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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Thanks to a handful of injuries, the Blackhawks' lineup Thursday against the Minnesota Wild will look like this:


ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Dave Bolland had a big game against the NHL-leading Minnesota Wild to prepare for Wednesday, but he still couldn't avoid hearing about the derogatory remarks that Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault made about him earlier in the day.

UPDATE >>> Dave Bolland responds to the Canucks' remarks. Click here

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- It wasn't the first time Dave Bolland referred to Henrik and Daniel Sedin as "sisters." And, it probably won't be the last.

But Bolland created a stir in Vancouver after playing along with the hosts of "Blackhawks Live" on WGN-Radio (AM-720) and the Hawks friendly crowd at Harry Caray's in Chicago on Monday by referring to the Canucks' stars as "sisters" and saying there are "weirdos" in the city of Vancouver.


NOTE >>> Here's an updated story on Dave Bolland's injury situation. Click here.

Dave Bolland hasn't practiced in what seems like forever for the Blackhawks. He sat out Friday's morning skate before the Hawks played the New York Islanders, Thursday's practice at Johnny's IceHouse West and multiple ones before them too.

Bolland will still play against the Islanders and has played in the last seven games, but there are always injury concerns when it comes to the pesky center.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Sorry, Henrik and Daniel Sedin. Blackhawks center Dave Bolland will be back in the Blackhawks lineup Wednesday night after missing three games with a foot injury.

Dave Bolland's foot injury -- while not considered serious by the Hawks -- is going to take a few more days to recover before he can play again.


COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Dave Bolland is back on the mend. The pesky Blackhawks center is questionable with a lower-body injury and is expected to miss Thursday's game against the Blue Jackets.


By Ben Meyer-Abbott

Ben Smith practiced Monday for the first time since last Wednesday as he continued in his recovery from a concussion suffered Sept. 28.


By Ben Meyer-Abbott

Center Dave Bolland returns to the lineup Saturday for the Blackhawks.

With Dave Bolland suffering from an undisclosed upper-body injury and Ben Smith still recovering from a concussion, the Blackhawks recalled rookie center Brandon Pirri from the Rockford IceHogs on Thursday.


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