Crawford stopped 35 of 36 shots in Saturday's win over the Penguins.
Crawford really needed a bounce-back effort after a few recent rough outings and he delivered. The only goal that got past him Saturday was a shorthanded marker from Matt Hunwick in the third period. While it was a weak backhand shot that squeaked through, Crawford was able to shut the door the rest of the way and pick up his second consecutive victory. His ability to rebound after lackluster showings is what makes him such a reliable fantasy goaltender. Crawford is sporting a .933 save percentage this season and should be in your lineup whenever he gets the nod.
Crawford will tend the twine for Saturday's matchup against Pittsburgh, Josh Getzoff of PensTV reports.
Crawford will be making his third consecutive start Saturday, though he'll be hoping that the contest with the Pens goes better than his past two appearances. In those starts, Crawford allowed nine goals on just 53 shots, though he was able to pick up the win Wednesday against the Rangers.
Crawford made 25 saves on 28 shots in a 6-3 win over the Rangers on Wednesday.
Crawford ended a three-game losing streak, but he didn't play well in the process. After a great start to the season, he's allowed at least three goals in his last three starts.
Crawford will guard the goal in Wednesday's home game against the Rangers, Tracey Myers of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Crawford had an off night Sunday against the Devils, surrendering six goals on 25 shots before being yanked between the second and third periods. The 32-year-old netminder has otherwise played well this season, registering a 2.21 GAA and .932 save percentage in 15 appearances, but he's compiled a disappointing 7-7-0 record over that span due to a lack of offensive support from his teammates. He'll look to bounce back Wednesday in a tough home matchup with a Rangers offense that's averaging 3.40 goals per game on the road this season, fifth in the NHL.
Crawford found himself on the bench to the start the third period after giving up five goals on 25 shots Sunday against New Jersey.
Crawford was lit up on a night where the Devils rallied from a 4-1 deficit to defeat the Blackhawks 7-5. The 32-year-old has been lackluster in back-to-back losses, but he still owns a solid .932 save percentage on the season. Crawford's 7-7-0 record isn't great, but aside from a few tough nights, he's been excellent. Chalk this one up as an off night and move on.