Blackhawks Corey Crawford skates for first time since injury

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CHICAGO – Corey Crawford was back on the ice Saturday for the first time since the end of December.

Head coach Joel Quenneville said he skated back home in Chicago and is expected to do the same on Sunday.

The last time Crawford was in net for the Blackhawks was two days before Christmas, in a 4-1 loss to the New Jersey Devils.

The Hawks have gone 7-7-2 in the past 16 games without him.

Anton Forsberg and Jeff Glass have taken over the goaltending duties in the meantime.

Glass, a Calgary native, will start between the pipes Saturday night against the Flames.

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