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Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith says he meant no disrespect to women during an argument with a female radio reporter in Vancouver.
Keith, preparing for a game in Edmonton against the Oilers, said Wednesday he was ''fired up'' after Chicago lost 3-1 to the Vancouver Canucks.
Reporter Karen Thomson asked him about a possible penalty involving Canucks forward Daniel Sedin. Keith questioned her hockey knowledge and mockingly suggested she might be a candidate to become the NHL's first female referee.
Keith says he doesn't like losing and adds he doesn't differentiate between male and female reporters. Thomson said on Twitter she believes the comments were made in the heat of moment and she has moved on.
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Blackhawk Duncan Keith was asked about a non-call by TEAM 1040 reporter Karen Thompson last night after the Canucks clinched the Northwest with a win over Chicago. Keith hacked an about to score...
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As the resident woman around Puck Drunk Love, whenever some odd scandalous comment pops up that could be perceived as "anti-woman" or "misogynist" pops up, I take a look at it. Normally I mock it, like While the Men Watch or a Guide to Hockey for women. In Duncan Keith's case, I find myself, as a Blues fan, in the unfortunate position of defending a member...
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After losing to the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night 3-1, Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith was pretty annoyed with a female reporter. The play she is referring to is in the video above, where Keith takes a solid whack at Daniel Sedin following his goal.
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