After a controversial goalie interference call waved off the Chicago Blackhawks tying goal, Detroit Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk came back a few moments later and ripped this beauty of a shot past Corey Crawford. The goal was absolutely amazing and nearly identical to his goal in game 4 against the Anaheim Ducks. Needless to say it seems to be Datsyuk’s go-to shot and plenty...
There was no way Corey Crawford could tune out the chorus this time, and he really had no desire, anyway.
Fans were roaring in approval and chanting his name.
All that talk about who should be in goal and whether he had the makeup to succeed in the playoffs seemed like nothing more than background noise.
Crawford dominated in goal, Marian Hossa scored twice, and the Chicago Blackhawks...
After leaving the last two postseasons after the first round, the Blackhawks and Corey Crawford put that past, and the Minnesota Wild, behind them. Behind a dominant early performance from Crawford and an offensive explosion in the second period, the … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Finish Wild, Advance To Round Two appeared first on Committed Indians.
After a game in which Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford played remarkably well and in all likelihood prevented the Minnesota Wild from absolutely kicking the **** out Chicago by a score of 7-2 or something in that range Corey, again, is the blame by many NHL fans and media. Why not blame the [...]
The Blackhawks and Wild went to overtime for a second time in three playoff games on Sunday afternoon. This time, the Wild were able to emerge victorious. Corey Crawford had to carry the Blackhawks through most of the regulation periods, … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Fall To Wild In Overtime appeared first on Committed Indians.
It took over 76 minutes to complete, but the Blackhawks emerged from Game One with a crucial victory to begin their first round series against the Minnesota Wild. The story of the night was the battle between the two netminders, only one … Continue reading →The post Corey Crawford, Blackhawks Win Game One appeared first on Committed Indians.
Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Rostislav Klesla went to dump the puck in to get a line change when he got a very nice bounce. The puck bounced about five feet in front of Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford and skipped right over his shoulder. The 100 foot goal tied the game at one and changed the momentum of the game completely. The Coyotes went on to win 3-2 in a shootout...
Last season Chicago Blackhawks fans saw both Corey Crawford and Ray Emery struggle from time to time, not making the big saves when they needed to. Also, last season came to a devastatingly short end when Corey Crawford let in a very soft overtime goal that knocked the Blackhawks out of the playoffs early for the second straight year; after winning the Cup in 2010.
What a game! The Blackhawks faced their toughest test of the season in Detroit on Sunday, but came away with two points because of an extraordinary effort from Corey Crawford. Crawford stopped 32 of 33 shots, with 29 of his … Continue reading →The post Corey Crawford, Blackhawks Continue Streaking appeared first on Committed Indians.
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The draft and free agent signing period is almost here and we here at the Daily Shootout have decided to prepare a 4 point offseason plan for each team, organized by division. Today we look at the Central division: Chicago Blackhawks: 1. Upgrade their goaltending situation – It doesn’t look like a Corey Crawford and [...]