ANAHEIM, Calif. — Corey Crawford will get the start, his 13th in a row, when the Blackhawks face the Anaheim Ducks on Friday afternoon.
DENVER — The Blackhawks weren’t too happy with how they came out of Vancouver on Sunday.
Andrew Shaw was the first to hit the ice on Tuesday, something he hasn’t had the chance to do since Nov. 17.
DENVER – Antti Raanta sat in the Blackhawks’ locker room on both Saturday and Sunday night, officially backing up Corey Crawford against Edmonton and Vancouver, respectively.
Coach Joel Quenneville said Sunday that Andrew Shaw was close to making his return after sustaining an upper-body injury just before the annual Circus Trip.