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Stanley Cup of Chowder Jun 24, 2015

Here's a list of everyone the PHWA thinks is better than Dougie Hamilton

For the first time in my memory, the Bruins did not collect a single Norris vote. This is pretty surprising, considering Dougie Hamilton is pretty damn good, and look at the people that did get votes: 1.Erik Karlsson, OTT 964 (44-42-33-19-8) 2. Drew Doughty, LAK 889 (53-30-20-13-10) 3. P.K. Subban, MTL 801 (24-36-38-37-8) 4. Shea Weber, NSH 614 (26-19-28-20-21) 5. Roman Josi, NSH 222 (3-9-11-17-23) 6. Mark Giordano, CGY 177 (1-6-11-15-25) 7. Duncan Keith, CHI 134 (1-7-4-12-19) 8. Kris Letang, PIT 80 (1-2-6-6-8) 9. Ryan Suter, MIN 43 (2-0-0-4-11) 10. John Carlson,...
Chicago Tribune Jun 24, 2015

Derrick Rose, Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith nab ESPY nominations

Derrick Rose returned to All-Star form during the Bulls' playoffs run after suffering a third knee injury in the regular season. All Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith did was win their third Stanley Cup in six seasons. Their accomplishments garnered ESPY award nominations for all three Chicago athletes...

2014-15 Flames report cards: TJ Brodie's season

This former fourth round pick could win a Norris one day. No, seriously. Already one half of possibly the best defence pairing in the league, grading TJ Brodie was as effortless as his skating. This year's Conn Smythe winner was Duncan Keith. If you look at his numbers from when he was 23 and 24 years old, you'll notice they line up somewhat similarly with another player, also described as a very smart, smooth skating two-way defenceman: TJ Brodie. Brodie cut his teeth on the top pairing in 2013-14, and has yet to look back. He, alongside Mark Giordano, make up a formidable defence pairing...
Second City Hockey Jun 16, 2015

Kimmo Timonen, Duncan Keith get the night they long deserved

On a team defined by its star forwards, the triumph of Game 6 was particularly special for a pair of defensemen. CHICAGO -- Kimmo Timonen has been deserving of a Stanley Cup for a long time. The same goes for Duncan Keith and the Conn Smythe Trophy. After the Chicago Blackhawks' triumph over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 on Monday night, both finally have the hardware that's been a long time coming. "I was crying a little bit," Timonen said on the ice after raising the Cup for the first time. "There were tears coming out of my eyes because I knew that it was going to be ... two goals...
Second City Hockey Jun 15, 2015

Blackhawks' defenseman Duncan Keith wins 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy

For the first time in his career, Keith is named the Stanley Cup playoffs MVP. Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith has been named winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as most valuable player during the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Keith starred for the Blackhawks as they won their third Stanley Cup in six seasons by defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games. Keith scored three game-winning goals and recorded 18 assists in 23 games this postseason. He averaged more than 31 minutes of ice-time in the playoffs to help carry a blue line that was undermanned throughout the run. Keith is...
Second City Hockey Jun 15, 2015

Chicago Blackhawks beat Tampa Bay Lightning to win their third Stanley Cup since 2010

It's also the first time the team has raised the Cup at home since 1934. The Chicago Blackhawks are Stanley Cup champions for the third time in six years after beating the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 on Monday night. The victory clinched a 4-2 series win for the Blackhawks, who have now won Cups in 1934, 1938, 1961, 2010, 2013 and 2015. The Blackhawks won the series opener against the Lightning before dropping two games to trail in the series. The team then rebounded with three straight victories, including a 2-0 win on Monday at the United Center, to take the series and the Cup. Duncan...
Chicago Tribune Jun 13, 2015

Duncan Keith living in the moment, humbly brushing off his own fine play

TAMPA, Fla. — Duncan Keith doesn't understand all the hoopla his postseason play has generated.

Duncan Keith living in the moment, humbly brushing off his own fine play

TAMPA, Fla. — Duncan Keith doesn't understand all the hoopla his postseason play has generated.
Northwest Herald Jun 10, 2015

Keith carrying impressive load for Blackhawks

CHICAGO – Between his production and the amount of time he is spending on the ice, the numbers this postseason for Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith sure are impressive.
The Only Colors Jun 3, 2015

Spartans Pro Hockey Update: Finals Edition

The Stanley Cup Playoffs begin Wednesday with Michigan State having the lone B1G representative Wednesday night marks the beginning of the Stanley Cup Final in the National Hockey League, and once again the Michigan State Spartans will be represented. In fact, Duncan Keith will be the only player on either the Tampa Bay Lightning or Chicago Blackhawks with B1G ties. The Spartans also have been making news in contract talks, and played a role in the East Coast Hockey League playoffs. NHL Alumni Duncan Keith is having one hell of a postseason with the Chicago Blackhawks. Keith has 18 points...
Defending Big D Jun 2, 2015

Dallas Stars Daily Links: No Rest for the Weary

Former Dallas Stars captain Derian Hatcher sheds some light on how Duncan Keith can play so many gosh darn minutes. Plus, what we have to look forward to in the Stanley Cup Final. By now, Duncan Keith's ability to play about 150 million minutes a game has become one of the most widely discussed parts of Chicago's postseason run. This TSN article has more on Keith, the gist being that if he keeps skating 31:26 a night (no big deal, right?), his average ice time will be the highest since the league and Elias Sports Bureau started tracking it back in 1998. Here to help us understand how one...

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