The Flyers are paying tribute to the late rapper Mac Miller in a pretty cool way.
The team is bringing back Miller's "Knock Knock" as its victory song for this season. The Flyers got their first opportunity to play it after an impressive 5-2 win in Las Vegas over the Golden Knights in their season opener Thursday.
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During the 2011-12 season, the Flyers were huge fans of the song. HBO's cameras captured the team having a blast celebrating in the locker room to the tune of "Knock Knock" on its mini-series 24/7: Flyers-Rangers - Road to the NHL Winter Classic.
Miller, a Pittsburgh native, died on Sept. 7 at 26 years old.
Hopefully the Flyers will have plenty more chances this season to remember him and his music.