March 23, 2012 12:00 AM
" Blackhawks defensemen Duncan Keith was suspended for five games by the league Friday in connection with the elbow he gave to Daniel Sedin two days earlier.
Keith lunged at Sedin in the neutral zone in the first period of Chicago's 2-1 overtime victory Wednesday night, hitting Sedin in the head. Sedin didn't have the puck at the time.
"Regardless of Keith's assertion that the intent on this play was to impede Sedin's progress as opposed to a retaliation for an earlier hit, Keith's hit was still dangerous, reckless and caused injury," NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan explained. "We've also taken into consideration Keith's supplemental discipline record, which includes no suspensions and one fine over nearly seven NHL seasons."
Keith was given a minor penalty for elbowing "
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Friday, March 23, 2012 by Chicago Tribune
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith was suspended five games for his elbow to the jaw of Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin during Wednesday night's game at the United Center. NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan explained in a video Friday ...Read more
Thursday, April 05, 2012 by Chicago Tribune
After serving a five-game suspension, defenseman Duncan Keith is excited about returning to the Chicago Blackhawks' lineup Thursday night when they face the Minnesota Wild. "It's been a while -- a couple of weeks -- so I'm looking forward to getting ...Read more
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 by Chicago Tribune
In case you were wondering what a former Norris Trophy winner for a postseason contender does during a league-imposed suspension, know this: Your imagination far, far outstrips the reality. "Not a whole lot," Duncan Keith said Tuesday, when asked what ...Read more
Sunday, April 15, 2012 by Yahoo! Sports (blog)
Shaw better not get suspended... oh yeah Brendan Crapashan (the goon) is dishing out punishment... remember what you gave Keith, first time offender, versus Shane Doan, 2 time offender gets off with 2 less games. RIDICULOUS AGAIN!Read more