DETROIT -- For the Detroit Red Wings, the less they hear Chelsea Dagger over the next couple weeks, the better.
The song, performed by The Fratellis, is blared at the United Center in Chicago every time the Blackhawks score a goal.
Some opponents might despise the catchy tune for obvious reasons, but not Henrik Zetterberg.
It is a good song, the Red Wings captain said. But you wish you would hear it in different circumstances.
Theme songs aside, Zetterberg has witnessed quite a transformation in the atmosphere at the United Center during his 10 seasons in the NHL.
The Blackhawks have created one of the leagues best home-ice advantages in recent years.
The first couple years I was here, we basically had more fans in there than they did, Zetterberg said. The last few years, its loud. Its a lot of fun to play in that building.
Zetterberg and the Red Wings will have the odds stacked against them when they open up a playoff series Wednesday night in Chicago.
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