The Chicago Blackhawks have recalled forward David Kampf and goaltender Jeff Glass from the Rockford IceHogs and placed goaltender Corey Crawford on injured reserve.
In his first year with the team, Kampf, 22, shares fourth on the IceHogs with 17 points (7G, 10A) in 30 games played this season. He has seven points (3G, 4A) over his last seven games and has recorded a goal in back-to-back contests. Kampf recorded a season-long five-game point streak (3G, 4A) from Oct. 21-28.
The Jirkov, Czech Republic native posted career highs in goals (15), assists (16) and points in 52 games during the 2016-17 regular season with Piráti Chomutov of the Czech Extraliga. He added three goals and seven assists in 15 postseason contests. In 141 career games with Piráti Chomutov, Kampf collected 25 goals and 22 assists. He represented his country twice at the IIHF World U20 Junior Championships (2014 and 2015), recording one goal and three assists in 10 games.
A native of Calgary, Alberta, Glass is 10-4-2 with a 2.60 goals against average and .917 save percentage in 18 appearances this season. He has allowed two goals or fewer in seven of his last eight appearances. In 20 games with the IceHogs last year, Glass compiled an 8-10-2 mark with a 2.63 GAA, .914 SV% and two shutouts.
In 175 career AHL games, Glass has amassed a 61-82-4 mark and five shutouts with the Binghamton Senators (2005-09), Toronto Marlies (2016-17) and IceHogs (2016-17). He also recorded an 81-87-30 career record in the Kontinental Hockey League with six different teams from 2009-16. The 32-year-old was originally drafted in the third round (89th overall) of the 2004 NHL Draft by the Ottawa Senators. He was signed by Chicago on Feb. 23, 2017.
Crawford is fourth in the NHL with a 2.27 GAA and third with a .929 SV% in 28 games played during the 2017-18 season.
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