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The 'Harlem Shake' is a fad/craze/sensation that has been making its rounds on YouTube and social media sites over the past couple of weeks.  It is admittedly starting to get old, but it's really hard not to enjoy this one. The Flyers first goal in last night's 6-5 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins was undoubtedly odd, but Pheonix Coyotes forward and Twitter extraordinaire Paul Bissonnette pointed out it's true meaning. Bissonnette's vision has turned into an edited video on YouTube of the Flyers in official Harlem Shake fashion. Enjoy the madness after the jump.  
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