After the Chicago Blackhawks clinched the Stanley Cup on home ice for the first time since 1938, the United Center crowd serenaded the team with the Queen tune “We Are The Champions” as the team skated around the ice with the famous trophy.
Once the party shifted into the Blackhawks’ dressing room, the team apparently decided that they needed to show off their own rendition of the song, and the NHL’s cameras were there to capture the whole thing:
Champagne spray? Check. Off-key singing? Check. The Blackhawks seem to have figured out the proper way to win championships after winning their third in six seasons.