What is the Chicago black hawks have won three Stanley cups without the defender Duncan Keith?
The question deserves to be asked, while the former director-general of the formation of the Illinois Mike Smith said the site sports The Athletic that his former organization was passed on to two fingers to send back to the Philadelphia Flyers.
Smith, who was fired by the Blackhawks in October 2003, alleges that his replacement Bob Pulford has offered Keith and three other skaters in order to repatriate the veteran 34-year-old Jeremy Roenick and Tony Amonte. The two men had worn the uniform of Chicago in the 1990s.
According to Smith, it is the lockout of 2004-2005, which was made to abort the transaction because no exchange was allowed this year.
Keith has played an excellent season in the american hockey League during the lockout and the following season, he was a member of the Blackhawks. Since then, he has played 1138 games played for Chicago, scored 101 goals and provided 509 assists for a total of 610 points.
On their side, Roenick and Amonte have never been able to register more than 42 points in a season after the lockout. They retired in 2009 and 2007, respectively.