev defended Moscow's plan for the Games in the face of competition from Paris, New York, London and Madrid.
"We don't feel that we are in last place," Shantsev said.
Paris is considered the front-runner, with the full International Olympic Committee to select the host July 6.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter joined the criticism of Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, whose comments about an official sparked death threats that forced referee Anders Frisk to quit.
Mourinho suggested that Frisk's halftime conversation with FC Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard had led to a Champions League loss for his team. After Chelsea fans responded with threatening e-mails, Frisk said Saturday that he was quitting.
English star David Beckham unveiled plans for the David Beckham Academy, a soccer school that will open this summer next to the Millennium Dome in east London, where he grew up.
After this season, Beckham has two years remaining on his contract with Real Madrid. He will turn 30 in May.
The English Football Association Cup final could feature two American goalkeepers.
Defending champion Manchester United, which starts Tim Howard, was drawn to play Newcastle in the semifinals. Blackburn, which starts Brad Friedel, will play Arsenal.
Both games will be played during the April 16-17 weekend in Cardiff, Wales.
Real Madrid soccer star Ronaldo will own the Brazilian franchise in a new international auto racing series, the A-1 Grand Prix.
Sheikh Maktoum Hasher, a member of Dubai's ruling family and the series chairman, announced the deal with the Brazilian star during a presentation of the A-1 car at the launch of the team in Mexico City.
The A-1 Grand Prix is meant to pit teams from 25 nations against one another in a series of races around the world from September to April.
Lindsay Davenport defeated Meghann Shaughnessy, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2, in the third round of the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells, Calif.
Andy Roddick needed only 45 minutes for a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Jiri Novak.
Andre Agassi also rolled into the fourth round, beating Andrei Pavel, 6-3, 6-4.
Norwegian Robert Sorlie was the first musher out of the village of Shaktoolik in the 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska, but other contenders were gaining on him with faster dogs.
Sorlie dropped two dogs in Shaktoolik, continuing with nine on the final 291-mile stretch to Nome. All mushers must begin with at least 16 dogs.