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Projected lineups for Ducks, Blackhawks

Tuesday, 02.12.2013 / 2:18 PM

By Brian Hedger - Correspondent / 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

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Projected lineups for Ducks, Blackhawks

CHICAGO -- Both the Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks had some minor injury updates after their morning skates at United Center on Tuesday.

Joel Quenneville said Daniel Carcillo (knee sprain), Steve Montador (upper body) and Rostislav Olesz (knee) all skated on their own prior to the Blackhawks taking the ice for their team skate. Carcillo was injured in the third period of the season's first game at the Los Angeles Kings, and Montador is believed to be dealing with concussion symptoms that date to last season. Olesz is up with the Blackhawks rehabbing a knee injury that happened late last season in Rockford of the American Hockey League.

Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller did get on the ice for the skate at some point in his attempt to return from a lower-body injury that happened last Friday night at the Dallas Stars.

Here is a look at how the teams are likely to line up Tuesday night:


Kyle PalmieriRyan GetzlafCorey Perry

Emerson EtemBobby RyanTeemu Selanne

Andrew CoglianoSaku KoivuDaniel Winnik

Matt BeleskeyNick BoninoBrad Staubitz

Francois BeaucheminSheldon Souray

Luca SbisaToni Lydman

Bryan AllenBen Lovejoy

Viktor Fasth

Jeff Deslauriers

Scratches: Jordan Hendry, Rickard Rakell, Sami Vatanen

Injuries: Cam Fowler (upper body), Jonas Hiller (lower body, day to day)


Brandon Saad - Jonathan Toews - Marian Hossa

Patrick Sharp - Dave Bolland - Patrick Kane

Bryan Bickell - Andrew Shaw - Viktor Stalberg

Jamal Mayers - Marcus Kruger - Michael Frolik

Duncan Keith - Brent Seabrook

Niklas Hjalmarsson - Johnny Oduya

Nick Leddy - Michal Rozsival

Corey Crawford

Ray Emery

Scratches: Daniel Carcillo, Brandon Bollig, Sheldon Brookbank

Injuries: Carcillo (lower body, out indefinitely), Steve Montador (upper body, out indefinitely)

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