Chris Chelios

FILE - In this June 4, 2008, file photo Detroit Red Wings defenseman Chris Chelios, left, holds the Stanley Cup after the Red Wings defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup hockey finals in Pittsburgh. The 47-year-old Chicago native who spent 25 years in the NHL and was once the best defenseman in the league, skates at a practice with the minor league Chicago Wolves. His performance could determine if he is offered a contract with the AHL team. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Gene J. Puskar

Chelios, a second-round pick of the Montreal Canadiens would become one of only two former Badgers to win the Stanley Cup with two different teams.

In 1986, Chelios played in all 20 of the Canadiens' postseason games, scoring two goals with nine assists as Montreal rolled to the Stanley Cup title. 

Chelios moved on to Chicago and then Detroit, where he catpured his second Stanley Cup in 2002. He played in a league-best 23 postseason games, scoring one goal and recording 13 assists as the Red Wings beat the Carolina Hurricanes in the Final. 

His third and final Cup victory came in 2008 with the Red Wings. Chelios only averaged 12 minutes of ice time over 14 games for the Red Wings, who beat Pittsburgh, 4-2, in the Final.