Blackhawks put Crawford back on injured reserve
Brad Rempel / USA Today Sports

Disaster has struck once again for the Chicago Blackhawks, as netminder Corey Crawford has been placed on injured reserve for the second time in a month, the team announced Wednesday.

In a corresponding move, goalie Jeff Glass was recalled from the AHL.

Crawford was placed on IR on Dec. 1 with an undisclosed injury, but returned in the middle of the month in top form, winning five of his seven starts.

This season, Crawford owns a 16-9-2 record, accompanied by the league's second-best save percentage (.929) and the third-ranked goals-against average (2.27).

Blackhawks put Crawford back on injured reserve
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