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As the Detroit Red Wings prepare to face off against the win-deprived Chicago Blackhawks tonight (8 PM EST, FSD/CSN Chicago/TSN2/97.1 FM), the only good news I can give you is that Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk, who’s likely to miss two weeks after having his knee scoped, won’t be the only superstar sidelined tonight, as reported by CSN Chicago’s Tracey Myers:
Jonathan Toews is day to day with an upper-body injury and the Detroit Free Press reports that Pavel Datsyuk is out at least two weeks after having arthroscopic knee surgery today. It’s a big loss for each team, as they square off tonight for the fourth time this season.
Coach Joel Quenneville said Toews’ current injury is not the wrist injury that sidelined him before and during All-Star weekend. Quenneville didn’t have many details about the latest injury—“no defining blow” led to it—but Toews may have been playing through it.Continue reading "Red Wings-Blackhawks game-day updates: Datsyuk, Toews out for respective ...
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Detroit Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk is expected to miss two weeks after having arthroscopic surgery Tuesday to remove fragments from his right knee.
Datsyuk is Detroit's leading scorer with 59 points. Detroit has won a record 23 consecutive home games. The Red Wings play on the road Tuesday night at Chicago.
Datsyuk helped Detroit keep its streak going when he scored with...
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews will miss Tuesday night’s game against the Detroit Red Wings with an upper-body injury. The team indicated that he is day-to-day, and that this has nothing to do with any previous injuries (wrist). Brendan Morrison will … Continue reading →
Pavel Datsyuk will miss up to two weeks following knee surgery that was performed Tuesday in Detroit. (Photo by Dave Reginek)
Pavel Datsyuk did not travel with the ...
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Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews has been scratched from Chicago's game against the Detroit Red Wings with an upper-body injury.
Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk underwent minor arthroscopic knee surgery this morning and will be out at least two weeks, head coach Mike Babcock said this morning. "Everything is real good," Babcock said. "He had a fragment in his knee, an old thing that we wanted to clean up here, prior to playoff time.
Numerous reports state Pavel Datsyuk had his knee scoped and will miss at least two weeks.
Dan Cleary is expected to be back tonight.
Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews will miss Tuesday's game against the Detroit Red Wings (8 p.m. ET, NBCSN) with an upper-body injury.
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville told reporters in Chicago that the injury is not related to a wris...
The Blackhawks shook off the absence of captain Jonathan Toews on Tuesday to record a tight victory over the NHL's top team. No longer do they look like a team that nearly torpedoed their season at the start of the month.
Even without their star captain, the Chicago Blackhawks continue to find ways to win.
The Blackhawks will be without Jonathan Toews for a second straight contest as they try to match a season high with a fifth consecutive victory Thursday night against the Dallas Stars at the United Center.
With Toews scratched because of an upper-body injury, Chicago (33-21-7) beat rival and NHL...
Shortly after a dominating shift by Pavel Datsyuk's line, the Red Wings took a 1-0 lead when Henrik Zetterberg fired a backhand shot through traffic that surprised Antti Niemi at 6:30.