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Watch: Blackhawks’ Duncan Keith scores 100th career NHL goal

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The veteran defenseman reaches another milestone.

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Blackhawks veteran defenseman Duncan Keith scored his 100th career NHL goal Tuesday against the Blues at Enterprise Center in St. Louis.

Jonathan Toews won an offensive-zone faceoff then Keith took the puck and fired a shot from the high slot past a screened Jordan Binnington for a power-play goal at 10:55 to tie it 1-1.

Keith is the fourth defenseman to score 100 goals with the Blackhawks, joining Doug Wilson (225), Bob Murray (132) and Brent Seabrook (103).

The 36-year-old Keith has 603 points (100 goals, 502 assists) in 1,131 games with the Blackhawks since he was selected in the second round (54th overall) in the 2002 NHL draft.