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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links: Keith Nominated For Humanitarian Award

Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith has been nominated for the King Clancy Memorial Award for exemplifying leadership on and off the ice Before we begin with your Chicago Blackhawks news, we’d like to send our thoughts and prayers to the families who were affected by the tragic event that happened on Monday in Toronto. To […] Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links: Keith Nominated For Humanitarian Award - Blackhawk Up - Blackhawk Up - A Chicago Blackhawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Chicago Tribune Apr 7, 2018

Blackhawks Q&A: Patrick Sharp looked back - and ahead - after the final game of his NHL career

Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp played his 939th and final NHL game Saturday night, and did so in his birthplace. Only 24 hours after an emotional farewell tribute in front of fans in Chicago, he finished a 14-year career that includes three Stanley Cup championships. After the Blackhawks concluded...
Sportsnet.ca Apr 7, 2018
Blackhawks’ Patrick Sharp says he’s ‘probably’ retiring

Blackhawks’ Patrick Sharp says he’s ‘probably’ retiring

The Blackhawks played their final home game of the 2017-18 NHL season Friday night. For veteran forward Patrick Sharp, it may have been the last home game of his career.
Second City Hockey Apr 6, 2018
The end for the Blackhawks original ‘core’ five?

The end for the Blackhawks original ‘core’ five?

It might be the final act for Chicago’s original five. See those players in that photo above? Do you see them all? Brent Seabrook, Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith: they’re all there. All five of them. Here they are again in the photo below. This image was the wallpaper on my computer forever. Make no mistake, this is the original Chicago Blackhawks “core” responsible for this decade-long run that’s included three Stanley Cups. Yes, other players have played major roles. Marian Hossa and Niklas Hjalmarsson also won three Cups, while...
Second City Hockey Apr 6, 2018
MBS: Hawks to host Blues in home finale

MBS: Hawks to host Blues in home finale

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. The Chicago Blackhawks will play their home finale against Central Division rival St. Louis on Friday at the United Center in Chicago. The Hawks won the third meeting of the season between the two teams Wednesday, when Duncan Keith scored only his second goal of the season with 8.5 seconds left in the third period. BLACKHAWKS **Hawks to honor Stan Mikita with ‘One More Shift’ on Friday (SCH) **Is this the end for Patrick Sharp? ‘We’ll see’ (The Athletic) **Hawks to retain GM Bowman, coach Quenneville for...
Second City Hockey Apr 5, 2018
MBS: Keith delivers late win for Hawks over Blues

MBS: Keith delivers late win for Hawks over Blues

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. Duncan Keith scored with only 8.5 seconds left to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-3 come-from-behind win over the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday at Scottrade Center. The two teams will meet again in Chicago’s home finale Friday. With the win, Chicago moved up one spot in the league standings to 23rd at 76 points. The Hawks hold a 5 percent odds at landing the No. 1 draft pick this year. Chicago slid down to 24th place in the league standings at 74 points after the New York Islanders’ win over the Philadelphia...
Puck Prose Apr 5, 2018

Good Morning NHL: Duncan Keith deals blow to Blues playoff hopes, Kings and Ducks clinch

The Chicago Blackhawks got a sweet victory of the St. Louis Blues thanks to a Duncan Keith goal, the Ducks and Kings clinched spots in the postseason, and more from around the NHL Wednesday night was a pretty crazy night in the NHL. So grab your morning beverage and join us at Puck Prose as […] Good Morning NHL: Duncan Keith deals blow to Blues playoff hopes, Kings and Ducks clinch - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
Second City Hockey Apr 4, 2018
Watch: Keith scores with 8.5 seconds left to beat Blues

Watch: Keith scores with 8.5 seconds left to beat Blues

St. Louis blew a 3-1 lead. Chicago Blackhawks veteran defenseman Duncan Keith had only scored one goal this season entering Wednesday’s game at St. Louis. And it looked like it was going to stay that way as time ticked down in the waining moments. But then, he scored a power-play goal with 8.5 seconds left in the game to complete the Blackhawks comeback from a 3-1 deficit for a 4-3 win over their Central Division rivals at Scottrade Center. Talk about coming up clutch. #CHIvsSTL pic.twitter.com/MnOTkrSm2f— NHL (@NHL) April 5, 2018 It was also Chicago’s first win in three meetings...
Sportsnet.ca Apr 4, 2018
Duncan Keith’s late goal lifts Blackhawks past Blues

Duncan Keith’s late goal lifts Blackhawks past Blues

Duncan Keith scored a power-play goal with 8.5 seconds left and the Chicago Blackhawks beat St. Louis 4-3 on Wednesday night to hurt the Blues’ playoff hopes.
Second City Hockey Apr 4, 2018
Hawks rally from 3-1 deficit to beat Blues

Hawks rally from 3-1 deficit to beat Blues

Duncan Keith scores the game-winner with 8.5 seconds left in the game. Duncan Keith scored a power-play goal with 8.5 seconds left in the third period to complete the Chicago Blackhawks comeback from a 3-1 deficit to beat the St. Louis Blues 4-3 on Wednesday at Scotttrade Center. It was just the second goal of the season for Keith. Only 8.5 seconds left on the clock?Yeah, @DuncanKeith's got it. pic.twitter.com/ArDkuIUGZN— NHL (@NHL) April 5, 2018 GOOD GAWD ALMIGHTY, IT’S DUNCAN KEITH pic.twitter.com/2y1TetFql5— SCOTT FOSTER CITY HOCKEY (@2ndCityHockey) April 5, 2018 The...
Chicago Tribune Apr 4, 2018

Duncan Keith's goal completes Blackhawks comeback in 4-3 win over Blues

As the Blackhawks finished March and entered April without the customary buildup to the postseason, they’ve had to get their big-game fix from opponents. For a franchise used to contending for the Stanley Cup, the spoiler role is a total letdown. The juice is much less intoxicating. At least games...
Chicago Tribune Mar 29, 2018

Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith hawk Gatorade's new flavors

Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith’s on-screen chemistry in a new ad for Gatorade can be summed up in two words: “real smooth.” That’s because the Blackhawks teammates say “real smooth” five times between them. It keeps their acting demands comically simple while also pitching Gatorade Flow’s marketing...

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