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Watch: Granlund nets nifty goal with filthy toe-drag move

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The Minnesota Wild defeated the defending champion Pittsburgh Penguins for the second time this season, beating them 6-2 in St. Paul Friday .

Wild forward Mikael Granlund pulled off this unbelievable toe-drag in the second period that basically undressed Penguins defenseman Ian Cole. Check it out.

Here's another look at the goal.

It was Granlund's 5th goal this season.

Granlund's been heating up lately with 12 points in his last 15 games. The 24-year-old is on pace for 52 points this season which would set a new career high.

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