Keith is expected to play on Saturday.
Keith (illness) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. the Rangers.
Keith (knee) will be ready for the Blackhawks’ season opener.
Keith made his preseason debut on Tuesday and considers himself “ready to roll” for the regular season. Keith has been careful with his surgically repaired knee, sticking to just one practice when the Blackhawks’ are having two per day. The two-time Norris Trophy winner is coming off of 43 points (9G / 34A) in 67 games a season ago.
Keith returns from his six-game suspension on Friday.
Keith was suspended for six games for slashing Charlie Coyle in the face and he returns to the Blachawks' lineup with his team down 1-0 in the series. Chicago went 3-3 during the six games that Keith was suspended for. Erik Gustafsson is expected to come out of the lineup for Keith.
Keith has two games remaining on his six-game suspension.
Keith will serve the fifth game of his six-game suspension and is not eligible to return until Game 2 of the Blackhawks’ first round playoff series.
Keith (knee) will return to the Blackhawks lineup on Saturday.
Keith has missed the last 10 games with a sprained knee, but will be back in the lineup on Saturday vs. the Blues. Keith will skate alongside Nikals Hjalmarsson—he had two assists in six games this season.
Keith (knee) was cleared for contact on Tuesday.
Keith reportedly looked great in practice on Tuesday and was cleared for contact practices, which will start on Wednesday. Keith has healed at a rapid rate and could potentially return to the lineup by this weekend.
Source: Eric Lear 11/10/15, 10:04 am EST
The Blackhawks have placed Duncan Keith (knee) on longterm IR.
Keith is expected to miss 4-6 weeks so the Blackhawks have placed him on LTIR to open up a roster spot and give them some salary cap relief to fill that void for the next month or so. Keith’s placement on LTIR means he has to miss a minimum of 24 calendar days or 10 NHL games.
Keith will miss 4-6 weeks after having surgery to repair a right meniscal tear.
Keith only missed two games last season and has missed a total of only 19 games over the last nine seasons. This is a tough blow for a thin Blackhawks blueline, who already said they were in the market for another veteran defenseman. Keith was averaging 24:21 TOI so there is a lot of ice time to be had now. Veterans Brent Seabrook, Niklas Hjalmarsson and Trevor Daley will be leaned on heavily with Keith out. Keith is expected to be sidelined until mid-to-late November and could even be out until early December.
Keith is not on the ice for warmups; will not play vs. Colorado.
Keith (illness) returned to practice on Friday.
Keith missed Tuesday’s game with an illness, but he was back at practice this afternoon which is a good sign that he will be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Blue Jackets. Keith has registered 18 points (6G / 12A) with a plus-10 rating in 31 games this season.
Source: Scott King 12/19/14, 7:15 am EST
Keith (illness) will not play on Tuesday vs. Minnesota.
Keith is sick and will not play tonight vs. the Wild. With Keith out, expect David Rundblad to get back into the lineup. Consider Keith day-to-day.
The Blackhawks will rest Keith tonight vs. the Capitals.
Many teams are resting their key players down the stretch so they will be 100 per cent for the playoffs. Keith will sit which likely means David Runblad will be back in the lineup.
Keith (illness) is in tonight.
Keith missed Thursday's game with an illness but will slide back in tonight. Use him as you normally would.
Keith (flu) is expected to play on Sunday.
Keith missed Thursday's contest and Saturday's practice because of the flu but is still expected to suit up tomorrow vs. the Jets. This is great news for Keith's fantasy owners who are in need of a late Sunday surge. Monitor his status during the morning skate for confirmation of his return.
Keith is ill and will not play tonight.
Keith has three goals and 43 assists in 52 games this season and is on pace to be a Norris Trophy finalist. Consider Keith day-to-day.
Source: Chris Kuc 01/23/14, 2:38 pm EST
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith has been suspended for one game for high-sticking Los Angeles Kings forward Jeff Carter during Game 3 of the Western Conference Final in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
This is a huge loss for the Blackhawks. Keith is their top minute-eater at 24:44 per game in the post-season. He has recorded a goal, nine assists and is plus-5 in 15 games. For a full explanation from the NHL's Department of Player Safety please visit the link.
Source: NHL.com 06/5/13, 3:46 pm EST
Blackhawks' Duncan Keith faces NHL hearing after 'accidental' high stick to face of Kings' Jeff Carter.
Kings coach Darryl Sutter thought Keith got off easily with a double minor after opening a gash on Carter's face during the game. Keith clipped Carter during an exchange well behind the play in the second period. After Carter took a short hack at Keith's hand while the defenceman bent down to pick up his glove, Keith responded by skating behind Carter and hitting him in the face with a one-handed swing of his stick, dropping Carter to the ice.
No Toews, Kane, Sharp, Hossa, Seabrook, Keith & Hjarmalsson for CHI tonight.
The Blackhawks will rest a lot of their star players tonight.
Obviously Keith back Thursday as well. #Blackhawks
Keith returns to the lineup on Thursday after serving his five-game suspension. He scored four goals and 40 points in 72 games.