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Duncan Keith Vs. Brent Seabrook- Who’s One Step Closer to a Career in the NFL?

September 19th, 2013 at 5:41 PM
By Andrew McIntyre

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Chicago Blackhawks defensemen Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook were on hand for today's press conference at Soldier Field in Chicago. The press conference was to formerly announce the NHL Stadium Series game between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Pittsburgh Penguins that will be played on March 1, 2014 at Soldier Field.

After the press conference, the two defensemen had a friendly game where they both tried to shoot pucks between the uprights. Take a look at the video below:

As we can see, both players were far away and only taking wrist shots. Seabrook won the battle 3-2 – something that he will probably brag about around Keith for a while. 

So, with his ability for an accurate and clutch performance, one has to wonder if Seabrook can kick the ball. That remains to be seen, but if the NFL ever adopts a rule where you can shoot a hockey puck for a field goal, teams will surely be lined up to talk to Seabrook.

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2 Responses to “Duncan Keith Vs. Brent Seabrook- Who’s One Step Closer to a Career in the NFL?”

  1.  CSizzle says:

    Although Seabrook won the challenge, I will give it to Keith for decking the referee last week during their Notre Dame practice, that was crazy!

  2.  HockeyFan73 says:

    Well I will go with Seabrook because this is the only challenge I know of that they have done so far. He has a good smooth motion for releasing the puck so I am taking a chance and saying he could do it with his leg as well.

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