After three Stanley Cups and 17 seasons in the NHL, Duncan Keith has called it a career.
The former Chicago Blackhawks defenseman officially retired Tuesday, ending his career a year to the day he was traded to the Edmonton Oilers to satisfy his desire to be closer to his family in western Canada.
Keith, 38, had 106 goals and 540 assists in 1,256 games. In 151 playoff games, he had 19 goals and 72 assists.
Keith had one goal and 20 assists in 64 games with the Oilers.
Keith was a two-time winner of the Norris Trophy (2010, 2014) as the best defenseman in the league and the 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy Winner as the postseason MVP.
Keith was named to the All-Star First Team in 2010 and 2014 and the Second Team in 2017, and played in the All-Star Game in 2008, 2011, 2015 and 2017.
The 2002 second-round draft pick scored 105 goals for the Hawks, one of four Hawks defensemen in the 100-goal club, and had 520 assists. His 1,192 games played are the second-most in franchise history behind Stan Mikita (1,396).