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Here are my top 10 NHL defensemen for your 2014-2015 hockey pools:
Rank Player Team Pos
1 Erik Karlsson OTT D
2 Duncan Keith CHI D
3 Shea Weber NSH D
4 P.K. Subban MTL D
5 Keith Yandle PHX D
6 Alex Pietrangelo STL D
7 Victor Hedman TBL D
8 Kevin Shattenkirk
Wednesday is Duncan Keith’s 31st birthday. Less than one month removed from receiving his second Norris Trophy, the future Hall of Famer continues to be a rock on the Hawks’ blue line. The number on his sweater is burned into … Continue reading →The post Happy Birthday, Duncan Keith appeared first on Committed Indians.
Not long after capturing the Norris Trophy in 2010, Duncan Keith took a look at the names attached to it and something stood out to the Blackhawks defenseman.
“I was kind of surprised to see some of the players who have only won it once,” Keith said Tuesday at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas. “There are some really good players, a lot of guys I grew up idolizing. It goes to show...
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith won the 2013-14 Norris Trophy in a landslide. Keith becomes the third Blackhawks defenseman to win the Norris more than once, joining Hall of Famers Chris Chelios and Pierre Pilote. From NHL.com: Keith led all … Continue reading →The post Duncan Keith Wins Norris Trophy appeared first on Committed Indians.
Duncan Keith has had one heck of a an early summer. First, his son Colton was born just six weeks ago, and then the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup. I’m going to assume that the birth of his son was the better day, but capturing the Cup has to be close behind it. The best thing about his son being born first is that they were given the opportunity to celebrate the victory...
Kings were unable to take advantage of the penalty, score is 2-1 LA at the 2nd period break.
If you want another version of the high-sticking, watch the TSN broadcast below... Continue reading "Video- Duncan Keith 4 Minutes For High-Sticking"
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Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith stopped a shot with his face, and saved a goal, during the second period of Tuesday night's NHL game against the St. Louis Blues. Keith did not take a direct hit in the face, but rather a shot from Blues forward Alex Steen that deflected off the skate of his teammate Marcus Kruger and hit him in the chin. Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford...
Duncan Keith has become a whipping boy for Blackhawks fans since winning the Norris Trophy in 2010. Perception is that his play has dropped off, and some fans consider him a player that could be traded. Is Keith really expendable? No, Keith … Continue reading →
Keith will miss the following five games: March 25 vs Nashville March 27 @ New Jersey March 29 vs St. Louis March 31 @ Nashville April 1 vs Minnesota
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith could be facing a longer suspension than anticipated when he has a telephone hearing with NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan on Friday.
Keith will be quizzed for his elbow to the head of Vancouver Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin during Wednesday night's game.
Because the hearing will be conducted by phone, it has been speculated that...