and Duncan Keith
are regarded as cornerstones for the rapidly improving defense of the new Chicago Blackhawks. It almost sounds like a promising plotline of a movie: A comeback story about the long, cold winters of a legendary franchise finally triumphing in the big, bad Western Conference.
It’s still too early to tell how the movie will end, but with characters like Seabrook and Keith, a heroic ending could well be in the cards.
Seabrook and Keith, who have been the team’s rock-solid defensive pair since their NHL debuts during the 2005-06 season, have had starring roles in the team’s early success this year.
The players share time on the Chicago defense and each stresses the importance of maintaining conditioning and strength training in the summer, long before the thought of training camp creeps into summertime thoughts.
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