Corey Crawford G CHI 3 Days

Crawford (upper body) took part in Tuesday's morning skate but is unlikely to play Tuesday night, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Crawford was feeling good enough to take the ice Tuesday, but it appears he will miss at least one more game, as Scott Darling was the first goalie off the ice following Tuesday's morning skate. While Crawford will likely miss his fifth straight game Tuesday night, it appears he will have a chance to return for Chicago's next game Thursday.

Corey Crawford G CHI 3 Days

Crawford (upper body) could get the start Tuesday night against the Ducks, CSN Chicago reports.

Crawford has missed the last four games with the upper-body injury, but has practiced since Saturday. This would be a good spot for a Crawford return in a battle between two of the better Western Conference teams. When starting, Crawford has had good success against the Ducks with a record of 7-4-1 with a 1.97 goals-against average against Anaheim.

Corey Crawford G CHI 5 Days

Crawford (upper body) could return this week, but will be reevaluated Monday, ESPN Chicago reports.

Crawford didn't join the Blackhawks on their road trip last week and skated on his own Saturday in Chicago. Scott Darling started the back end of back-to-back games Saturday and Sunday in his place. It's unclear when exactly he will return at this point, but Monday's evaluation should shed a little more light on the situation.

Corey Crawford G CHI 6 Days

Crawford (upper body), who skated at Saturday's practice and could skate at Sunday's practice, is not expected to be in goal Sunday against the Senators, Blackhawks' coach Joel Quenneville told CSN Chicago.

With not being in goal on Sunday, Crawford will have missed four goals in a row. The good news is that he is practicing so there is probably a good chance he will be in goal in a good test at home against Anaheim on Tuesday. If Crawford faces the Ducks, he has a 7-4-1 record in 12 games started in his career against Anaheim with a 2.02 goals against average and a .921 save percentage.

Corey Crawford G CHI 6 Days

Crawford (upper body) skated on his own Saturday back in Chicago and is expected to do so again Sunday, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.

The Blackhawks haven't ruled Crawford out from playing when the team returns home for Sunday's game against the Senators, but it seems highly unlikely that coach Joel Quenneville would turn to Crawford just a day after he returned to the ice. Instead, it's expected that No. 3 goalie Scott Darling will step in to make the start Sunday, with Crawford on track to return for the game after that on Tuesday versus the Ducks.

Corey Crawford G CHI 8 Days

Coach Joel Quenneville said Thursday that Crawford (upper body) could begin skating in the next day or two,'s Tracey Myers reports.

The Blackhawks continue to view Crawford's upper-body injury as short-term concern, with the team only ruling him out for their next two games thus far. With Crawford unavailble Thursday, Antti Raanta will make the start against the Predators. Raanta or call-up Scott Darling would then be called upon to man the net in the final game of the Blackhawks' road trip, which will take place Saturday in St. Louis.

Corey Crawford G CHI 9 Days

Crawford (upper body) will not join the Blackhawks for their two-game road trip, Tracey Myers of the CSN Chicago reports.

Coach Joel Quenneville acknowledged that Crawford could start skating on his own over the next few days, but he wouldn't have been back to full health by the end of the team's road trip. The Blackhawks are still labeling his injury as a day-to-day ailment, with the hope that he'll be able to return to the net at some point during the team's homestand beginning Oct. 26. While he's out, Antti Raanta figures to make both of the next two starts for the Blackhawks, though the newly-recalled Scott Darling could also be called upon to make a turn.

Corey Crawford G CHI 9 Days

Crawford (upper body) didn't practice Wednesday, Scott King of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Crawford didn't start Tuesday due to the unspecified upper-body injury. The fact that he was held out of practice Wednesday leaves his status in doubt for Thursday's game against the Predators. If he can't go, Antti Raanta will likely receive another start in net.

Corey Crawford G CHI 10 Days

Crawford is actually dealing with an upper body injury, and not an illness as first reported, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.

The extent of Crawford's injury is uncertain, but it clouds his status for the Blackhawks' next couple games more than an illness would have. Antti Raanta will start in Crawford's place Tuesday and serve as Chicago's primary goaltender until Crawford is able to get back between the pipes.

Corey Crawford G CHI 10 Days

Crawford will not start Tuesday as expected due to an illness, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.

It was announced Monday that Crawford would start Tuesday's game, but he will no longer do so after coming down with the illness. Antti Raanta will get the start in Crawford's place.