Crawford stopped 26 of 28 shots in Sunday's win over the Canucks.
Crawford outdueled Ryan Miller to backstop Chicago to their third consecutive victory. The 32-year-old gave up four goals in his last outing against Colorado, but rebounded with an impressive showing against the Canucks. With the victory, Crawford advances to 18-10-3 on the season with a .919 save percentage. His numbers this month haven't been great, but Crawford appears well on his way to getting back on track and remains one of the most dependable fantasy netminders around.
Despite a very strong showing from Scott Darling against the Bruins on Friday, Crawford will be back in the starter's net to try and get back on track after some rocky play over the last month. He's allowed at least three goals in every game but one in January, but his offense has bailed him out several times en route to a 3-3-0 record. Crow will look to turn it around Sunday against a Vancouver squad that ranks 26th in the league with 2.34 goals per game.
Crawford wasn't terribly sharp, as has been the case for most of the season. He has allowed two or more goals in each of his past 11 outings as well as a total of 14 markers over his past four starts. Treat him more as a No. 2 fantasy netminder until he gets his game back to its old All-Star caliber again.
Crawford will be the starting backstop for Tuesday night's away game against the Avalanche, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.
It's been a bit of a rough stretch for Crawford recently, as he's now allowed eight goals over two consecutive losses. Luckily, the veteran goalie will have a good chance to turn it around when he faces the league's worst offense in Colorado, which has managed to average a meager 2.00 goals per game this season and also ranks 26th in the NHL with 28.4 shots per game.
Crawford allowed three goals on 32 shots in Sunday's loss to the Wild.
Crawford played well in the loss, but Devan Dubnyk was just that much better. With the defeat, Crawford drops to 16-10-3 on the season with a .921 save percentage. The 32-year-old will continued to be relied on heavily by Chicago and makes for a safe fantasy play whenever he gets the nod.