Duncan Keith

#2 D / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 lb Age: 32 College: Michigan State

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Comes through with game-winner Sunday

    Keith's seventh goal of the season held up as the game-winner Sunday against Ottawa. It was a rocket from Keith, who also fired three shots on goal and blocked four shots. Keith has been hot of late, notching two goals and five points in his last three games. The 32-year-old has logged over 24 minutes of ice time in four straight outings and continues to be relied on heavily by a Blackhawks team that has posted three straight victories.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Sparks offense with three-point night

    Keith scored his sixth goal of the season and had two assists in 24:54 of ice time in Tuesday's win over the Coyotes. A monster night for Keith, who helped the Blackhawks snap a two-game losing streak. The 32-year-old has five points in his last four games and now has 21 points in 28 games on the season. His goal Tuesday came on the power play, where he continues to man the point on the team's first man advantage unit. Keep him rolling, as the minute-muncher is one of the most reliable fantasy blueliners around.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Records two assists in win

    Keith dished out a pair of assists in Sunday's win over the Sharks. Keith just keeps ticking along, as he's up to 18 points in just 25 contests. The 32-year-old has been on a force on the power play and remains one of the best around on the blue line for fantasy owners.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Racks up two assists in OT loss

    Keith picked up two helpers in 25:58 of ice time in Saturday's overtime loss to the Kings. Keith has been excellent since returning from a knee injury, recording four goals and seven points in eight games. He's back to running the power play and has recorded a point with the man advantage in back-to-back games. The 32-year-old is a workhorse on the blueline and one of the best fantasy defenseman you can own.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Instrumental in comeback win

    Keith scored a goal and added an assist in Friday's 3-2 come-from-behind win over the Ducks. The assist came on the power play. Keith was the straw that stirred the Hawks' drink Friday. First, he set up the power-play marker to get the Hawks on the board with 1:41 left in the game. Then, he scored the tying goal with just 27 seconds remaining. His overall numbers are depressed, but he still has eight points in 13 games. And with good health comes great output. Use him well.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Returning Saturday

    Keith (knee) will make his return to the Blackhawks' blueline for Thursday's matchup with St. Louis, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports. Keith has missed the Chicago's last 10 games after undergoing knee surgery on October 20, but has been a full-participant in practice since November 10. Whenever a player misses an extended period of time, a certain level of rust is to be expected. That being said, Keith is an elite defenseman who's transition back into the lineup should be fairly seamless, leaving no reason to be cautious about using him in any fantasy format.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Could play Saturday

    Keith (knee) was cleared for contact Tuesday, and could return to game action as soon as Saturday against the Blues, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports. Keith returned to the ice for Sunday's morning skate, marking the first time the star defender has skated since undergoing knee surgery on Oct. 20. He was cleared for contact Tuesday, and is expected to be a full participant in Wednesday's practice. The Hawks may opt to hold Keith out of Saturday's tilt against the Blues so that he can make his return in the second of back-to-back games Sunday against the Flames. That way, Keith wouldn't immediately be over-exerted less than four weeks after undergoing knee surgery, and would have a few days to rest before next Wednesday's matchup with the Oilers. Either way, Keith's impending return will be a tremendous boost to Chicago's depleted defensive corps.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Skates for first time since knee injury

    Keith participated in the Blackhawks' morning skate for the first time since his knee injury, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports. It's an important milestone in Keith's recovery, but he still likely has a week or two before he is able to return. A mid-to-late November comeback is the likely outcome, but further progress will be needed for that to be a guarantee.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Placed on long-term IR Wednesday

    Keith (knee) was placed on long-term injured reserve Wednesday. This isn't too much of a surprise and doesn't change his timetable. Keith is still expected to miss four-to-six weeks with this injury that hurts the Blackhawks' already thin blue line.

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    Blackhawks' Duncan Keith: Will miss next 4-to-6 weeks

    Keith will miss the next four to six weeks after undergoing knee surgery to repair a right meniscus tear Tuesday, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. It's a huge blow to the Blackhawks, who are already extremely thin at defense, and will now be without their best defender for the next four to six weeks. Michael Rozsival has resumed skating with the team, but isn't eligible to return to game action until Nov. 2, which may be an overly optimistic target date for his return. Kyle Cumiskey will likely be recalled by the Hawks from AHL Chicago to occupy Keith's spot on Chicago's 23-man roster after he inevitably lands on injured reserve, but the Blackhawks may explore other options, such as adding another defender via trade or free agency. Given his current recovery timetable, at the very least, Keith will be sidelined until Nov. 21 against the Canucks.

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