With the game tied at one just over 15 minutes into the opening frame, Kahun was the first Hawks skater to get on the board when he jammed a puck past Corey Schneider after being left unattended in front of the net on a bit of a broken play.
The Americans knotted the game up in the second period, which set up Alex DeBrincat for the game-winning goal. Four minutes into the third, the Cat walked to the top of the right circle and fired a wrister that found its way through the German netminder.
Team USA came out on top of this exhibition contest by a score of 5-2. The Hawks American duo will be back in action on Friday for their opening game of the IIHF World Championships against Slovakia, the host country. Puck drop is scheduled for 1:15 PM central time.
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