Scott Hartnell Channels His Inner Hulk, and the Hulkster Himself Makes Jumbotron Appearance

Scott Hartnell Channels His Inner Hulk, and the Hulkster Himself Makes Jumbotron Appearance

Things got ugly late in the Flyers 8-4 absolute butt-whipping of the Pittsburgh Penguins. At one point late in the third with the game already decided, Scott Hartnell was being restrained rather awkwardly by Sidney Crosby when Hartsy was attacked by another Penguin, Craig Adams.

Unlike Crosby, Hartnell was willing to dance with whoever wanted to drop the gloves. Hartnell and Adams never really landed many punches, but the Penguin certainly managed to pull Scott Hartnell's hair. It was just the latest in a long line of gutless Penguins moves.

After the scuffle, Hartnell played the role of pump-up man to perfection to get the Wells Fargo Center crowd into an absolute frenzy. As if they weren't frothing at the mouth already.

Not to be outdone, Hulk Hogan himself appeared on the jumbotron to deliver a pro-Flyers message. Our beloved teeth-less Cooter got quite a chuckle out of Hulkamania making a cameo.

If you're not familiar with the Hartnell-Hulkster connection, it stems from a regular season game in Pittsburgh when a Penguins' fan dressed up in a full Hulk-like getup was taunting Hartnell only to have Harsty taunt right back. Watch video of that here.

Here's the fight and hair-pull incident that lead to the Hartnell pump-up: (video of Hulk's appearance below)

Here's the real Hulk:

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The t-shirts given out before the game were perfectly darn fitting as well. AP Photo:

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Eagles fans, get Malcolm Jenkins that petition on Pete Morelli

Eagles fans, get Malcolm Jenkins that petition on Pete Morelli

The online petition to ban Pete Morelli from officiating Eagles games is rapidly gaining signatures.

Count Malcolm Jenkins for one.

"I would definitely sign that petition if it came across my desk," Jenkins said with a laugh to NBC Sports Philadelphia's John Clark on Monday at the safety's Blitz, Bow Ties and Bourbon charity event.

The Eagles beat the Panthers, 28-23, last Thursday night despite a significant discrepancy in penalty yards. It was a game officiated by Morelli's crew — and you can see why that's notable by clicking right here.

"We felt like a lot of those were ticky-tack, or weren’t good calls," Jenkins said after the game. "For us, adversity is nothing new for us. We just kind of strap up and keep playing, and hunker down. We continue to play aggressively, that is the biggest thing. We don’t want that to take away our aggression, or our ability to make plays. So we just go to the next play."

What about the next signature? 

Eagles fans just need to get that petition to Jenkins' desk.