Duncan Keith (knee) will rejoin the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday.
Duncan Keith (knee) may be available to return this weekend.
Duncan Keith (knee) is getting close to resuming off-ice workouts, according to coach Joel Quenneville.
Duncan Keith (knee) has been put on long-term injured reserve by the Blackhawks.
Duncan Keith will be out of action for four-to-six weeks after having surgery to repair a right meniscal tear.
The Blackhawks are trying to add a defenseman via the trade route, according to the Chicago Tribune’s Chris Kuc.
Duncan Keith scored Monday's Game 6 eventual Cup-winning goal, and captured the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.
Duncan Keith is just 14:42 away from reaching the 700 minutes played mark during the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Duncan Keith didn't participate in Wednesday's morning skate.
Duncan Keith registered an assist in a 3-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Hall-of-fame defenseman Brian Leetch believes that Duncan Keith is a Hall-of-Famer.
Duncan Keith said he expects his team to be better when the Stanley Cup Final resumes on Saturday.
Duncan Keith only added to his growing Conn Smythe consideration, adding an assist and playing a game-high 29:15 in Wednesday's 2-1 Game 1 Stanley Cup Final win.
Duncan Keith has averaged 31:35 of ice time per game in the playoffs.