Chicago Blackhawks
Chicago Blackhawks
Corey Crawford
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CoreyCrawford
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
CATCHES: Left
WEIGHT: 216
BIRTHDATE: 12/31/1984
AGE: 29
BIRTHPLACE: Montreal, QC, CAN
DRAFTED: CHI: 2003-52 overall
AWARDS:
William M. Jennings Trophy (1)
Notched a career-best 1.94 goals-against average and .926 save percentage in 30 games during the 2012-13 regular season … Posted career bests with 33 wins and four shutouts in 2010-11 … Tied a Blackhawks rookie record with eight straight wins from Feb. 20-March 5, 2011 ... Combined with Ray Emery to win the 2013 William M. Jennings Trophy as the goaltenders on the club allowing the fewest goals in the NHL during the regular season … Registered postseason career highs with a 16-7 record, 1.84 GAA and .932 SV% in 23 games during the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs ... Holds the franchise record for minutes in a single playoff season (1,504) ... Named to the 2010-11 All-Rookie team … Won the 2013 Stanley Cup with Chicago.
2013-14:Posted a 32-16-10 record, 2.26 GAA and .917 SV% in 59 games (56 starts) with Chicago, marking his third career 30-win season … Shared 10th among NHL goaltenders in wins … Made a season-high 40 saves on 42 shots on Jan. 5 vs. SJS … Recorded his first shutout of the season on Feb. 5 at ANA, stopping all 29 shots he faced … Notched two four-game win streaks (Nov. 6-14, Nov. 21-29) … Collected his 100th career victory on Nov. 29 at DAL, becoming the eighth netminder in franchise history to reach the 100-win mark with the Blackhawks … Tallied an assist on Oct. 5 vs. TBL ... Missed 10 games due to injury (Dec. 10-30) ... Posted an 11-8 record in 19 Stanley Cup Playoffs games … Compiled a 2.53 GAA and .912 SV% … Turned aside all 34 shots he faced on April 21 vs. STL for his third career postseason shutout … Stopped 25 of 26 shots on May 18 vs. LAK for his 30th career playoff victory … His 30 wins in 50 career postseason games shares second among active goaltenders (M. Brodeur) as the quickest to reach that mark.

2012-13: Combined with netminder Ray Emery to win their first William M. Jennings Trophy as the goaltenders on the club allowing the fewest goals in the NHL during the 2012-13 season ... Posted a 19-5-5 record in 30 games played (28 starts), with a 1.94 GAA, .926 SV% and three shutouts … Ranked third in the league in GAA and fifth in SV% (min. 10 GS) … Shared second in the NHL with 11 road wins ... Notched his first shutout of the season on Feb. 10 at NSH, posting 17 saves … Made a season-high 33 saves on March 31 vs. DET … Missed three games due to injury (Feb. 15-22) … Registered career highs in nearly every statistical category in 23 postseason games en route to the 2013 Stanley Cup championship … Posted a 16-7 record … Set a franchise record for minutes in a single playoff season (1,504) ... Paced the NHL with a 1.84 GAA (min. 3 GP) and notched a .932 SV% … Recorded his second career playoff shutout, making 25 saves on May 7 at MIN in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Won five consecutive games (May 25-June 2) … Made a postseason career-high 51 saves on 54 shots in a triple-overtime win vs. BOS in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on June 12.

2011-12: Posted a 30-17-7 record, .903 SV% and 2.72 GAA in 57 regular-season appearances … Became the first Blackhawks netminder to post back-to-back 30-win seasons since Ed Belfour (1992-94) … Ranked third in the NHL (min. 10 attempts) with an .813 SV% in the shootout (26 of 32), including a .833 mark (15 of 18) at the United Center … Compiled a season-long five-game win streak (March 13-21) … Stopped a season-high 41 shots on Nov. 3 at FLA … Registered a 2-4 record in six postseason appearances vs. ARI in the 2012 WCQF … Posted a 2.58 GAA and .893 SV% … Played all 396 minutes of Chicago’s postseason run.

2010-11: Compiled a 33-18-6 record in 57 appearances (55 starts) in his first full season in the NHL … His 33 wins were the most by a Blackhawks netminder since 2001 and the second-highest total since 1993-94 (E. Belfour, 37) … Ranked eighth among NHL netminders with a 2.30 GAA and posted a .917 SV% … Tied for the league lead among rookie goaltenders with a career-high four shutouts … Started each of the Blackhawks’ last 27 games of the season … Surrendered two goals or fewer in 33 of his 57 appearances … Stopped 16 of 19 shootout attempts, including 12 of the last 13 he faced … Stopped a season-high 38 shots on March 13 at WSH ... Tied a Blackhawks rookie record with eight straight wins from Feb. 20-March 5 ... Honored as the NHL’s Second Star for the week ending Feb. 27 ... Compiled a 176:09 shutout streak from Jan. 7-15, the longest by a Blackhawks netminder since Tony Esposito’s stretch from Jan. 16-30, 1972 ... Won seven consecutive starts from Nov. 14-Dec. 8 ... Collected the first assist of his NHL career on April 8 at DET … Compiled a .927 SV% and a 2.21 GAA, stopping 218 shots over seven games in the 2011 WCQF vs. VAN … Made 36 stops in Game 5 on April 21 to record his first career postseason shutout.

2009-10: : Stopped 32 of 35 shots on March 17 at LAK in his only NHL appearance of the year … Paced the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs with 24 wins (24-16-2) and posted a 2.67 GAA and .909 SV% in 45 regular-season appearances.

2008-09: Held a spot on the Blackhawks active roster from Nov. 28-Dec. 8, but did not appear in any games ... Made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut on May 24 in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final vs. DET, recording six saves on seven shots in 11:51 of action in relief … Paced Rockford with 22 wins (22-20-3) and a .917 SV% while notching a 2.59 GAA in 47 regular-season appearances ... Tied for the team lead with two shutouts and held opponents to two or fewer goals in 24 of his 47 outings … Posted a 0-2-0 mark with a 2.57 GAA and a .909 SV% in two Calder Cup Playoffs starts.

2007-08: Appeared in five NHL games with Chicago, registering a 1-2-0 record with a 2.14 GAA and .929 SV% … Notched his first career win and shutout with a 19-save performance vs. ANA … Registered a regular-season career-high 44 saves on a career-most 46 shots on March 11 in a 3-1 loss at DET … Posted a 29-19-5 record with a 2.83 GAA and .907 SV% in 55 regular-season games with Rockford … Ranked third in the AHL with 29 victories … Recorded three shutouts … Backstopped all 12 of Rockford’s Calder Cup Playoffs tilts, posting a 7-5-0 record with a 2.19 GAA and .924 SV%.

2006-07: Ranked second in the AHL with a career-high 38 wins (38-20-2) and posted a 2.84 GAA and .909 SV% in 60 regular-season outings with the Norfolk Admirals … Named the AHL’s Goaltender of the Month for October … Registered a 2-4-0 record with a 3.31 GAA and a .884 SV% in six postseason matchups.

2005-06: Made his NHL debut with Chicago, posting a 0-0-1 record over two appearances … Made his first NHL start on Feb. 2 at STL, posting 29 saves in a 6-5 shootout loss … Led Norfolk goaltenders with 22 wins and 48 regular-season appearances.

2004-05: Finished his junior career with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Moncton Wildcats, notching a 28-16-6 record, a league-best six shutouts, a 2.47 GAA and .920 SV% in 51 regular-season games … Posted a 6-6-0 mark in 12 postseason games.

2003-04: Helped Moncton reach the President’s Cup by leading the QMJHL with 35 regular-season victories (35-15-3) in 54 regular-season appearances … Posted a league-best 13-6 record in 20 postseason games, with a 2.15 GAA and .940 SV%.

2002-03: Recorded a 24-17-6 mark with a 2.73 GAA in 50 regular-season outings with Moncton … Appeared in six playoff tilts, posting a 2-3-0 mark with a 3.97 GAA.

2001-02: Made his QMJHL debut with Moncton, accruing a 9-20-3 record with a 3.74 GAA in 38 regular-season games.