De Haan (wrist) is playing Sunday against the Canucks, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. A wrist injury held de Haan out of action Saturday, but he apparently feels good enough to take the ice Sunday. The defenseman hasn't recorded a point while averaging 18:26 TOI/G through 16 contests this season.
De Haan (wrist) isn't expected to play Saturday versus the Oilers, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. De Haan is technically listed as a game-time decision, but it's probably safe to assume he won't be available for Saturday night's matchup with Edmonton. Either way, the 30-year-old blueliner has gone scoreless through 16 games this season, so his absence shouldn't impact any fantasy lineups.
De Haan has a sore right wrist and is not participating at team practice Friday. The 30-year-old has been a fixture in Chicago's lineup this year, suiting up for all 16 games. De Haan yet to record a point, though, instead chipping in physically with 30 hits and 37 blocked shots. His status for Saturday's game in Edmonton is currently unclear.
De Haan (hip) skated with Wyatt Kalynuk on Chicago's third pairing during Thursday's practice, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports. The oft-injured de Haan was limited to 44 games last season due to various issues, picking up 10 points over that span, but he appears to be healthy for the start of camp. Assuming he's able to avoid the injury bug, de Haan should be a regular in the Blackhawks' bottom four during the upcoming campaign.
De Haan (hip) isn't listed among the expected lineup changes for Monday's game against the Hurricanes, so he'll remain sidelined, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. De Haan's running out of time to return to action with the 2020-21 campaign winding down. His last appearance came April 21, when de Haan skated just 3:50 before leaving the game due to his hip injury flaring up.
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