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Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville remained coy about
Marian Hossa’s availability for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final Wednesday night at TD Garden. Quenneville said his high-scoring right winger, who was a late scratch before Game 3 because of an upper-body injury, was “likely to play tomorrow night.’’
That was all the Blackhawks coach was prepared to disclose during Tuesday’s media session.
Several times during his press conference,
Quenneville was pressed about the nature of Hossa’s injury, and whether it stemmed from a pre-existing game-related injury rather than a sudden setback suffered during Game 3’s pregame warm-ups, as everyone was led to believe.
“I’m not going to get exactly [into] what the injury is or where it occurred,’’ Quenneville said, coyly. “But I’m going to say he’s likely to play tomorrow night.’’
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