Mar 8, 2013, 2:32 PM EDT
The Flyers lost to the Penguins last night in incredibly awful and ugly fashion. So Erik Gustafsson’s bizarre and goat-like scream while playing the puck behind the net seemingly captured the collective feeling of Flyers fans watching the game all across the Delaware Valley. I mean, we assume it was Gus making the noise. Even JJ on the telecast was dumbfounded by where it came from.
Not familiar with the Wilhelm scream? Wiki describes it thusly:
The Wilhelm scream is a film and television stock sound effect that has been used in more than 200 movies, beginning in 1951 for the film Distant Drums. The scream is often used when someone is shot, falls from a great height, or is thrown from an explosion.
You probably know it best from Star Wars or Indiana Jones. But here’s a helpful compilation for you to waste time while not doing any work on a Friday.
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