Duncan Keith's 1,000th NHL Game

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The video tribute above was shown to a packed United Center before Duncan Keith’s 1,000th NHL game. The Blackhawks went on to win the game, and defeat the St. Louis Blues 4-3 in overtime.

In 1,000 NHL games, Duncan has won the Stanley Cup 3 times, the Norris Trophy 2 times, the Conn Smythe Trophy, and has been selected as a NHL All-Star 4 times. He has also captured a pair of Olympic Gold Medals with Team Canada.

Images of the historic night:

Duncan Keith 1,000 Career Game

Chicago Blackhawks Team Historian Bob Verdi wrote about Duncan’s career thus far, and the celebration of his 1,000th NHL game. Read article here.

Duncan Keith: One of NHL's 100 Greatest Players

 

Duncan Keith was listed as one of the top 100 NHL Players to lace up the skates. The defenseman has won the Stanley Cup three times, Norris Trophy twice, and the Conn Smythe Trophy with Blackhawks. Duncan also has a pair of Olympic Gold Medals with Team Canada.

 

2017 Keith Relief Concert Recap With Tyler Farr

A brief recap of the 2017 Keith Relief Concert with country music artist Tyler Farr, Duncan Keith and the Chicago Blackhawks. The concert benefited Keith Relief & Ronald McDonald House. View previous Keith Relief Concerts here

Duncan Keith Wins The Norris Trophy

The National Hockey League announced that Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith has won the 2014 James Norris Trophy, given annually to the defenseman who demonstrates the greatest all-around ability at the position.

Keith, posted 61 points (6g, 55a) in 79 games this season, tying a career-high in assists and marking the second-highest point total of his NHL career. He ranked sixth in the NHL, first among defenseman, in assists and ranked second among League blueliners in points.

The Winnipeg, Manitoba, native captured the first Norris Trophy of his career following the 2009-10 campaign after posting a career-best 69 points (14g, 55a) in 82 games with the Blackhawks.

Previous Blackhawks to win the award include Pierre Pilote (1963, 1964, 1965), Doug Wilson (1982), Chris Chelios (1993, 1996) and Keith (2010). The winner of the 2014 James Norris Trophy is selected by a poll of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association at the end of the regular season.