How will Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford respond after losing a 2-0 lead late in the second period, giving up four goals in 10 minutes and 45 seconds, and four on 11 third-period shots?
“He's moved forward off all his games. ... I thought he had a great practice out here today," Chicago Coach
Crawford was beaten up close, on an awkward bounce, and from near the blue line in Wednesday's 6-2 loss.
"The way he handles the next situation is something that shows he's really developed I guess his efficiency of being the kind of goaltender that you look for as being your key guy," Quenneville said.
Crawford expressed confidence he'll rebound with a strong effort.
"There are thing I can fix easily," Crawford said. "There were a couple of mistakes in my game that just doesn't happen.