The Chicago Blackhawks made a few roster moves on Thursday morning. The team recalled goalie Collin Delia from the Rockford IceHogs and assigned goalies Arvid Soderblom and Cale Morris to the AHL club.
Upon getting the call to the NHL club, Collin Delia owns a 6-6-2 record, 2.77 goals-against average, and 0.910 save percentage in 14 games for the IceHogs. He also appeared in one game for the Blackhawks this season, a disastrous New Year's Day affair in which he allowed three goals in the first period before getting pulled.
Arvid Soderblom previously got the call to the Blackhawks on Jan. 23 when Kevin Lankinen went down with a hand injury. The Swedish netminder did not appear in a game during his most recent stint with the Hawks. Most of his action this season has come at Rockford, where he has a 6-6-0 record, 3.11 goals-against average, and a 0.914 save percentage in 12 games.
Cale Morris will head back to the IceHogs with Soderblom after providing depth on the Blackhawks' taxi squad. He has split time between Rockford and the Indy Fuel, Chicago's ECHL affiliate this season.