Corey Crawford has done a remarkable job between pipes as Chicago’s starter since 2011. His numbers do more than prove that. His personal stats are great standing alone, but when combined with what he’s helped his teams accomplish they are elevated to a status beyond.
Crawford helped the Blackhawks win two Stanley Cups within a three-year span, in 2013 and 2015 respectively. He’s currently the only goalie in franchise history to have achieved such a feat.
He’s been a calm and steady presence, for a team that had gone through somewhat of a revolving door of goaltending before he took over the starting role. With a career goals-against average of 2.45 to date, he’s been better than the average from every year he’s been in the league thus far. It’s no wonder he’s achieved two William M. Jennings Trophy wins along the way, too.
As a current player in the league, Crawford‘s stat line has an opportunity to improve even further. We’ll have to wait and see what else he has left to accomplish.
Stanley Cup: 2
William M. Jennings Trophy: 2
All-Star Game: 3