Keith notched a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Red Wings.
Keith received a pass from goalie Kevin Lankinen and relayed to Philipp Kurashev. After that, it was all Kurashev, as he cut through the Red Wings' defense for the first goal of the contest. Keith snapped an 11-game point drought with the helper, his sixth of the year in 18 appearances. The 37-year-old has taken on a more defensive role with 32 blocked shots, 37 shots on goal and a minus-3 rating so far in 2020-21.
Keith picked up two power-play assists in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Panthers.
The veteran blueliner was in on both of Dominik Kubalik's tallies, and after going scoreless in Chicago's first two games, Keith now has four points (all helpers) in the last two. After seeing his scoring numbers fade last season, the 37-year-old is an unlikely candidate for a rebound to the kind of production he was delivering five years ago, but he can still be a fantasy asset.
Keith recorded two assists in Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Panthers.
Keith had the primary helper on goals by Alex DeBrincat (on the power play) and Connor Murphy. Those were Keith's first points of the year -- he's added seven blocked shots and six PIM, but also carries a minus-4 rating through three contests. At 37 years old, Keith is still seeing top-pairing minutes, but that may be due to a lack of better options along the Blackhawks' blue line.
Keith managed an assist in Friday's 3-2 win over the Oilers in Game 4.
Keith set up Matthew Highmore's go-ahead goal in the first period. Outside of a game 2 where he had a minus-3 rating and four PIM, Keith was a productive player in the series with four helpers, eight blocked shots and five shots on net. Expect the 37-year-old blueliner to continue in a top-pairing role.
Keith recorded an assist in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Oilers in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
Keith had the secondary helper on Jonathan Toews' game-winning goal with 1:16 remaining in the third period. Keith's racked up three helpers, six blocked shots and four PIM in the series so far. He's still a big-minutes defenseman even if the offense isn't as steady as it used to be for the 37-year-old.
Keith scored a power-play goal, assisted on another, and registered three shots with three blocks in a 6-2 win over San Jose on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old has rediscovered his offensive game since the back half of January, amassing 12 points (two goals, 10 assists) over his last 11 games. That production has also come with a cool plus-8 rating and 28 shots on goal. Keith really struggled offensively through the season's first three months but now sits at 27 points in 61 games.
Keith had a power-play goal and an assist with four shots and two blocks Tuesday in a 6-5 loss to St. Louis.
Keith got Chicago on the board midway through the first period, the 100th tally of his distinguished career. He later set up Patrick Kane's power-play goal and has now collected two points in three of his last four games. Keith is also riding a four-game point streak, with a goal and five assists in that time. Keith's days of being an elite point-producer are in the rear view mirror, although he may be worth adding and riding while he's enjoying his current hot stretch.
Keith notched an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Wild.
Keith has an assist in three of his last five games. The 36-year-old is at just 15 points to go with 72 shots on goal and 91 blocked shots in 44 contests this season. He's closing in on some career milestones -- Keith needs one goal to reach 100 tallies, one more assist to get to 500 helpers and two points for 600.
Keith recorded a power-play assist, four blocked shots and two shots on goal in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Panthers.
Keith had the secondary assist on Drake Caggiula's third-period tally. The defenseman is up to 14 points, 89 blocks and 70 shots in 42 games this season. More recently, he's earned five assists in his last 10 outings.
Keith notched an assist, four blocked shots and two shots on goal in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Red Wings.
Keith has five helpers in his last five games. The 36-year-old blueliner is up to 11 points, 55 shots and 67 blocks in 34 contests this season. He's well below last year's 40-point pace -- currently, Keith is tracking to land between 20 and 25 points in 2019-20. He'll continue to see a lot of ice time, but his current offensive surge will likely soon fizzle out.
Keith managed an assist in Thursday's 7-5 loss to the Canucks.
Keith had a helper on Patrick Kane's second tally of the game, but that would be the last goal the Blackhawks scored. With four assists in as many games, Keith has seemingly found his groove on offense again. The 36-year-old has just 10 points to go with 53 shots on goal and 63 blocked shots through 33 outings.
Keith recorded a pair of assists, two shots on goal, three blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 5-2 win over the Islanders.
Keith had secondary assists on Dennis Gilbert's and Alex DeBrincat's goals. The pair of helpers were Keith's first points in five games since returning from a groin injury. The 36-year-old blueliner now has eight points, 51 shots on goal, 61 blocks and a minus-1 rating through 30 appearances. He'll be expected to handle more responsibility with Calvin de Haan and Brent Seabrook both out for the year after shoulder surgeries.
Keith (groin) had six shots on goal and was minus-2 with two blocks in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to Colorado.
Keith was in the lineup for the first time since Nov. 30 and ended up leading the Blackhawks in shots and ice time (23:16). The 36-year-old has just one goal and five assists in 26 games this season and hasn't found the scoresheet since Nov. 7, an 11-game point drought.
Keith (groin) will return to the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Avalanche, Chris Kuc of The Athletic reports.
Keith has been sidelined since Nov. 30 with a groin injury, but he was a full participant at Monday's practice, which was the first sign he was likely closing in on a return. The veteran rearguard will skate on the Blackhawks' first pairing and second power-play unit against Colorado.
Keith (groin) logged a full practice Monday and hopes to be ready for Wednesday's home game versus the Avalanche, Carter Baum of the Blackhawks' official site reports.
The 36-year-old defenseman has spent that last nine games in the press box, but he just needs to avoid a setback to suit up Monday. Keith's fantasy prowess has been low this year, generating just six points over 25 games, but he does contribute well defensively with 50 blocked shots. The veteran will need to be activated from IR before re-entering the lineup.
Keith (groin) won't travel during the team's upcoming three-game road trip, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
Keith still hasn't started skating after suffering a groin injury Nov. 29, so it's not surprising that he'll sit out for a few more contests. The Blackhawks recalled Adam Boqvist for the trip since Olli Maatta is dealing with the flu as well. Keith will aim to get healthy for a matchup against the Wild on Dec. 15.
Coach Jeremy Colliton said Sunday that Keith (groin) hasn't returned to skating yet and is classified as week-to-week, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
The fact that Keith has yet to return to the ice is evidence that his timetable is still uncertain for a return. Colliton confirmed the notion, saying that Keith is unlikely for the team's upcoming three-game road trip that starts Tuesday in Vegas. Slater Koekkoek will continue to occupy a top-four role until Keith or Olli Maatta (illness) is ready to return.
The Blackhawks placed Keith (groin) on injured reserve Friday.
Keith will be eligible to return whenever he's deemed fit to play, but at this point there's no telling when that might be. Slater Koekkoek will continue to occupy a top-four role until Keith or Olli Maatta (illness) is ready to return.
Keith (groin) will miss Chicago's next two games at a minimum, Eric Lear of the Blackhawks' official site reports.
Keith will miss Thursday's matchup with Boston and Friday's game against New Jersey, but it sounds like the Blackhawks are still holding out hope that he'll be ready to return Sunday against Arizona. Slater Koekkoek will continue to round out Chicago's depth at defense until Keith is ready to return.
Keith (groin) is ruled out for Monday's matchup against the Blues, Tracey Myers of NHL.com reports.
The team didn't provide any further details about Keith's timeline for return besides the fact that he'll miss a second straight game. Since the Blackhawks are up against the salary cap, they won't recall another player and will opt to roll out 11 forwards and six defensemen for the divisional clash.
|Last 7 Games|
|02/28||vs DET||W 7-2||0||0||0||+1||19:25|
|02/27||vs DET||L 3-5||0||0||0||-1||21:20|
|02/25||@ CLB||W 2-0||0||0||0||0||24:16|
|02/23||@ CLB||W 6-5 (SO)||0||1||1||+2||26:16|
|02/19||@ CAR||L 3-5||0||0||0||0||24:33|
|02/17||@ DET||W 2-0||0||1||1||+1||22:06|
|02/15||@ DET||W 3-2 (OT)||0||0||0||-1||23:33|
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