Chicago Blackhawks belt out "We Are The Champions" in locker room after their latest Stanley Cup victory.
Amid champagne showers and celebratory cigars, the Chicago Blackhawks took a few minutes of their post-game celebration to belt out the Queen classic "We Are the Champions" after winning their third Stanley Cup title in six years.
The Blackhawks remained on the ice for hours after the final horn to savor their first title clinched on home ice since 1938. The last time the Blackhawks won the series at home, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president, the Chicago White Sox played in the National League and the Stanley Cup was not present for the celebration since there was doubt about the Blackhawks' chances of winning.
- Christopher Chavez