During Friday’s IIHF World Championship game between Finland and Russia, Finland’s Mikael Granlund pulls off a stunning behind-the-net goal after lifting the puck, keeping it to his stick and slinging it past the Russian goalie. The Russian defenders are left wide-opened and gaping, while Finnish announcer Antero Mertaranta marvels at the shot. We think. We don’t speak Finnish, but he seems to be speaking the international language of “Holy crap!”
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