Eriksson left Tuesday's game in the second period after getting hit by San Jose Sharks defenseman Douglas Murray and did not return. Steve Ott and Tomas Vincour, who also suffered shots to the head against the Sharks, were healthy enough to play against Chicago.
Right wing Brandon Segal cleared re-entry waivers, was recalled and was in the lineup for the Stars.
"He gives us another option tonight, a big body," Stars coach Marc Crawford said Thursday. "He played well this year and really was a victim of circumstance when we picked up Jamie Langenbrunner. He was one guy that could go down and save us some money. He was a political decision more than a hockey decision. We're pleased to have him back."
Segal was sent to the AHL on Jan. 11. He played 30 games with the Texas Stars, registering 17 points (7 goals, 10 assists).
"It's great to be back. This is where I want to be," Segal said. "Things were going great and then there were some unfortunate circumstances. That's just the way the business works. The main thing is I am back here and ready to help this team."
Segal has four goals and five assists in 36 games with Dallas this season.
Mark Stepneski covers the Stars for ESPNDallas.com.