Chris Chelios gave a touching Dick Butkus tribute during 7th Inning Stretch at Wrigley

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When Bears legend Dick Butkus passed away in October of last year, the loss hit Bears fans hard. Not only was Butkus one of the greatest players to ever suit up for the Bears, but his ability to connect with a generation of fans that were born after he retired made him and especially beloved figure around Chicagoland.

There have been more than a few tributes to the Hall of Famer since his passing, and this week, former Chicago Blackhawks player and NHL legend Chris Chelios joined in on it. While leading Wrigley Field in the traditional 7th inning stretch, Chelios unveiled a touching tribute to Butkus:

A former Blackhawks legend holding up a Bears jersey while he sings to Cubs fans is undoubtedly the most Chicago sports thing you'll see all month. Maybe all year? It's a classy touch from Chelios, who has told more than a couple stories about his time around Butkus in the past.

Frankly, we're always here for Chris Chelios content, Cubs content, or Bears content. The fact that we got all three together is *chefs kiss.* It certainly beats a lot of other guests that have been asked to sing the 7th inning stretch.