No time for Duncan Keith to be tired now

No time for Duncan Keith to be tired now

There are 14 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Apr 10, 2009, titled No time for Duncan Keith to be tired now. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

After playing 1,942 minutes - or just more than 32 hours - this season, Duncan Keith isn't going to allow himself to be tired now.

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paul

Elmira, Canada

#1 Apr 10, 2009
Not only is Keith a key to the Hawks success he will play a big role in the 2010 olympics for Team Canada.
Chris

San Diego, CA

#2 Apr 10, 2009
Congrats on the fourth seed. Let's hope we get Calgary as they only skated with 3 lines tonight and are pretty banged up. Would much rather face Kiprosoff than Luongo at this point.
Thin The Herd

West Des Moines, IA

#3 Apr 10, 2009
Playoffs and home ice. The UC should be rocking.

The games against the Detroit will be kind of anti-climactic this weekend, other than the normal feelings of any Hawk fan for the dead wings.

Just get a good tune-up, rest a few guys like Keith, and keep everyone healthy.

Hope CV is ok. Sounds like it could be more serious than the Hawks are letting on at this point.
Lovedawings

United States

#4 Apr 11, 2009
Thin The Herd wrote:
Playoffs and home ice. The UC should be rocking.
The games against the Detroit will be kind of anti-climactic this weekend, other than the normal feelings of any Hawk fan for the dead wings.
Just get a good tune-up, rest a few guys like Keith, and keep everyone healthy.
Hope CV is ok. Sounds like it could be more serious than the Hawks are letting on at this point.
how many times chi in playoffs??????????
Rod from Tennessee

AOL

#5 Apr 11, 2009
A healthy Patrick Sharp for the playoffs would be a real plus. Vancouver or Calgary, i'm not sure which one the Hawks had the more success with; however, as they generally say, once the playoffs begin you can throw out the regular season stats.
ernest t bass

Woodridge, IL

#6 Apr 11, 2009
it's been a long journey out of the darkness for this storied franchise. props to Q, Savvy, Tallon, Rocky, and the kids. I vowed not to go see them again until they made the playoffs but broke that this year and was glad I did. man, are they fun to watch. Here's to continued solid play in the playoffs.
fingerscrossed

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Apr 11, 2009
they cennsored the word "like"????
Too many pc police. and this is the result!

“COMMIT TO THE INDIAN”

Since: Oct 08

Naperville

#9 Apr 11, 2009
The Hawks have home ice, how sweet it is. After so many years of watching bad teams we are finally able to see some quality playoff hockey in Chicago again. The Hawks were 4 wins over the Flames this year, and split against the Canucks, winning the first 2 games. I do hope that we get the Flames, cause there are a few former Hawks on the team.
Section 317

Westchester, IL

#10 Apr 11, 2009
Chris wrote:
Congrats on the fourth seed. Let's hope we get Calgary as they only skated with 3 lines tonight and are pretty banged up. Would much rather face Kiprosoff than Luongo at this point.
I couldn't agree with you more, Chris. Here's hoping the Canucks win their last game and/or Calgary coughs at least one more point to the Oilers tonight. Calgary is banged up right now, while the Canucks have no significant injuries.
Thin The Herd

Corpus Christi, TX

#11 Apr 11, 2009
Lovedawings wrote:
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how many times chi in playoffs??????????
how many times lovedaw repeat second grade?
Chico17

La Crosse, WI

#12 Apr 11, 2009
Yes! It's been a long season and home ice is finally ours. The Detroit games should be a nice tuneup for playoff hockey. Keep the feet moving boys.
Tony

Clermont, FL

#13 Apr 11, 2009
GO HAWKS!
WI Bear

Amery, WI

#14 Apr 11, 2009
Hawks just beat the Wings at the Joe!!!

Big Buff slaps in the penalty shot!!!

Sounds like the Hawks are playing the injury-riddled Flames ... yay!!!

GO HAWKS!!!
Bettman

Alsip, IL

#15 Apr 12, 2009
It all comes down to Bettman wanting to be the next Stern and be recognized as the Savior of the NHL for the ages. If he can't create parity the right way, he'll do it through the officials. Happy Easter, Bettman, you douche bag. By the way, who are you picking to win the cup, you self serving piece of garbage.

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