Philadelphia Flyers Channel Their Inner Charlie Sheen For 2011 Playoff Run

Teams across the NHL get special shirts made up for the postseason, usually with some kind of special slogan on them like "DETERMINATION" or "TEAMWORK" or whatever. The Philadelphia Flyers are one of these teams, and in the locker room following Game 2 against the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday, we noticed a pretty unique slogan.

On the back of the shirts, worn by most of the players in their post-game interviews, is a graphic of the Stanley Cup, with the phrase "WITH ALL OF OUR WILL... WE WILL." It's a phrase used often by coach Peter Laviolette, and the Flyers have gone as far as to make their official marketing slogan for the 2011 postseason. 

That's not the unique part, though. Just look at the right sleeve...

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Yes, that says "DUH, WINNING" on the sleeve of veteran defenseman Sean O'Donnell, as taken from this video via SB Nation's Broad Street Hockey

If you're wondering where this came from, you'll probably have to look no further than Chris Pronger, who appeared on Charlie Sheen's Facebook page last month wearing a shirt with the same phrase. 

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