Quenneville will draw into the Blackhawks lineup for Game 2.
Crawford starts Game 2 in Edmonton.
Caggiula was suspended for one game for his hit to the head on Tyler Ennis in Game 1.
Caggiula will be forced to miss Game 2 after being handed a one-game suspension on Sunday. Head coach Jeremy Colliton did not announce who will take hiss place in the lineup but Dylan Sikura seems like the logical choice.
Source: Ben Pope 08/3/20, 10:02 am EST
Crawford led the Blackhawks onto the ice for warmups.
Source: Tom Gulitti 08/1/20, 2:44 pm EST
Crawford (Covid-19) entered the bubble with his team on Sunday.
Crawford missed the start of Phase 3 training camp and it was revealed that absence was because the goaltender tested positive for Covid-19. On Sunday, he was included on the Blackhawks' playoff roster and travelled to Edmonton with the team. Head coach Jeremy Colliton said the team is "trying to get [Crawford] up to speed as quick as we can." It's unclear whether or not Crawford will be ready to start Wednesday's exhibition game vs. the Blues or Game 1 vs. the Oilers on Saturday.
The Blackhawks have signed Pius Suter to a one-year, entry-level contract.
Thr Blackhawks have signed Wyatt Kalynuk to a two-year, entry-level contract.
The Blackhawks have signed Matej Chalupa to a two-year, entry-level contract.
The Blackhawks have signed Ian Mitchell to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Chicago selected Mitchell in the second-round (No. 57 overall) in 2017 and he finished his junior season at the University of Denver with 32 points (10G / 22A) in 36 games. The 21-year-old defenseman was a part of Team Canada's World Junior team in 2019, scoring one goal with two assists in five games.
The Blackhawks signed Michal Teply to a three-year, entry-level contract ($825.8K AAV).
The Blackhawks drafted Teply in the fourth-round (No.105 overall) last summer and the 18-year-old winger scored 29 goals with 34 assists (63 points) in 53 games during his debut season in the WHL. His 63 points ranked second among Winnipeg Ice skaters and he also added five assists in five games while representing the Czech Republic at the World Juniors.
The Blackhawks signed Matt Tomkins to a two-year, two-way contract.
The Blackhawks drafted Tomkins in the seventh-round in 2012. Following a four-year stint at Ohio State University, Tomkins turned pro and joined the Blackhawks affiliates in the ECHL and AHL. He spent all of 2019 in the ECHL before starting 13 games with Rockford (AHL) in 2020, going 5-7-1 with a 3.12 GAA and .896 SV%.
The Blackhawks signed Kevin Lankinen to a two-year contract extension worth $1.6 million ($800K AAV).
Lakinen was an undrafted free agent netminder out of Finland that joined the Blackhawks organization in 2019. During the 2020 campaign, the 24-year-old went 8-10-2 with a 3.03 GAA and .909 SV% in 21 AHL games.
The Blackhawks signed Andrei Altybarmakyan to a two-year, entry-level contract.
Altybarmakyan was selected by the Blackhawks in the third-round (No.70 overall) in 2017 and he spent the 2019-20 season in the KHL. The 5-foot-11, 191 lbs. winger scored six goals with 11 assists (17 points) in 49 games with Sochi HC. He was a member of the 2018 Russian World Juniors team, scoring one goal with two assists in five games.
The Blackhawks signed Evan Barratt to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Barratt was a third-round pick in the 2017 draft and wrapped up his junior year at Penn State University tied for the team-lead in goals (12) and second in points (34) in 34 games. the 21-year-old centre had one goal in seven games while representing the USA in the 2019 World Juniors.
The Blackhawks signed Matthew Highmore to a two-year contract extension worth $1.45 million ($725K AAV ).
In his third professional season, Highmore split his time between the AHL and NHL. He scored two goals with four assists (six points) in 36 games with the Blackhawks, serving exclusively as a bottom-6 option. He added 12 points (4G / 8A) in 21 AHL contests.
Carlsson (concussion) will draw back into the Blackhawks lineup on Wednesday.
Carlsson missed the lat two games with a concussion but will replace Nick Seeler in the lineup on Wednesday. Adam Boqvist is now out with a concussion of his own, so look for Carlsson to get some PP2 time on Wednesday.
Hagel will make his NHL debut on Wednesday.
Hagel was originally a sixth-round pick of the Sabres in 2016 but signed with Chicago in 2018. The 21-year-old will replace Drake Caggiula (hand) on the third line and comes up with 19 goals and 12 assists (31 points) in 59 AHL games this season.
Beaudin will make his NHL debut on Wednesday.
Beaudin, who was a first-round pick in 2018, has scored three goals with 12 assists (15 points) in 59 games during his first career AHL season. He will make his debut with Adam Boqvist sidelined with a concussion.
Seeler will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Seeler and Lucas Carlsson have been alternating games over the last month and Seeler will come out tonight vs. the Sharks after dressing for the last two games.
Caggiula (hand) will not play on Wednesday.
Caggiula suffered a hand injury early in Sunday's game vs. the Blues and will not be available for tonight's game vs. the Sharks. With Caggiula out, Brandon Hagel was recalled from Rockford (AHL) and will make his NHL debut on the third line.