Blackhawks show Sharks their bite

Keith returns to the ice after losing seven teeth, proving these Hawks mean business

Updated: May 24, 2010, 12:59 PM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- The face of hockey, the window to the pain and sacrifice it takes to play this game, is frozen like the Indian head at the center of the United Center floor.

The hair is typical, long and greasy and poking out of the back of an old free hat honoring Tony Esposito. The eyes are languid, the mouth shy, concealing a void where its teeth used to be. The lips are bloodied and unhurried.

Duncan Keith, all beardy and sweaty and hockey humble, is trying to tell ...

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