Hossa, Shaw and Anisimov not traveling for Blackhawks regular season finale

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CHICAGO – The Blackhawks bench will be missing a few familiar faces tomorrow night in Columbus.

Marian Hossa, Artem Anisimov and Andrew Shaw are not making the trip for the regular season finale as they continue to heal up for the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Hossa, who now sits at 499 career regular season goals, will have to wait until next year to net his 500th.

Although all three will be missing in action against the Blue Jackets, Coach Joel Quenneville is confident they’ll be ready to go when the postseason begins.

One player who’s been sidelined the past few weeks that might be back on the ice tomorrow night is Corey Crawford.

If Crawford does play, it will be his first time between the pipes since March 14th.

You can catch tomorrow night’s game on WGN-TV starting at 6:00PM.


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