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The Victory Formation:
Duncan Keith has had one heck of a an early summer. First, his son Colton was born just six weeks ago, and then the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup. I’m going to assume that the birth of his son was the better day, but capturing the Cup has to be close behind it. The best thing about his son being born first is that they were given the opportunity to celebrate the victory together. Duncan Keith with his little one. Media now on the ice. Always a great moment to be part of pic.twitter.com/TCF5RXaSiD — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) June 25, 2013 Those headphones are huge on that poor child’s head. So while he protected his kid from loud noises, he decided it would be fun to put the kid into the Cup: Thankfully his son was wearing a diaper and pants, so this didn’t happen. H/T FTW
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