Blackhawks defender and legend Duncan Keith was a guest on "Off the Ice with Kathryn Tappen" and shared some insights to his life in Chicago.
He talks about his desire to go to more Bears games and his love of baseball. He says if he wasn't playing hockey, he would've played baseball but he isn't sure he'd make it to MLB, though admits he always dreamed of playing hockey. It was a dream his father had a big part in.
He talks a lot about teammate Brent Seabrook and the 1,000+ games they've played together as teammates.
"It's been an awesome relationship, it's been a lot of fun. We're both guys from out west. We lived together our first year in the NHL," Keith said. "I know that a lot of my success has been because of him. He's a great friend and a great teammate."
Keith says Seabrook loves baseball as well, specifically the Cubs, and is a big heckler from behind the dugout. Keith said he liked the Cubs and the White Sox.
He also ponders a hypothetical trip to the moon and whether or not he'd accept it. It all hinges to him on the effects on the body and whether or not he could bring some one.
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