Chris Robshaw has given new England captain Dylan Hartley his full backing ahead of their Six Nations opener against Scotland at Murrayfield. A new era for English rugby begins on Saturday, the first match under new coach Eddie Jones, who has made Northampton hooker Hartley his skipper.Robshaw was England captain under Jones predecessor Stuart Lancaster, but although he has been axed as skipper, he retains his place in the team and says Hartley is the right man to lead England. Dylan [Hartley] has been great so far. Hes our most experienced player here, he told Sky Sports News HQ. He got my full support when he got it, and he has the support of the team.Ive no doubt he will go out there and produce at the weekend. England head coach Eddie Jones watches Robshaw in training The Harlequins star has been moved from the openside flank to the blindside and says he is delighted to be in the team following the criticism he endured for Englands disappointing World Cup campaign.Im very happy. The World Cup didnt go how we planned. It was hugely disappointing, he said. But weve put that to bed and it is a fresh start. Its a new coach, a new captain, a new squad of players.Robshaw says Jones has quickly put his own stamp on the squad. Robshaw applauds the fans after their World Cup win over Uruguay - his last as captain There is a new way about how we go about our business, he said. Weve got a very experienced side, with a lot of talent. Weve got young guys coming off the bench as well. Its an exciting time.Eddie has come in and put his mark on it. There are going to be some similarities to how we played before. But with Eddie, hes come in and done things slightly differently.It has been slightly different but you expect that. You expect a new coach to come in and put their own mark on it. Thats what Eddies done and the other coaches as well. All the players have bought into it. England captain Dylan Hartley and head coach Eddie Jones pose with the Six Nations trophy Robshaw expects a tough afternoon at Murrayfield against a team who were a controversial penalty away from reaching the World Cup semi-finals.I think this will be the toughest match weve had against Scotland for a while really, he said. You look at how they played at the World Cup. They are playing pretty well and they are confident.Were going to Murrayfield which is always a tough place to go. But were looking forward to it - these are the games you want to play in. Its the Calcutta Cup. Its an exciting fixture. International rugby is about winning. Its about producing in these kinds of arenas and hopefully we can go up and do that. Get Sky Sports Alerts Breaking news from the world of Rugby Union, direct to your mobile Also See: Care starts against Scotland Ashton loses ban appeal Woodward loathed Murrayfield Six Nations: Ones to watch Air Max Free Shipping . 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You like our spirit and our ability to come back but theres genuine concerns on my part about elements of our game that dont hurt you at home but will kill you on the road. We have to get that cleaned up.On the tying goal, Dallas had an extra skater with Niemi pulled and Oleksiak sent the puck at the net from the left point and it got past Blues goalie Jake Allen for his fourth career goal -- third against St. Louis.I dont come into games thinking (anything) but I was fortunate to get a couple of bounces here and I think I just do what I can, Oleksiak said. Obviously I have some familiarity with this team. We play them a lot and played them in the playoffs last year and you kind of learn some tendencies and you kind of learn where to be in certain situations.Robby Fabbri, Alex Pietrangelo and David Perron also scored for St. Louis, and Allen finished with 18 saves.Jamie Benn had the Stars other goal and Niemi stopped 27 shots.St. Louis improved to 3-3 in games beyond regulation -- including 2-2 in overtime -- and Dallas fell to 1-6 -- all in OT.Overtime is killing us right now, Benn said.The Blues took a 3-2 lead with 6:48 remaining as Perron took a pass from Jaden Schwartz and beat Niemi. Perron has the longest active point-scoring streak in the NHL at eight games (three goals, eight assists).We were patient there, Perron said. We were able to come back and get the two points so its good.The Blues improved to 6-1-0 over theiir past seven games.dddddddddddd St. Louis has won its last five home games and is 8-0-2 in the last 10 at Scottrade Center.The Blues got on the scoreboard first with 6:24 left in the first period when Fabbri took a pass from Robert Bortuzzo in the right circle and sent a low wrist shot past Niemi. It was Fabbris first goal in six games.Pietrangelo poked in a loose puck under the Niemis pad at 4:17 of the second period for a power-play goal to make it 2-0. Patrick Berglund redirected the shot by Pietrangelo but Niemi never completely covered it. Charging the net, Pietrangelo pounced and knocked it in.We were all whacking away at it, Pietrangelo said. Somebody has to score it. I do what I can. I was just hoping it was me. Ill take it. Everybody loves to score.Dallas cut the lead in half with 3:39 left in the second when Oleksiak beat Allen with a wrist shot from the right circle. Oleksiak skated around Perron and Pietrangelo to score.The goal impressed Dallas coach Lindy Ruff.He scores two goals. The first one is one you can save for a lifetime and I think it was a turning point for us, Ruff said. It gave us some belief that we can get back into the game.The Stars tied it on a power play when Benn, who also had two assists, scored 1:47 into the third. It was his third goal in his last five games.St. Louis had two power-play opportunities in the third period and did not put a shot on goal.This is the second of four meetings between the Stars and Blues this season. Dallas won the first meeting, 6-2, in Dallas on Nov. 3.Game notes Oleksiak has three goals in the Stars last four games after not dressing in the previous three. ... Dallas recalled D Stephen Johns from the Texas Stars of the AHL. Johns played in 16 games with Dallas earlier this season before being sent to the minors. ... Blues F Alexander Steen (upper body) and D Joel Edmundson (upper body) are day to day. ... The Blues have won seven of the last nine regular-season meetings with the Stars, including four consecutive wins at Scottrade Center. ... Dallas is now 0-9-1 when trailing after two periods and St. Louis improved to 7-0-1 with the lead after two periods.UP NEXTStars: At Detroit on Tuesday night.Blues: Host Tampa Bay on Thursday night. 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