Keith Matthew Tkachuk is a former professional American ice hockey player who played in the National Hockey League for 18 years with the Winnipeg Jets, Phoenix Coyotes, St. Louis Blues and Atlanta Thrashers retired in 2010. His sons Matthew and Brady play for the Calgary Flame and the Ottawa Senators respectively. He is one of five US-born players to score 500 goals and the sixth US player to score 1,000 points. He is considered one of the greatest American-born players in NHL history.
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NHL left winger who became the first U.S.-born player to lead the league in goals. He was a 5-time All-Star best known for his days with the Winnipeg Jets, Phoenix Coyotes and St. Louis Blues.
He had 51 points in his rookie season, making it onto the NHL's All-Rookie Team.
He retired only the fourth American-born player to score 500 career goals.
He fathered three children with Chantal Oster.
He and Mike Modano were two of the few American-born players to top 500 career goals.
- Power forward (ice hockey) - In ice hockey, forward power is a loosely applied trait of a tall and strong striker, capable of playing fitness or scoring. Tables are equal, and who will most likely have the highest total points and penalties.
- Scouts St. Louis Blues
- Retired National Hockey League players
- Boston Terrier University ice hockey player
- Introduced into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame
- Olympic silver medalist athletes for the United States in ice hockey
- Atlanta Thrashers player
- Ice hockey players at the 1992. Winter Olympics
- Phoenix Coyotes player
- Ice hockey players at the 1998 Winter Olympics
- Medal winners at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games
- Ice hockey players at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games
- The ice hockey players come from Massachusetts
- Ice hockey players at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games
- National All-Star Hockey
- St. Louis Blues
Latest information about Keith Tkachuk updated on May 17 2021.