Brent Seabrook and Duncan Keith watched the Cubs at Wrigley instead of playing preseason game

SHARE Brent Seabrook and Duncan Keith watched the Cubs at Wrigley instead of playing preseason game
CPoRhAyWoAA1m1e.jpg

Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook have been two of the most prominent Blackhawks players over the last half decade.

However, with the Blackhawks playing the Red Wings for their second in back-to-back preseason games, the two defensemen are nowhere near Detroit. In fact, they are at Wrigley Field.

Seabrook, Keith, and Andrew Desjardins were sitting right up close while watching the Cubs play the Brewers Wednesday night.

For the last few seasons, Keith and Seabrook have played a lot of minutes for the Blackhawks, and that’s putting it mildly.

So fans should be able to understand why the second preseason game isn’t as crucial for the defensemen who were playing well into July.

Without them, the Blackhawks trailed 2-1 heading into the third period against Detroit.

Keith didn’t play at all in their first game Tuesday. Both Seabrook and Desjardins played double digit minutes, with Seabrook having the most for the team with more than 24 minutes of ice time.

The Latest
Woman loved her late parents but wants to clarify her fuzzy memories of inappropriate touching.
Two homeowners with past-due water bills are Chicago City Council members, a Sun-Times investigation found. Two more of their colleagues paid up only after Sun-Times reporters asked about their overdue bills. One water bill deadbeat is the brother of Alfonzo “Randy” Conner, who heads the city Department of Water Management.
Organized by a well-known lobbyist and a construction executive once caught up in a fraud case, the fundraiser for Bob Berlin drew contributions from, among others, two companies that are banned from some government work.
In uncharacteristically hushed tones during a speech that later pivoted to his populist agenda, Trump gave an account of the shooting which he said “you will never hear from me a second time because it’s actually too painful to tell.”