Corey Crawford was not at Blackhawks practice on Friday morning, and is day-to-day with an “upper-body injury,” according to coach Joel Quenneville.
Crawford was run over in the third period against Anaheim. He was slow to get up from the hit, but did finish the game.
With Crawford out, the Hawks have recalled goaltender Henrik Karlsson from Rockford.
Karlsson, 29, was acquired from Calgary on Jan. 21 and made his Rockford debut on Feb. 1 at San Antonio. With the IceHogs this season, Karlsson is 2-2-0 with a 2.23 goals-against average and a .919 save percentage. Listed at 6-6 and 209-pounds, he appeared in 26 NHL games with the Flames from 2010 to 2012.