A day after leaving the Hawks' 4-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Sunday night at the United Center, Seabrook will travel with the team to Pittsburgh for Tuesday night's game against the Penguins.
Travelling with the team is a positive sign for the wounded Seabrook. After the game he appeared OK which could mean he draws back into the lineup. Check back for a further update on the oft-injured d-man.
The veteran was not on the bench to start the second and the team announced Seabrook would not return with an "upper-body" injury. Seabrook has missed time on three separate occasions during his Hawks career with concussions.
Bad news for the Blackhawks, who were just getting used to their minute-eating defenseman staying in the lineup. Seabrook could be out with a concussion which would keep him out for at least a week.
Seabrook practiced with the team yesterday and by all reports sounded back to 100 percent. However, he did not skate today which creates speculation on his status. Considering most rosters freeze at 7PM EST, you might want to keep Seabrook benched tonight.