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Crawford back in net, Bolland still out for Blackhawks

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Corey Crawford will be back in goal this afternoon as the Blackhawks play the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena. Crawford left Thursday night's game in St. Louis after the first period, as he stumbled out of the crease and skated to the tunnel hunched over. But Hawks coach Joel Quenneville said Crawford was "fine," and he skated Friday morning and backed up Ray Emery in the Hawks' 4-3 overtime victory against Columbus.

Second-line center Dave Bolland will not play today, his fifth straight missed game. But Quenneville said it's likely that Bolland will return from his upper-body injury Tuesday at home against the Minnesota Wild.

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Mark Lazerus was honored nationally by the Associated Press Sports Editors for three straight years at the Post-Tribune, was named one of the top three columnists in Indiana for three straight years and has won more than 20 statewide writing awards. He has covered Notre Dame for Sun-Times Media, and now covers the Blackhawks.



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