Blackhawks’ Corey Crawford out for 2-3 weeks with foot injury

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Corey Crawford and Bryan Bickell take to the ice before playing the Wild. — Scott Strazzante, Chicago Tribune, May 4, 2014

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The Chicago Blackhawks are back home against the Blues Wednesday night, but they won’t have goalie Corey Crawford.

He suffered what’s being called an “off-ice, lower body injury.”

Crawford said he “missed a step,” injuring his left foot while he was leaving a concert the other night.

He’ll be out for two to three weeks.

Also, WGN’s Dan Roan reports that Crawford’s name plate has been removed from his locker.

Antti Raanta will start in Wednesday night’s game while Scott Darling was recalled from rockford.

Patrick Sharp returned to practice for the first time in a month.


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