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Blackhawks goalie Ray Emery leaves game early

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Blackhawks goaltender Ray Emery left Wednesday night's game at Edmonton with about 6:11 left in the first period after apparently suffering an injury. Corey Crawford replaced him.

Emery dressed as Crawford's backup on Monday night in Vancouver, but missed the previous two games with an unspecified lower-body injury. Carter Hutton, called up from Rockford when Emery was first hurt, has been traveling with the Hawks, and under NHL rules can be used in an emergency situation.

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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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