Chicago Blackhawks fans may be among the few Americans these days who don't immediately think of Amstel Light whenever The Fratellis' "Chelsea Dagger" plays.
The song -- which blasts over the loudspeakers after every Blackhawk goal (with the exception of those scored by Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane or Patrick Sharp) -- is one of the many additions to the increasingly exciting atmosphere surrounding Blackhawks games at the United Center this season.
But the immediately recognizable hook of "Chelsea Dagger" -- with its successive, bouncy 'da da das' -- has been especially prevalent during this historic playoff run.
The Hawks aren't the first franchise to adopt The Fratellis 2006 hit as the soundtrack to their post-goal romp. It's also become a favorite at European football and ruby stadiums before and during games.
While certainly catchy and infectious, "Chelsea Dagger" has gotten mixed reviews from Hawks fans this season. Some love it, and can't wait to shout it with glee. Others, perhaps hockey purists or Amstel Light detractors, have a far different opinion.
What do you think, Blackhawks fans? Have you given in to the power of "Chelsea Dagger" or is there another song out there that you'd prefer to hear whenever a Blackhawk lights the lamp?