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Down Goes Brown tweeted it out this morning after @jisidore sent him a tweet with the text “Now that’s a Harlem Shake video I can tolerate.” DGB added “There’s a first time for everything.”

Yesterday’s Penguins/Flyers game featured possibly the most chaotic goal I’ve ever seen, which gave us the following still shots, at one point including every single Penguin but the goalie in, or touching their crease. Nicklas Grossman eventually got the goal.

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Here’s the goal, but really, you need to get to the good stuff after it:

And, it’s time. The Harlem Shake remix:

Pretty exceptional work there.

Comments (8)

  1. love this, but it was Biz Nasty who came up with it first on twitter

  2. As an Islander fan I hate the Flyers and can’t stand the Pens but I LOVE Flyers-Penguins games!

  3. I find it funny that in the first picture, the only Penguin NOT touching the crease is the one Penguin who should be touching the crease – you know, the goalie. In fact, he’s out of the crease for the majority of the play.

    • Not only that, he looks like he has no interest in getting back into the crease. It’s like he standing there looking a the chaos and thinking to himself, “I want no part of that”.

  4. Man, I’d love to see a systems analysis post on this!

  5. The amazing thing about the drop in the harlem shake video is that its literally played forwards once and then back to the beginning of the scramble.

  6. Hm. Pity that the whole thing shouldn’t have counted, since Grossmann fired a forearm into Vokoun’s head before deciding that he ought to pick up the puck and shoot it. Back ref wasn’t cheating down to help his partner there.

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