Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith underwent surgery today to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. He’s expected to be out four to six weeks. It’s early, but Chicago is scuffling at 3-3 and already thin at defense.
The Stanley Cup Finals didn’t see either team hold so much as a two-goal lead at any point ... until the final five minutes of the deciding Game 6. The Blackhawks got the insurance goal they needed, and stoned the Lightning for the rest of the way to win the Stanley Cup.
I was pulling hard for Chicago last night, not because I want them to win this series or because I want Anaheim to lose, but because I wanted to see the Blackhawks play the Ducks one more time. Chicago’s hard-fought 5-2 win, which required holding off yet another attempted Ducks comeback, means we get a Game 7, which…
Duncan Keith's goal at 7:49 of the second overtime period completed four unanswered goals for Chicago as the Blackhawks downed the Predators to take the opening game of their first-round series. This is why we watch hockey*, folks!
Blues-Blackhawks shifts to Chicago tonight, with St. Louis up 2-0, but things are already getting desperate. Brent Seabrook was suspended three games for a dirty hit on Blues captain David Backes on Saturday, and now audio has emerged of that post-fight scrum appearing to capture Chicago's Duncan Keith taunting a…
Don Cherry, quite possibly the single greatest example of an empty suit, went off on a sexist tangent tonight where he told viewers he thought women should not be allowed in a men's locker room.
Thanks to tipster Noah D. for sending in this shot of Johan Franzen of the Detroit Red Wings after he'd been face-cut by Blackhawk Duncan Keith's stick in today's regular-season finale.
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