The Chicago Blackhawks continue to fall in the standings but Duncan Keith’s 100th career goal is something to be proud of.
The Chicago Blackhawks were in Missouri for their first game after the trade deadline against the St. Louis Blues. The Blues are the defending Stanley Cup Champions along with sitting at the top of the Western Conference. They are good and there is no way around that fact. The Blackhawks played them well but ended up falling 6-5. They got the Blues to play their offensive-minded game and still lost.
One note from the game that is considered a positive one, is the fact that defenseman Duncan Keith scored his 100th career goal. That is an incredible milestone for a two-way defenseman. It was a power-play goal assisted by Jonathan Toews. Keith has been sitting on 99 goals for a bit here so getting that 100th goal off his back is great to see.