When the Blackhawks took the ice as a team for the first time since mid-March on Monday, one notable player was missing.
Goaltender Corey Crawford was not with the team. Head Coach Jeremy Colliton said Crawford is “unfit to participate” in practice. He went on to say the other goaltenders in camp – Malcolm Subban, Collin Delia, Kevin Lankinen and Matt Tomkins – will have an equal opportunity to earn ice time.
“For now, it’s an opportunity for those guys to compete,” Colliton told the media.
He went on to say: “At the end, we’re going to have to make a decision.”
Nothing specific regarding Crawford’s health or anything else was shared by anyone with the organization.