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Andrew Shaw questionable for Blackhawks in Game 2

Chicago Blackhawks centre Andrew Shaw is questionable for Wednesday's Game 2 of the NHL Western Conference final against the Los Angeles Kings because of an apparent right leg injury.

Forward missed NHL West final opener with apparent leg injury

Blackhawks centre Andrew Shaw, right, is questionable for Wednesday's Game 2 against Los Angeles in the NHL Western Conference final. He missed the final five games of the previous series against Minnesota with an apparent right leg injury and sat out Sunday's opening win against the Kings. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Chicago Blackhawks centre Andrew Shaw is questionable for Wednesday's Game 2 of the NHL Western Conference final against the Los Angeles Kings because of an apparent right leg injury.

He missed the final five games of the previous series against Minnesota with an apparent right leg injury and sat out Sunday's opening win against the Kings.

Coach Joel Quenneville said "we'll see" when asked if Shaw will play Wednesday. He said Shaw will practice Tuesday and his status will be evaluated after that.

Quenneville added Shaw has "made some real good progress" in recent days.

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