Chicago Blackhawks defencemen Brent Seabrook and Calvin de Haan are arranged for season-ending best shoulder surgeries on Friday.

The 34-year-old Seabrook also will have surgery on his best hip in January and left hip in February. He is under agreement through the 2023-24 season at an average yearly worth of $6,875,000 United States.

The last-place Blackhawks put Seabrook and de Haan on long-term hurt reserve on Thursday, maximizing significant space under the wage cap.

Chicago also announced Brandon Saad will be sidelined three weeks with a right ankle injury. The rugged forward got injured throughout recently's 4-1 triumph at Winnipeg.

De Haan was acquired in a June trade with Carolina. He had surgery on the same shoulder last off-season.

Seabrook has been a consistent existence for Chicago because his NHL launching in 2005. He assisted the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup in 2010, 2013 and 2015.

He was a healthy scratch for Chicago's 4-1 loss to Colorado on Dec. 18. The Blackhawks then revealed the next day he was undergoing further medical evaluation.