Dallas (6th - Central) at Chicago (1st - Central)

Matchup Details
Sun, Dec 11 - United Center
FACEOFF - 7:00 PM ET
W/LATSMONEYHomeAwayO/U
Dallas 11-12-6-010-19-17347-4-2-04-8-4-014-15
Chicago 17-8-3-112-17-36711-2-2-16-6-1-08-15
CONSENSUS ANALYSIS
 
RECENT TRENDS
INJURY REPORT
Dallas
PPlayerStatusNotes
RWJ. Hudler
Ques Sun
Illness
12/11/16
Hudler has been activated from the injured reserve list after recovering from an illness and it is uncertain if he will return Sunday against the Blackhawks.
DJ. Oduya
Ques Sun
Lower Body
12/11/16
Oduya is on injured reserve while recovering from a lower-body injury and it is unclear if he will be available for Sunday's game against the Blackhawks.
DJ. Honka
Out indefinitely
Arm
12/09/16
Honka has been placed on the injured reserve list and will miss an undetermined amount of time after suffering an injury to his arm.
LWP. Sharp
Out indefinitely
Concussion
12/05/16
Sharp has been placed on injured reserve due to concussion-like symptoms and there is no timetable for a return.
CM. Janmark
out for season
Knee
11/21/16
Janmark will be sidelined for five-to-six months after undergoing surgery on his knee and is on injured reserve.
RWA. Hemsky
out for season
Hip
10/31/16
Hemsky had surgery to repair a hip injury and is expected to miss five-to-six months of action, ending his season.
Chicago
PPlayerStatusNotes
DB. Seabrook
Ques Sun
Upper Body
12/09/16
Seabrook missed the last game with an upper-body injury and is uncertain to return for Sunday's game against the Stars.
GC. Crawford
Late Dec
Appendix
12/06/16
Crawford is on injured reserve after undergoing an appendectomy and will require two-to-three weeks to recover.
CJ. Toews
Mid Dec
Back
12/04/16
Toews has been placed on the injured reserve list with a back injury and is expected to miss an additional five-to-seven days.
NEWS

Covers Preview - Injury-depleted Chicago hosts Dallas on Sunday and, while their rival Stars take the United Center ice, the Blackhawks hope to have three of their own marquee players back in action soon. Chicago, which leads the rugged Central Division by two points over second-place St. Louis and 10 over Dallas, is managing to stay afloat without captain Jonathan Toews, top-two defenseman Brent Seabrook and No. 1 goaltender Corey Crawford in the lineup.

 
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