Carlsson is not on the team's 31-man roster for the playoffs.
The 23-year-old joined the team's Phase 3 camp with hopes of making the final roster. Carlsson suited up in six games for the Blackhawks this campaign, collecting an assist through an average of 14:08 of ice time. Along with Carlsson, Chad Krys, Brandon Hagel, Reese Johnson and Matt Tomkins were left off the final roster.
Carlsson (concussion) was plus-2 with two shots on goal, two blocks and two hits in Wednesday's 6-2 win over San Jose.
Carlsson missed the previous two games but returned Wednesday to log 18:08 of ice time. The 22-year-old rookie blueliner has appeared in six games with the Blackhawks, registering one assist and a plus-3 rating.
Carlsson (concussion) will return to action Wednesday against the Sharks, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Carlsson pieced together 26 points (five goals, 21 assists) over 48 contests with AHL Rockford and has added an assist over his first five big-league tilts. The blueliner will replace Nick Seeler in Wednesday's tilt.
Carlsson is still in the NHL's concussion protocol and won't suit up in Sunday's game against St. Louis, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Carlsson will miss his second straight contest after he took a puck to the side of the head in Thursday's win over the Oilers. In his stead, Adam Boqvist (wrist) is back healthy to enter the lineup. Carlsson's next chance to suit up is Wednesday's game against the Sharks.
Carlsson is in the NHL's concussion protocol and won't play Friday against Detroit.
Carlsson is evidently still feeling the effects of the puck he took to the side of his head during Thursday's win over Edmonton. The 22-year-old blueliner will be reevaluated ahead of Sunday's game against St. Louis.
Carlsson won't return to Thursday's game against the Oilers and is undergoing further evaluation.
The rookie defenseman took a deflected shot from Kris Russell to the side of the head and immediately went to the locker room. It's a tough time for Carlsson to get hurt, as he had one assist while averaging 13:46 of ice time in his past four NHL games. Expect the team to be cautious with the 23-year-old and update his status ahead of Friday's game against Detroit.
Chicago promoted Carlsson from AHL Rockford on Saturday, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Erik Gustafsson will likely be traded prior to Monday's deadline, so Carlsson could be in for an extended stay with the big club. The 22-year-old Swede has notched five goals and 26 points while posting a plus-3 rating in 48 games with Rockford this campaign.
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