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50 Corey Crawford G
Height/Weight: 6-2/208 | Birthdate: 12/31/1984 | Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec, Canada | Team: Chicago Blackhawks | College: None | NHL Experience: 7 | Salary: $2,250,000 | Owned/Started%: 86/73 | Average Draft Position: 33.34
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5/27/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford To Start Game 6

News: Corey Crawford will get the start Wednesday for Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford will remain in net for Game 6 after Monday's rough outing where he allowed five goals on 28 shots. With Chicago facing elimination, Crawford will need to slow down Anaheim's prolific attack to force a Game 7.

5/25/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford Allows Five In Game 5 Loss

News: Corey Crawford allowed five goals on 28 shots in Monday's Game 5, overtime loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: Corey Crawford struggled early in this one as he allowed three goals in the opening frame, once again fueling speculation that coach Joel Quenneville might elect to turn to Scott Darling. He kept the starter in though, and his mates in front of him battled back with two goals in the final minutes to force it to overtime before Crawford allowed a rebound goal just 45 seconds into the extra frame. Crawford has gone through rough stretches lately in this series, but he figures to be back in net in Wednesday's must-win Game 6.

5/25/2015

Corey Crawford, G, CHI Blackhawks' Crawford Draws Game 5 Start

Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Draws Game 5 Start

News: Corey Crawford will be in the net for Monday's Game 5 in Anaheim, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: If not for Corey Crawford's stellar play in the two games in the series that went to overtime, the Blackhawks' postseason likely would have come to a conclusion. In the four-game series, Crawford has notched a .934 save percentage to prop up the Blackhawks' top four defenders, who have been forced to log heavy minutes.

5/24/2015

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Corey Crawford

Crawford, Blackhawks Score Double OT Win In Game 4

News: Corey Crawford denied 47 of 51 shots as the Blackhawks pulled out a 5-4 double-overtime victory over the Ducks in Saturday's Game 4.
Analysis: Corey Crawford looked like he would cruise to a fairly comfortable victory when Brent Seabrook's goal gave the team a 3-1 cushion with a little over 12 minutes remaining in the match, but that wouldn't be the case. The Ducks then responded with three unanswered goals in 37 seconds to take the lead, quieting the rapid United Center crowd. Instead of pulling the goalie in favor of Scott Darling, coach Joel Quenneville stuck with Crawford, and then watched as he made several key saves while the Blackhawks sent the game to overtime. He would continue to shine in the extra 25:37 of action, stopping all 21 shots he faced in that span before Antoine Vermette notched the game-winner. Despite the bumpy outing, look for Crawford to be back in the crease for Monday's Game 5 in Anaheim.

5/22/2015

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Corey Crawford

Crawford, 'Hawks Take Tough Game 3 Loss

News: Corey Crawford allowed just two goals on 27 shots, but took the loss in Thursday's Game 3 against Anaheim.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen was one better on the other end, with Simon Despres' late-second-period goal against Corey Crawford holding up as the winner. After Crawford put up a bit of a clunker in Game 1, he's been terrifically sharp in the last two games, but the 'Hawks still face a 2-1 series deficit heading into Game 4 in Chicago.

5/21/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford In Net For Game 3

News: Corey Crawford will be in goal for Thursday's Game 3 against the Ducks, Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford is coming off a great outing in Game 2 where he saved 60 of 62 shots and will look to build on that effort in Game 3 with the series tied 1-1.

5/19/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford Stops 60 In Game 2 Thriller

News: Ccawford turned aside 60 of 62 shots in Tuesday's triple-overtime Game 2 win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Just another spectacular outing for Corey Crawford, who continues to deliver outstanding play in net for Chicago. It took the equivalent of nearly two games, but he and the 'Hawks have evened the series at 1-1 as it heads back to Chicago.

5/19/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Between The Pipes For Game 2

News: Corey Crawford will be in the net for Tuesday's Game 2 against the Ducks, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford had his worst game Sunday since taking back the top goalie gig from Scott Darling late in the first-round series win over the Predators. He gave up three goals on 26 shot attempts, but the steady play that preceded his Game 1 outing will prompt coach Joel Quenneville to stick with him. Crawford will have a slight tweak on defense in front of him, as Kyle Cumiskey is expected to draw in for David Rundblad on a pairing with Johnny Oduya.

5/17/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford Burned For Three Goals In Game 1

News: Corey Crawford allowed three goals on 26 shots in Sunday's Game 1 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: Not the greatest start to Round 3 for Corey Crawford, who was outdueled by Ducks' netminder Frederik Andersen. While it marked the second straight outing Crawford has given up three goals, it was just his first loss in six games. Crawford has taken back over the Chicago crease, so if the Hawks hope to get past the Ducks and the surging Andersen, Crawford will need to be at his very best.

5/17/2015

Corey Crawford, G, CHI Blackhawks Going With Crawford For Game 1

Corey Crawford

Blackhawks Going With Crawford For Game 1

News: Corey Crawford will be in the net for Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals on Sunday versus the Ducks, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford reestablished himself as the Blackhawks' man in the net with steady play during the team's sweep of the Wild in the second round, giving up seven goals in the four-game series. He'll match up against Frederik Andersen in Sunday's tilt at the Honda Center.

5/8/2015

Corey Crawford, G, CHI Crawford, 'Hawks Sweep Wild

Corey Crawford

Crawford, 'Hawks Sweep Wild

News: Corey Crawford made 34 saves on 37 shots Thursday to complete a four-game sweep of the Wild.
Analysis: Corey Crawford's terrific run continues, as he's now won five straight games since finishing the Predators off in relief in Game 6 of the first round. Now the Blackhawks will sit back and wait to find out whether they'll face Anaheim or Calgary -- probably Anaheim -- in the Western Conference finals. Regardless of the opponent, it's sure to be Crawford between the pipes for Chicago.

5/7/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford To Start Game 4

News: Corey Crawford will draw the start Thursday for Game 4 against Minnesota, Tracey Myers of CSN reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford turned away all 30 shots he faced in Game 3 and has allowed just one goal in the last 61 shots on net. He'll be in net again Thursday as Chicago looks to complete the sweep over Minnesota.

5/5/2015

Corey Crawford, G, CHI Crawford Stops All 30, 'Hawks Go Up 3-0

Corey Crawford

Crawford Stops All 30, 'Hawks Go Up 3-0

News: Corey Crawford turned away all 30 pucks the Wild fired on him in Tuesday's 1-0 Game 3 victory.
Analysis: Ever since retaking the reins from Scott Darling in Game 6 against Nashville, Corey Crawford has been a man on fire, stopping 103 of 107 shots (.962) over the last four games -- all Blackhawks wins. In fact, he's made exactly 30 saves in three straight games. There's no doubt that Crawford will be in there once more for Game 4 in Minnesota on Thursday.

5/5/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Back In For Game 3

News: Corey Crawford will be back in the crease for Tuesday's Game 3 against the Wild, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: After delivering victories for the Blackhawks in the first two games of the series, Corey Crawford will unsurprisingly remain in the crease as his team looks to extend its playoff winning streak against the Wild to nine games. Should he struggle as the series shifts to Minnesota, Crawford probably would still have to worry about getting replaced by Scott Darling as the Blackhawks' primary netminder, but for now, coach Joel Quenneville will ride Crawford while he's playing well.

5/3/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Sharp In Game 2 Win

News: Corey Crawford turned aside 30 of 31 shots in Sunday's Game 2 win over the Wild.
Analysis: Corey Crawford wasn't great in Friday's Game 1 win, but he was able to turn it around to deliver a strong performance Sunday. The Hawks have struggled to find consistency in net in the playoffs thus far, but Crawford seems to be finding his form as he's denied 60 of 64 shots in the series (.937 save percentage) and figures to be back between the pipes for Tuesday's Game 3.

5/3/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford In Goal Sunday

News: Corey Crawford will start in goal Sunday against the Wild, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford struggled a bit in Chicago's Game 1 victory over the Wild, allowing 3 goals in a game that looked like it would be a blowout for the Blackhawks. He typically does well against Minnesota though, so look for Crawford to bounce back with a better performance in Game 2.

5/2/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Makes 30 Saves In Game 1 Win

News: Corey Crawford stopped 30 of 33 shots in Friday's Game 1 win over the Wild.
Analysis: It was a decent outing for Corey Crawford, who was beaten three times in the second period. The 30-year-old advances to 2-1-0 in the playoffs with a .871 save percentage and 3.81 GAA. While he's struggled at times this postseason, Crawford has helped eliminate the Wild in two straight playoffs and posted a .948 save percentage in four regular-season meetings against them this season. He finished Game 1 strong and should build off that heading into Game 2.

4/27/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford To Start Game 1 Versus Wild

News: Corey Crawford will start Game 1 of the Blackhawks' second-round series against the Wild, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford was benched for Games 3 through 6 during Chicago's first-round series win over the Predators, but relieved rookie teammate Scott Darling nicely Saturday's series clincher, stopping all 13 shots he faced after coming in during the first period. As a result, the more experienced Crawford will get an opportunity to reclaim his starting goaltender position in the Blackhawks' upcoming series against the Wild, who Crawford has helped Chicago eliminate from the playoffs in two straight seasons.

4/25/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Perfect In Game 6 Relief Duty

News: Corey Crawford stopped all 13 shots he faced in relief of Scott Darling in Saturday's series-clinching Game 6 win over the Predators.
Analysis: With Scott Darling having given up seven goals in his last two appearance, it look as if Corey Crawford is back to being the man for Chicago. He's struggled in these playoffs, but the 30-year-old is a proven playoff performer and will get a fresh start in Round 2. Crawford owns a .917 career playoff save percentage, so expect Joel Quenneville to give him another shot when the Blackhawks take on the winner of the Blues and Wild series in the second round. He'll be on a short leash one again, though, so don't be surprised if you see Darling again in these playoffs.

4/23/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford Benched Again For Game 5

News: Corey Crawford will back up Scott Darling in Game 5 on Thursday night against Nashville, CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Darling's herculean 50-save effort Tuesday night (into Wednesday morning) secured his slot as the starting goalie for presumably the rest of the series with Nashville, but 'Hawks coach Joel Quenneville hasn't necessarily settled on Darling in goal for the rest of the playoffs. Quenneville could go back to Corey Crawford for the next series even if Darling shuts down the Predators on Thursday night and the Blackhawks move on.

4/18/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford Benched For Game 3

News: Corey Crawford will backup Scott Darling in goal for Game 3 against Nashville at home on Sunday, Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville said that the starting goalie will be decided on a game-by-game basis. Corey Crawford has not been good in goal in the first two games of this series to Nashville, but also dating back to the Stanley Cup Western Conference finals last season. In his last eight playoff games, Crawford has allowed an average of 4.5 goals per game. He has allowed at least three goals in each game during that stretch against the Kings and Predators. In this series with the Predators, the Blackhawks defense though has not helped him out by allowing Nashville to park in front of Crawford. It's doubtful that Quenneville will completely go away from Crawford who has been solid the last few years for the Blackhawks, but the Blackhawks need to win both Games 3 and 4 at home.

4/18/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford Allows Six Goals In Game 2 Loss

News: Corey Crawford allowed six goals on 35 shots in Friday's Game 2 loss to the Predators.
Analysis: Corey Crawford's had an awful start to the playoffs, allowing nine goals on 47 shots (.808 save percentage) in his first two games. While Scott Darling was outstanding in relief in Game 1, Crawford posted a .924 save percentage in the regular season and was Chicago's backstopper when they won the Stanley Cup in 2013. Although it's possible Darling gets the nod in Game 3, expect the Blackhawks to stick with the proven and more experienced Crawford.

4/16/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks Sticking With Crawford For Game 2

News: Corey Crawford will receive the start in goal for Friday's Game 2 matchup against the Predators.
Analysis: Coach Joel Quenneville called it "no-brainer" to stick with Corey Crawford one day after he surrendered three first-period goals before backup Scott Darling came on to stop all 42 shots he faced en route to the Game 1 victory. Darling has been one of the league's better No. 2 netminders this season, but Quenneville won't have his opinion swayed by one bad period for Crawford, who has been quite good in his own right for most of the season. Crawford could, however, be subjected to a quick pull if he lets in a couple goals early in Game 2.

4/15/2015

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Corey Crawford

Hawks' Crawford Pulled After Game 1 First Period

News: Corey Crawford was pulled after the first period of Game 1 against Nashville in the Stanley Cup opening round after allowing three goals on a dozen shots.
Analysis: With the Blackhawks facing a 3-0 deficit heading into the second period on Wednesday night, Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville opted to turn to Scott Darling who was impressive as he stopped all 42 shots on goals. The Blackhawks would win 4-3 in two overtimes. Despite allowing the three goals, there is a good chance that Quenneville goes back to Corey Crawford in Game 2 on Friday night. If they go back to Crawford, he will have another short leash on him in Game 2. The Blackhawks defense and Crawford deserved equal blame for giving up the three goals.

4/15/2015

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Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford To Start Game 1

News: Corey Crawford will be between the pipes for Game 1 of the Blackhawks' first-round playoff series against the Predators, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Corey Crawford finished the regular season with a .937 save percentage over his final five games, though he was on the losing end of 2-1 decisions in each of his last three contests. The Blackhawks' offense should get a significant boost with the return of Patrick Kane (collarbone) to the lineup Thursday, which should enable Crawford to get back on the winning track soon if he's able to hold up to his end of the bargain. Crawford won both of his previous matchups with the Predators this season, posting a 2.34 GAA and .917 save percentage in those outings.