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Carcillo has been suspended for six games for cross-checking Mathieu Perreault of the Jets on Friday, NHL.com reports.

Given that Carcillo sat out Chicago's Sunday contest in advance of his hearing with the NHL, the forward's suspension will now run through the Blackhawks' next five games, which makes him eligible to return to action on Feb. 3.

Daniel Carcillo LW CHI 8 Days

Carcillo (knee) won't play Sunday against the Stars, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Carcillo, who faces a likely suspension for his cross-check on the Jets' Mathieu Perreault on Friday, will take a seat Sunday, with Joakim Nordstrom set to enter the Chicago lineup in his place.

Daniel Carcillo LW CHI 9 Days

Carcillo has been offered an in-person hearing for his cross check on the Jets' Mathieu Perreault in Friday's loss, according to the NHL's Department of Player Safety.

Perreault appears to be at risk of missing multiple games as a result of the hit from Carcillo, who looks like he'll be kept out of some upcoming games as a form of retribution by the league. It certainly doesn't bode well for the Blackhawks' fourth-liner that he's being invited for an in-person visit, as those types of arrangements often signify lengthier suspensions. Carcillo has a history of crossing the line on the ice, as he was previously docked six games just last postseason with the Rangers due to physical abuse of an official.

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Carcillo, who was a healthy scratch for the Blackhawks the last two games, returns to the lineup on Thursday in Minnesota, ESPN Chicago reports.

Carcillo will have a shot to redeem himself with Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville where he has sort of been recently in his doghouse. Before the two games as a healthy scratch, Carcillo logged less than double digits in minutes for the previous four games.

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Carcillo is expected to not be in the lineup on Sunday night against the Stars as the Blackhawks go with Joakim Nordstrom on the fourth line, NBC Chicago reports.

The luster is off the shine with Carcillo's return to the Blackhawks. It started out well, but lately he's had a hard time getting on the ice. He has not reached double figures in minutes for the last four games, averaging a little less than six minutes in each game of ice time. Carcillo still has four goals and three assists in 28 games and gives the Blackhawks some toughness on the ice.

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Carcillo returned to Colorado and will be skating with the Hawks on Wednesday night after being in Chicago for the birth of his child, CSN Chicago reports.

While Carcillo will not register significant points, he is key to the Blackhawks offense because of his physical play. In 11 games this season Carcillo has two goals and one assists with 11 hits and a pair of blocks. He recently returned to the lineup after missing three weeks because of a knee injury.

Daniel Carcillo LW CHI 2 Months

Carcillo, who missed three weeks because of a knee injury, got back on the ice on Sunday and skated a little less than nine minutes in the Blackhawks' 6-2 win over the Stars.

Before the injury Carcillo had between six to nine minutes of ice time so Sunday's outings is pretty much what you are going to get with him. He contributed three shots on goal, a block and two hits along two penalty minutes on Sunday. Carcillo is something that the Blackhawks need with his physical play.

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Carcillo (knee) will return to action Sunday against the Stars, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Saturday's demotion of Peter Regin to AHL Rockford signals that Carcillo will reclaim his spot on the fourth line after a three-week absence. Carcillo had one goal and collected two penalty minutes over his seven games prior to suffering the injury.

Daniel Carcillo LW CHI 2 Months

Carcillo (knee) remains on track to return to the lineup Sunday against the Stars, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Carcillo has continued to make progress in practices over the last few days to ensure the Blackhawks that he's day-to-day at this point. His participation in Sunday's morning skate figures to represent the final hurdle he needs to clear before the Blackhawks reinsert him on their fourth line.

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Carcillo (knee) is making excellent progress in his recovery and could return to the lineup as soon as Sunday's game against the Stars, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Carcillo resumed skating a couple days ago and joined the Blackhawks on the ice for Tuesday's morning session, an activity that he wasn't expected to take part in for at least another week. He'll likely attempt to increase his involvement in practice over the next couple of days in order to receive the go-ahead to return over the weekend. Once Carcillo is fully healthy, Peter Regin will likely be forced to head back to AHL Rockford.