|Date of Birth||7/24/1992|
|Height, Weight||6'0", 185 lbs|
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Kero (undisclosed) is projected to suit up Monday evening against host Toronto, per NHL.com.
Kero's slated for work on the third line with Patrick Sharp and Alex DeBrincat. He missed Saturday's win over Columbus with his mystery ailment, but was expected to play Monday all along.
Kero (undisclosed) ruled himself out of Saturday's home contest versus the Blue Jackets, John Dietz of the Daily Herald reports.
Dietz further reports that the third-year NHLer is likely to return to game action Monday against host Toronto. Kero registered just one empty shot and a block in Thursday's 10-1 win over the Penguins, but then again, he only garnered 7:35 of ice time.
Kero (undisclosed) did not play Saturday against the Blue Jackets, but appears set to go Monday.
Kero, who logged 7:35 of ice time in Thursday's season opener, had six goals and 10 assists in 47 games for Chicago in 2016-17.
Kero (undisclosed) missed Friday's practice and is considered questionable for Saturday's game against the Blue Jackets, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
The 25-year-old forward's injury isn't believed to be serious, but if he's unable to go Saturday, Tommy Wingels will center Chicago's fourth line against Columbus. The Blackhawks should release another update on Kero's status prior to puck drop Saturday evening.