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  • Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw may not play against the Minnesota Wild in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals Sunday because of a lower body injury he suffered during Friday's series opener.

      Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw may not play against the Minnesota Wild in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals Sunday because of a lower body injury he suffered during Friday's series opener.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer, April 2014

 
Associated Press

CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw is questionable for Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Minnesota Wild on Sunday because of a lower body injury.

Coach Joel Quenneville said Saturday he doesn't expect Shaw to be out for an extended period.

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Shaw was injured sometime during Friday's series-opening win; it was not clear exactly when.

He left the bench and missed the final eight minutes of the first period. The Blackhawks announced at the start of the second that he would not return.

Shaw had two goals and two assists in Chicago's first-round series against St. Louis.

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