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Corey Crawford’s Best Saves Of 2013

By Keith Schultz

Nov 13, 2011; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks goalie

Corey Crawford

(50) during the first period against the Edmonton Oilers at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

Corey Crawford was robbed of the Conn Smythe Trophy all because he gave up 5 goals in Game #4, but Crawford was the reason the Hawks made it to the Finals with a very good season after a slumping 2nd full season as the Blackhawks net minder.

Crawford made some great saves throughout the 2013 Stanley Cup run, so during summer weekend in the middle of August let’s take a look back to a cooler time.

1. Corey Crawford stops the Minnesota Wild on a 5 on 3 power play with a tremendous diving save.

The second save was one of the best saves of the year on April 20 in Edmonton. Corey Crawford stops

Jordan Eberle

after he made a great move to get in all alone on Crawford only to be denied!

With the Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings tied in overtime of Game #5 Crawford made this save to extend the game until we could get to the

Patrick Kane


Finally there is this great save in Game #1 of the Stanley Cup Finals in one of the few chance

Brad Marchand

had during the Finals.

Which Crawford save is your favorite?

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