A source of motivation for hockey players, players-only training camps and for those in the community who can’t play at all, has been the sport’s popular theme song, “Vergil’s Theme.”
The lyrics have been a part of hockey games for decades, and they’re sung at every opportunity, whether it’s during an actual game or when the game is played with the music blasting in the background.
The theme song is the theme song of a video game franchise, and in the last year, there has been an explosion of music videos featuring Vergil’s music as part of the game.
The music video for “Vergils Theme” by the NHL has received more than 2 million views, with thousands of videos from other games including “Ride The Lightning,” “Catch Me If You Can,” and “NHL Draft Day.”
“We love this music video and want to bring it to our fans.
Vergil has been a staple of hockey since the days of the original ‘Lemurs,’ and we feel this song is perfect for celebrating the game and the sport,” said NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman in a statement to Yahoo!
“We’re excited to showcase the music video at every chance we get.
We can’t wait to see what fans come up with.”
Bettman said that the league has been approached by several media outlets about licensing the song, which will be played during games on NHL Network.
The NHL and its partners, including the NHL Players’ Association, are also expected to sign on for a possible licensing agreement in the future.
“I think there are plenty of people who would like to have the rights to use it,” Bettman said.
“There’s certainly a lot of music out there, and we don’t want to take anything away from the fans who have enjoyed it for so long.”