Australia have kicked off their Four Nations campaign with a 54-12 win over Scotland at Hulls KC Lightstream Stadium.The Kangaroos ran in 10 tries against the Bravehearts with Cooper Cronk and Josh Mansour grabbing two apiece.Australia produced an almost flawless first 40 minutes to roar into a 30-6 lead over a shell-shocked Scotland but their plucky opponents battled back well in the second half to restore some pride.Mal Meningas side were scoring more than a point a minute midway through the opening period.Two Cronk tries, and four-pointers from James Maloney, who kicked three goals, and Blake Ferguson opened up a 22-0 lead after a quarter of an hour.Scotland struggled to get out of their half as the Kangaroos forwards dominated the Bravehearts pack and there was little the Scots could do to stop the green-and-gold onslaught with Mansour profiting from a glorious Matt Moylan pass to score in the left corner.The Penrith winger crossed again just before the interval but Maloney was unable to convert the kick.However, the Scots did manage to finish the half with a flourish as Ryan Brierley marked his debut with a diving effort after Danny Brough threaded a kick through before nailing the conversion.Josh Dugan raced over from 50 metres after being put clear by man of the match Moylan but was then forced off with a head injury.The Scots did score a second try through Ben Kavanagh but the Australians extended their advantage with late tries from Tyson Frizell, Michael Morgan and Jake Trobojevic.Meninga was full of praise for Moylan who laid on four of his sides tries.Moylan was exceptional, good from the start when the players think he was the best player on the footy field it tells you everything, he said.Its the beauty of this team ... we are 24 deep our job is to pick the best team.Its good to have internal pressure, the boys get on well.Scotland coach Steve McCormack was disappointed by the big scoreline against his side.We dont want to be known as dogged Scotland... we need to improve. 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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- If the goals arent going to come in bunches, best make them timely.At least, thats what worked for Hampus Lindholm on Friday night.Lindholm got his first goal of the season with 5:38 remaining, helping the Anaheim Ducks beat the San Jose Sharks 3-2 after blowing a two-goal lead.Nick Ritchie found Lindholm alone on the opposite circle and fired a sharp pass that Lindholm slapped in over goalie Martin Jones left shoulder.I came in on the left side and they just kind of lost him, Ritchie said. He was wide open and slapped it in there.Goals by Brent Burns and Kevin Labanc brought San Jose back after Rickard Rakell and Antoine Vermette scored in the first period for Anaheim.Anaheim is 5-1-1 in its past seven games, including two wins over San Jose.The 22-year-old Lindholm held out this season before signing a six-year contract extension in late October. He didnt play his first game until Nov. 9 and got his first goal in 15 contests.I dont think it was pretty tonight, but we got the win, Lindholm said.It was the third time the teams had met this season, and all three games have been decided by one goal.We battled back and I thought the game could have gone either way, Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said. Were just finding our way to lose right now instead of win.It was a big game for Anaheim goalie Jonathan Bernier. In his last start, he gave up eight goals to Calgary, but Friday, he had 22 saves and withstood a frantic final attack after San Jose pulled its goalie with 2 minutes left.He played well the last time we were inn San Jose and got us the win, coach Randy Carlyle said.dddddddddddd Berny was looking for some kind of opportunity after the game in Calgary and I felt we owed him that.Jones stopped 29 shots for the Sharks.San Jose tied it early in the second period when Labanc slipped a shot under Berniers left leg. It was the 20-year-olds third goal of the season.We had some good looks, Sharks center Joe Pavelski said. We have to start putting them in the net.The Ducks nearly completed a dominant first period with a 2-0 lead, but Burns got his 12th goal of the season with 6 seconds left by slapping a shot past Bernier.Anaheim opened the scoring 4:44 in after Shea Theodore fired a shot from just beyond the midpoint of the two circles. Jones deflected the shot, but Rakell snagged the rebound and wrapped it around and behind Jones.Rakell, another late signing, has 11 goals in his 17 games since joining the Ducks.Hes a really good weapon, Lindholm said. He knows where to put (the puck). Its fun to watch. Hes really a skilled guy.The Ducks went up 2-0 after Theodore came streaking down the right side and fired a perfect pass to Vermette, who snapped it past Jones for his fifth of the season.Game notes The Ducks are 60-59-11 against the rival Sharks. ... Anaheims Joseph Cramarossa fought San Joses Tommy Wingels about five minutes into the first period.UP NEXTSharks: Host Carolina on Saturday.Ducks: Host Ottawa on Saturday. ' ' '