Chicago Symphony Orchestra Performs “Chelsea Dagger”

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Brian Kersey

It's safe to say that everyone in Chicago now officially has Stanley Cup fever.

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra celebrated the team's Stanley Cup victory by performing a classically-tinged version of "Chelsea Dagger" Thursday, the theme song played after the team scores a goal at the United Center.

Music director Riccardo Muti said the orchestra "wanted to celebrate in our way."

The orchestra also played the song after the Hawks 2013 win, with Muti wearing a Jonathan Toews jersey. 

That performance was recorded and given to the team. 

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