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Blackhawks' Ryan Carpenter: Out Monday

Carpenter (concussion) will not play Monday against Dallas, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Carpenter has now missed the final eight games of the season with concussion issues. The 30-year-olds ends the 2020-21 campaign with five points in 40 games.
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Blackhawks' Ryan Carpenter: Still out with concussion

Carpenter (concussion) isn't listed among the expected lineup changes for Monday's game against the Hurricanes, so he'll remain sidelined, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Carpenter's out indefinitely as he attempts to navigate the league's concussion protocol. He last suited up April 23.
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Blackhawks' Ryan Carpenter: In concussion protocol

Carpenter (concussion) isn't practicing Monday. Carpenter is in the concussion protocol. He'll hope to clear it in time to dress Tuesday against the Lightning, but the bottom-six forward's status for that contest is very much in doubt.
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Blackhawks' Ryan Carpenter: Tickles twine again

Carpenter tallied a short-handed goal on two shots and added three hits during Thursday's 3-2 overtime loss to Tampa Bay. Carpenter broke a scoreless deadlock 7:24 into the second period, going top shelf from the left circle with an absolute rocket of a wrister. It was the third goal in the last two games for the 30-year-old, who only scored three times all of last season.
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Blackhawks' Ryan Carpenter: Physical in return

Carpenter notched five hits and skated 14:55 in Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Red Wings. Carpenter missed eight games while he was in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol. While he didn't contribute on the scoresheet Wednesday, he brought his usual physical style to the Blackhawks' lineup. The 30-year-old forward has one goal, 20 shots on net, 22 hits and six PIM through 10 appearances.
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Blackhawks' Ryan Carpenter: Joining road trip

Carpenter (COVID-19 protocols) will travel with the team for its upcoming six-game road trip, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Carpenter will need to get back up to speed having missed the previous seven games after being placed on the COVID-19 protocol list. Still, the fact that the 30-year-old forward will be with the team bodes well for him getting back in action sooner rather than later. Once activated off non-roster injured reserve, Carpenter should be expected to retake a bottom-six role.
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