Chicago Blackhawks' Corey Crawford worked out Monday and Tuesday and head coach Joel Quenneville said he thinks the goalie could return to the ice soon, according to a report from Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times. Lazerus added the team will get a better assessment of Crawford and where he stands when he returns to the ice. Crawford is reportedly dealing with vertigo-like symptoms. The 33-year-old hasn't played since Dec. 23 when he was pulled from a game against the New Jersey Devils after allowing three goals in just 14 minutes. The Sun-Times says the injury likely occurred two nights earlier in a game against the Dallas Stars when he was involved in a collision. Crawford was placed on the injured reserve on Boxing Day and continues to be out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.