Keith was the backbone of the Chicago defense all postseason long.
Keith’s averaging 31 minutes, 20 seconds in the postseason and has played at least 40 minutes in three overtime games.
“It was a goalie win,” Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said.
No. 101 went like so many of the first 100 playoff games for Patrick Kane. A perfect shot at a key moment, another big play at the very end, and a victory for the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Blackhawks were wildly inconsistent but still prevailed over the Predators.
Duncan Keith and Johnny Oduya have stepped up, just when they’re needed most.
Over the past two seasons, the Blackhawks have been shut out six times in 18 games without Kane.
Amid adversity, the Blackhawks must maintain their poise and position for a Stanley Cup push.
“We love our teammates,” Keith says.
The Blackhawks were inches — and a video review — away from an overtime win.
The Blackhawks haven’t been consistent this season, but they’ll be ready when it counts.
The Chicago Blackhawks seemed a step behind the streaking Dallas Stars much of Sunday night before finding a way to come out ahead. Patrick Sharp scored 1:17 into overtime to give Chicago a 5-4 win that snapped the Stars’ four-game winning streak.
Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook and Corey Crawford have been voted in.
Duncan Keith was not present for the Blackhawks’ 5-3 win over the division rival Minnesota Wild.
Joel Quenneville isn’t sure if it has anything to do with the mumps virus.
Jannik Hansen scored three goals for his first NHL hat trick.
Patrick Kane and Kris Versteeg each had a goal and two assists.
“We’ve lost some tough games that we’re accustomed to winning,” Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville says.
A road trip to Detroit shows just how respected the Blackhawks are these days.
Chicago’s defensive questions will have to be answered from inside the organization.