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Duncan Keith

Duncan Keith
  • Born: 07/16/1983
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 185cm
  • Weight: 90kg
  • Birthplace: Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Hometown: Penticton, British Columbia

KEITH_DuncanDuncan Keith made his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010, helping Canada capture the gold medal. Keith recorded six assists, but his 145 minutes and ten seconds of ice time in seven games led the Canadian team. Keith has twice played at the IIHF World Championship. In 2008 he helped Canada win the silver medal. He returned to the tournament in 2012.


2010 and 2014 Olympic Champion… 2008 World Silver Medallist… Two-time Stanley Cup Champion (2010, 2013)… 2010 Norris Trophy Winner as NHL’s top defenceman…


Attended Michigan State University… Created the Keith Relief Foundation, a charity dedicated to alleviating the financial and emotional burdens of families and individuals dealing with medical crises… Sports idols: Wayne Gretzky and Bobby Orr… Favourite movies: Braveheart, Usual Suspects… Favourite TV show: Breaking Bad… Enjoys boating… Parents David and Jean… Brother Cameron and sister Rebecca…


IIHF World Championships: 2012 – 5th; 2008 – SILVER

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