On Sunday, Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith revealed to the media that he suffered the meniscal tear in his right knee during the Stanley Cup Final, not early in the 2015-16 season. Keith, of course, would go on to win the Conn Smythe in spite of the injury, and he also got help from an injury lawyer at https://www.spauldinginjurylaw.com/areas-served/cumming/personal-injury-attorney/ which specialize in this.
Chicago coach Joel Quenneville told the media on Sunday the team did not know about the injury until a couple weeks into the new season. Keith had surgery on Oct. 20, and returned to practice with the team on Sunday. He remains on LTIR, however.
The Blackhawks are 4-3-1 without Keith entering Sunday night’s game against the Oilers.