Tuesday morning, the Blackhawks announced that forwards Jonathan Toews and Henrik Borgström has been placed in COVID-19 Protocols, which means that they will be unable to travel, practice or play games until they have cleared those protocols.
MEDICAL UPDATE: Forwards Jonathan Toews and Henrik Borgstrom will not practice today (COVID-19 Protocol). #Blackhawks— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) October 26, 2021
Forwards Patrick Kane and Jujhar Khaira, defenseman Riley Stillman, and assistant coaches Marc Crawford, Tomas Mitell, and Jimmy Waite are also all still in COVID-Protocol.
At practice, Caleb Jones and Wyatt Kalynuk were back on the ice skating for the first time since they were both injured during training camp.
Encouraging sign: Caleb Jones (wrist) and Wyatt Kalynuk (ankle) are skating on the second rink before practice. #Blackhawks pic.twitter.com/s2SEhFlEKS— Charlie Roumeliotis (@CRoumeliotis) October 26, 2021
The Blackhawks will be holding a press conference on the findings of the Jenner & Black investigation at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz and CEO Danny Wirtz are expected to speak along with Reid Schar, who headed the investigation.
Breaking: The Blackhawks are releasing the results of the Jenner & Block investigation into the handling of the Bradley Aldrich scandal in a briefing at 1pm today.— Ben Pope (@BenPopeCST) October 26, 2021
Multiple sources say "organizational changes" are coming to the Blackhawks as part of the Jenner & Block findings.— Mark Lazerus (@MarkLazerus) October 26, 2021
The Blackhawks face the Toronto Maple Leafs at the United Center on Wednesday at 6:30 pm.