Bolland and Emery practiced on Saturday, and both said they were feeling better and hoping to play when Chicago gets back on the ice. They had been out with lower body injuries.
Emery, who had been dealing with a lower-body injury, could start one of the season's final three games.
Emery is 16-1-0 with a 1.96 goals-against average in 18 starts this season.
Emery posted his second shutout and the 13th of his career, and Chicago improved to 16-3-4 in one-goal games this season. Chicago coach Joel Quenneville called Emery rock solid in doing what he had to do for the shutout.
Emery improved to 12-0 in getting his 12th career shutout, and first since Feb. 1, 2010, when he blanked the Flames while with Philadelphia.
Emery improved to 11-0-0 on the season. He has a 2.37 goals-against average as a starter this season.
Emery is the first goalie in NHL history to start a season 10-0-0. His 2.02 GAA ranks as one of the best in the league.
Emery, who is 8-0-0 this season, lowered his goals-against average to 1.92 with that effort. He's expected to start Friday's game against Columbus and could be in net for the next couple of games as Crawford is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Emery has been a big part of the team's success, posting a 2.10 GAA in winning each of his seven starts.
Since giving up four goals in his season debut against Phoenix on Jan. 20, Emery has allowed two goals or fewer in each game. He might get a chance to extend that streak if Blackhawks starting goaltender Corey Crawford continues to have problems with an upper-body injury.
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