Chicago goaltender Nikolai Khabibulin has a lower body injury. ((Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images))

Chicago's leading scorer, Martin Havlat, and goaltender Nikolai Khabibulin didn't practise on Tuesday, but they're making the trip to Detroit for Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.

Blackhawks' head coach Joel Quenneville says both Havlat and Khabibulin will be evaluated after Wednesday morning's pre-game skate. It will then be determined whether they're able to suit up in a do-or-die Game 5 for Chicago.

The Red Wings lead the best-of-seven series 3-1 and have a chance to clinch at home.

Havlat was a surprise addition to Chicago's lineup on Sunday, only two days after he was knocked out cold by a hit from Niklas Kronwall.

The Blackhawks' leading scorer in both the regular season and playoffs, Havlat was forced to leave Game 3 after the first period hit.

On Sunday in Game 4, Havlat played only seven minutes and 59 seconds. He left the game in the second period after he took a hit in front of Chicago's bench.

Khabibulin left Friday's game after two periods with a lower body injury.

He was replaced by Cristobal Huet, who got the start in Game 4 and gave up five goals in a 6-1 loss.

After giving up a fourth goal in the second period on Sunday in Game 4, Huet was pulled in favour of young Corey Crawford, but was back between the pipes for the third period.

With files from The Canadian Press