Duncan Keith RUMORS & NEWS

  • Bouwmeester named to Canada’s World Cup team, replacing the injured Duncan Keith

    Pro Hockey Talk "St. Louis Blues veteran defenseman Jay Bouwmeester has been named to Canada’s 23-man roster for the upcoming World Cup of Hockey. He will replace Chicago Blackhawks blue liner Duncan Keith, who is rehabbing a right knee injury. “As Duncan continues offseason rehabilitation on the right knee..." August 25

  • NHL suspends Duncan Keith six games for high-sticking Coyle

    Sportsnet "Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Duncan Keith was suspended six games Friday for high-sticking Minnesota Wild forward Charlie Coyle. Keith was assessed a match penalty for the stick-swinging incident midway through the first period of Chicago’s 4-1 loss to Minnesota Tuesday. The suspension..." April 02

  • Blackhawks' Keith will not appeal suspension, apologized to Coyle

    The Score "After being banned six games for a stick-swinging incident against the Minnesota Wild, Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith told reporters Saturday he will not appeal the suspension. "There's a limit there and I gotta know that," Keith said, according to Mark Lazerus of the Sun-Times. "I..." April 02

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    Pierre LeBrun @Real_ESPNLeBrun

    Duncan Keith's hearing slated for 4 p.m. ET today

  • Wild’s Charlie Coyle ‘stunned’ by Duncan Keith’s stick to his face

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Charlie Coyle said he was “stunned” when Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith swung his stick into Coyle’s face during the Wild’s 4-1 victory Tuesday night. The play, which resulted in Keith’s ejection Tuesday and a looming suspension, left Coyle with a black eye and stitches on his nose. He said..." March 31

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    NHL Player Safety @NHLPlayerSafety

    Chicago's Duncan Keith has been offered an in person hearing for high-sticking on Minnesota's Charlie Coyle.

  • Suspended for the start of the playoffs? Keith offered in-person hearing

    Pro Hockey Talk "The defending champion Chicago Blackhawks could be without their playoff MVP for the start of the playoffs. Duncan Keith has been offered an in-person hearing by the NHL’s Department of Player Safety for high-sticking Minnesota’s Charlie Coyle in the face last night. An in-person hearing..." March 30