After Patrick Sharp's(notes) overtime goal put Chicago back into its series with Detroit, the United Center came together as one and belted out the Blackhawks current goal song, The Fratellis "Chelsea Dagger," which has likely been stuck in your head since Amstel Light started using the ditty in its commercials.
The song, chosen back in the preseason, took a while but has caught on with Blackhawks fans and has become instilled in the fabric of the Chicago hockey community according to the National Post:
"We noticed about two months into the season that people were doing their own dance to it," Blackhawks spokesman Pete Hassen told the newspaper. "And now you're seeing as the team is taking off, the song is really taking off."
The Blackhawks faithful are hoping that Sharp's overtime winner on Friday night is the first step in the direction of a comeback. Down 2-1 in the series, Chicago will possibly be without Martin Havlat(notes), who remains day-to-day after being knocked out byRead More »from ‘Hawks goal song that's stuck in your head; retaliation for Kronwall hit?