The 2018-19 NHL season hasn’t been kind to the Philadelphia Flyers, especially the month of December. Through their first seven games of the month, the Flyers have posted a 2-3-2 record and have been outscored 30 to 21. To add to the already down season for the Flyers, the team fired general manager Ron Hextall at the end of November and followed that up with the firing of head coach Dave Hakstol on Monday.

When the Flyers return to action on Tuesday night to host the Detroit Red Wings there’s going to be a new face behind the bench after the team named Scott Gordon as the interim replacement. The 55-year-old former goalie played 23 NHL games with the Quebec Nordiques from 1989-1991 and 150 AHL games from 1986-1992, and he most recently served as the head coach of the AHL’s Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

However, his experience both on the ice and behind the bench isn’t what the hockey community is talking about right now; it’s his ability to rap.

The Brockton, Massachusetts native attended Boston College from 1983-1986. Ahead of the 1986 Beanpot Final between Boston University and Boston College, the Eagles decided to put together their own version of the Chicago Bears’ Super Bowl Shuffle, which came out a few months before this, and it wasn’t quite the same.   

Hopefully none of the media members or his new set of players ask him to recreate that rap from more than 30 years ago.

(H/T YouTube/olo567)