The Detroit Red Wings will face off against the Chicago Blackhawks in less than an hour (12:30 PM EST, NBC, NHL Network Canada/97.1 FM), and the Hawks waited until this morning to announce their starting goaltender, as noted by the Chicago Tribune's Chris Kuc:
Corey Crawford returns in goal for the Chicago Blackhawks as they face the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena on Sunday afternoon in Detroit. Crawford left the Hawks' game against the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night after one period and then did not play Friday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets due to an upper-body injury as Ray Emery got the call.
Dave Bolland will miss this fifth consecutive game with an upper-body injury, which a source said are symptoms related to a concussion. Coach Joel Quenneville said Sunday morning Bolland will likely return to the lineup when the Hawks face the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night at the United Center.
Jimmy Howard will start in goal for the Wings, who enter the gam...