Found January 30, 2014 on NESN.com:
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The Chicago Blackhawks are experiencing a massive baby boom. In under three years, eight junior Hawks have joined the Blackhawks roster, and there are already two more on the way. The Chicago Parent recently talked to seven of the Blackhawks’ wives about these pint-sized, but plentiful additions to the team. “It’s brought us closer, you know, we’re more of a team now,” said Kelly-Rae Keith, wife of defenseman Duncan Keith. “It’s really nice to have a support system there with all the women, and we’re all in the same time frame in life, and the kids are going to grow up together.” In fact, some of the baby Blackhawks have already hit it off. Colton Keith and Carter Seabrook: the future of the #Blackhawks blue line? bit.ly/1a417qB http://t.co/SsJwpwWgFi— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) January 30, 2014 Keep an eye out for the February edition of The Chicago Parent for more photos and interviews with the Blackhawks’ wives. Filed under: Chicago Blackhawks, Top Stories
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