Carcillo (concussion) has medical clearance to play for the Blackhawks during their second-round series with the Wild, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Carcillo confirmed that he has been sidelined by a concussion, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.Carcillo rejoined the Hawks this week, but at this stage, it's still unclear when he might return to the team's lineup.
Carcillo (upper body) was a participant in Tuesday's morning skate, NHL.com's Brian Hedger reports.Carcilllo is still awaiting medical clearance to play, but believes that could come as soon as Wednesday. The winger will sit out his 13th straight game Tuesday, with his last appearance coming March 26. It appears unlikely at this stage that he'll be able to draw back into the Blackhawks' lineup before the first-round matchup with the Predators concludes.
Carcillo (upper body) has yet to resume skating, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.At this point, it appears doubtful that Carcillo will make an appearance for the Blackhawks during their first-round series with the Predators. The tough winger hasn't appeared in a game since suffering the injury March 26 against the Flyers.
Carcillo (upper body) will remain out of the lineup Tuesday against the Wild, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.Carcillo will miss his seventh straight game with the injury, and there's no clear indication on when he might be due to return. Those hoping for help in the PIM and hits categories from Carcillo over the final week of the regular season should go ahead and explore other options.
Carcillo (upper body) will not play Friday against the Blue Jackets, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.Carcillo wasn't present for Friday's morning skate after suffering the injury two days ago against the Flyers, so it appears safe to rule him out for the game. Teuvo Teravainen will enter the lineup in Carcillo's place.
Carcillo is dealing with an upper-body injury and is being listed as day-to-day, ESPN Chicago's Scott Powers reports.Carcillo was absent from Thursday's practice after likely sustaining the injury in Wednesday's game against the Flyers. The rugged winger, who has produced eight points in 39 games this season, is uncertain to be ready to play in time for Friday's tilt with the Blue Jackets.
Carcillo, who did not skate against the Avalanche on Friday as he was attending the funeral of late teammate Steve Montador, might be back in the lineup on Sunday against the Bruins, CSN Chicago reports.
Carcillo, who returned Friday after a six-game suspension and a healthy scratch on Tuesday, is expected to remain in the lineup for Sunday matinee's game at St. Louis, CSN Chicago reports.
Carcillo will rejoin the lineup for Friday's game against the Jets, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.Carcillo recently served a six-game suspension, and he was then a healthy scratch for Tuesday's game in Minnesota. His return to the lineup will push Joakim Nordstrom to the press box.
Carcillo is expected to be a healthy scratch for Tuesday's game against the Wild, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.Carcillo is eligible to return from his six-game suspension, but he didn't skate among the top four lines during Tuesday's morning skate, which indicates that he'll be scratched.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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