In Episode 7 of GoPro NHL After Dark™, Chicago Blackhawks defender Duncan Keith takes target practice to a new level while out-maneuvering his opponents. To view the full After Dark trailer, click here.
This past season will be one to remember for the Chicago Blackhawks and Duncan Keith.
The 2014 - 2015 campaign helped solidify Keith as one of best defenseman to ever lace up the skates. Keith led all Chicago defenseman in points this year, with his most notable point being the game winning goal in game six of the finals. The tally helped the Blackhawks bring home their third Stanley Cup in six years. It was the first time Chicago won the Stanley Cup on home ice since 1938.
In addition to bringing home another Stanley Cup, Duncan added a Conn Smythe Trophy to his stockpile of hardware. His collection already includes two Stanley Cups, two James Norris Memorial Trophies (as the leagues top defenseman) and two Olympic Gold Medals.
Few hockey players will ever have a season like Duncan did in 2014 - 2015. Below are a few highlights from the season, along with training tips to help prepare for the next.
On Ice Highlights (video links):
- Game Winning Game 6 Goal
- Conn Smythe Trophy
- Blackhawks Receive Stanley Cup Trophy
- Blackhawks 2015 Playoff Highlights
- NHL 2014 – 2015 Season Tribute Video
Off Ice Highlights (video links):
How to keep updated during the summer:
Video above shows Duncan being awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP. Below is a clip of the Blackhawks receiving the Stanley Cup after defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning.
A video recap of the 2015 Keith Relief Concert with the Eli Young Band.
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.
Get to know Duncan Keith a little bit more as he discusses his favorite music, his cooking abilities and more with Blackhawks TV!
Keith Relief hosted its second benefit concert on Jan. 20, 2014, at Joe's Bar on Weed Street with country music star Lee Brice! Below are a few photos from the night!
Below is a video of Duncan and Lee meeting and promoting the concert!
Ahead of the concert, Duncan sat down and listed his Top 10 Country songs (as of 2014), take a look at them here: Duncan’s Top Country Songs.
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