US beats Canada 4-2 in World Cup hockey exhibition

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Patrick Kane and Joe Pavelski each had a goal and an assist to help the United States beat Canada 4-2 on Friday night in an exhibition game before the World Cup of Hockey.

The teams will play again Saturday night in Ottawa, Ontario.

Jonathan Quick made 32 saves in the first two periods, and Ben Bishop stopped nine shots in the third. Zach Parise and Derek Stepan also scored for the Americans.

Carey Price, playing for first time since a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee ended his season for the Montreal Canadiens on Nov. 25, had 22 saves for Canada.

Patrice Bergeron and Drew Doughty scored for Canada.

U.S. forward Ryan Kesler was ejected late in the second period for boarding Shea Weber.