Stanley Cup champion. Conn Smythe trophy recipient. Norris Trophy winner. Michigan Avenue Magazine cover star.
These are all phrases that can be used to describe Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith. Earlier this week, Michigan Avenue Magazine celebrated its newest cover star with an outing at the Chicago Cut Steakhouse in Chicago. The 32-year-old is featured on the cover of the November issue of the magazine, which describes itself as “Chicago’s premier luxury lifestyle publication.”
Michigan Avenue Magazine President and Publisher Dan Uslan and Editor-in-Chief J.P. Anderson were on hand to toast Keith, and a variety of Chicago’s top personalities were on hand to celebrate the newest edition.
In the column written by J.P. Anderson, Keith discusses a variety of topics including what it was like to win the Stanley Cup in Chicago for the first time in 75 years.
“That made it really special; our fans deserved it. To be able to win the third one at home in front of our fans was just a surreal moment for everybody. I got some good video on my iPhone, so I always flip back and look at those things—the skating around on the ice, and video of the fans.”
Keith also talks about the Blackhawks’ chances of winning it all again this season, the Patrick Sharp trade and why he’s envious of Patrick Kane and Marian Hossa. Be sure to check out the entire post at MichiganAveMag.com, which can be found here.