It's been a long last couple of months for Chicago Blackhawks starting goalie Corey Crawford.
Crawford's concussion problems date back to late 2017 and has been quite the roller coaster ride.
The Hawks goalie has been on injured reserve since mid-December after his head hit the goalpost during a concussion and hasn't been around since.
The last update we received was from coach Jeremy Colliton who said Crawford was still going the concussion protocol.
While he didn't skate with the team, Crawford was spotted at the United Center today.
Unfortunately it's the same story as Colliton said after practice "No change. He's in the protocol. From my perspective, there's no difference.".
Corey Crawford walked behind the media during Jeremy Colliton's interview this morning. Colliton didn't give much of an update, saying only, "No change. He's in the protocol. From my perspective, there's no difference."#Blackhawks
— John Dietz (@johndietzdh) January 9, 2019