Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford has been out since late December, and it doesn’t appear as though he’ll be returning to the ice any time soon. Although the only official word from the Hawks is that Crawford was put on injured reserve with an upper-body injury, three sources told Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times that the 33-year-old has been dealing with vertigo symptoms. That could mean Crawford missing the rest of the season. For what it’s worth, however, Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville disagrees with that notion. When asked if Crawford would return to the lineup this season, Quenneville responded in the affirmative without any hesitation. General manager Stan Bowman has also been tight-lipped on Crawford’s situation, saying: “There’s not much to say until he’s back on the ice. It’s sort of status quo right now.”