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Sidney Crosby scores silky backhand toe drag goal against Senators

During the third period, Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby showed off his fantastic skill set on this play.  He entered the zone, toe-dragged against the Ottawa Senators defenseman Chris Phillips and then pulled the puck to his backhand.  He was wide open in front of Craig Anderson and let a sick backhand shot go right under the crossbar into the net.  The goal gave the Penguins a 6-2 lead and resulted in Anderson getting pulled.  The Penguins would go on to win 7-3 and have set themselves up to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals nicely.


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