The Chicago Blackhawks will not have Marian Hossa in the lineup when they face the defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings on Monday night at the United Center.

The news was better on the Andrew Shaw front as the center will play after missing Sunday's practice with the flu.

"Shaw is going to be fine," coach Joel Quenneville said. "He didn't skate (Monday) morning but we gave him some rest and he's good to go."

The news on Hossa got a little worse when Quenneville said the veteran is "probably doubtful" to play against the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night at the UC. Hossa is not skating as he recovers from an upper-body injury that a source said is to his shoulder. The winger was injured March 18 against the Colorado Avalanche when he was checked along the boards by Ryan O'Byrne.

"Hopefully by the weekend (Hossa) will be playing," Quenneville said. "Hossa hasn't been on the ice the last couple of days but he's progressing."

Quenneville added that there is not concern the injury could be long term.

"He'll be fine," Quenneville said. "We're not that far away from playing."