Canada edges U.S., Russia beats Denmark at hockey worlds
Dany Heatley scored the winning goal with 46.8 seconds remaining to lift Canada to a 5-4 victory Tuesday over the United States at the world hockey championships.
It was Heatley's second goal of the game in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Brent Burns, Jonathan Toews and Derek Roy also scored for the Canadians (3-0), and Cam Ward stopped 29 shots.
"We played really hard right to the end," Canada's Ryan Getzlaf said. "We take pride in those kind of wins. We were raised that way."
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