Brent Seabrook's availability for the Blackhawks' next win-or-set-tee-times game established a new injury category: We'll See.

The defenseman repeated that mantra multiple times Saturday after he rejoined his teammates for practice at the United Center, having sat out two games against the Canucks because of symptoms from a jarring shoulder-to-head hit in Game 3.

Coach Joel Quenneville said the Hawks "hope" to have Seabrook for Game 6. Seabrook, of course, said we'll see. He did not skate with the top six defensemen in practice and likely needs to pass a fitness test Sunday to get clearance.