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Flyers ask fans to help them pick team’s new goal song

The Philadelphia Flyers are doing away with current goal song "Feel the Shake" and are asking fans to submit suggestions for a replacement.

Flyers left wing Joel Farabee celebrates his third period goal with teammate James van Riemsdyk against the New Jersey Devils on Monday, May 10, 2021.  Farabee scored his 20th goal of the season.
Flyers left wing Joel Farabee celebrates his third period goal with teammate James van Riemsdyk against the New Jersey Devils on Monday, May 10, 2021. Farabee scored his 20th goal of the season.Read moreYONG KIM / Staff Photographer

When the Flyers score their first home goal this season, fans will no longer hear Jetboy’s “Feel the Shake” as they celebrate.

In another effort to start fresh in 2021, the Flyers are switching up their goal song. What will the new song be? The Flyers are leaving that up to their fans.

For the first time ever, the Flyers are asking their fans to help decide what song to play to celebrate goals as a nod to the contributions the fans make to the team.

“The Flyers have the best home-ice advantage in the NHL, and that’s because of our fans. They’re passionate, they’re loud, and Wells Fargo Center erupts when the Flyers put the puck in the back of the net,” Valerie Camillo, the president of business operations for the team and the Wells Fargo Center, said in a news release.This team belongs to our fans, so we want them to help us pick which song plays every time the Flyers score here at home.”

Until Sept. 23, fans can submit their song nominations at philadelphiaflyers.com/goalsong. They are asked to include the name of the song and the artist, or files for original compositions. Once the nomination window closes, the Flyers will review the submissions and create a list of finalists. From there, the decision will be left to the fans, who will vote on the winning song. The winner will be revealed on Oct. 15 when the Flyers open up the season against the Vancouver Canucks.

Fans will be able to follow the process through the Flyers’ Twitter and Instagram accounts.