Corey Crawford was placed on the injured reserve Chicago Blackhawks on Monday when he got a concussion on Sunday against San Jose Sharks.
A 33-year-old goalkeeper was injured when a team-mate Dylan Strome knocked him 1:30 left the first season 7-3 loss.
Crawford missed the last 47 games in 2017-18 and the first five in this season recovering from a concussion.
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He is 6-14-2 and 3.28 goals on average and a .902 deposit in percent. In the 432 NHL game, all in Chicago, he is 236-138-47. In Stanley Cup's playoffs, he is 48-37 with 2.29 GAA and 1,919 as a percentage deposit, helping Blackhawks win the Cup in 2013 and 2015.
Chicago recalled goalkeeper Collin Delia Rockford's American hockey league on Monday. He played two Blackhawks games last season and was 1-1-0 with 3.96 GAA and .889 in percent.