LOS ANGELES -- It wasn't all good for the Chicago Blackhawks in their win over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday. Forward Daniel Carcillo suffered what a lower-body injury after getting tied up with Drew Doughty along the half-wall, near the Kings' bench, in the third period.
Doughty was called for interference at 10:44 of the period, but Carcillo, who was slow to get up and gingerly made his way to the Blackhawks' bench skating under his own power, will likely not be in the lineup Sunday in Phoenix and could miss several more games.
Carcillo was skating on the top line with Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa.
"Danny's going to miss some time here," coach Joel Quenneville said following Chicago's 5-2 victory. "We'll know more exactly of the time frame [Sunday]."
Carcillo missed the second half of last season after tearing the ACL in his left knee on Jan. 2 against Edmonton. He had surgery 15 days later.
Quenneville said it's "likely" that 20-year-old rookie Brandon Saad will get a chance to play as a result of Carcillo's injury. Saad played in two games last season. He was recently named the player of the week in the AHL and put up 20 points in 31 games with the Rockford Ice Hogs.
Before getting hurt, Carcillo had played 17 shifts totaling 10:53 of ice time. He had an assist on Hossa's first goal and was a plus-3.
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