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50 Corey Crawford G

Chicago Blackhawks

Fantasy Stats
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67%9%
Key Stats
W-L-OTGAASV%SOSVSMINS
16-9-22.270.92927821583
Latest News
  • Blackhawks' Corey Crawford: Expected to participate in training camp

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (6/22/18) General manager Stan Bowman expects Crawford (upper body) to be back in action "around training camp," Ben Bokun of NBC Sports Chicago reports.

    During a conference call Thursday, Bowman told reporters "What I said at the end of the year was still the case now, which is we expect Corey to be back. We don't have any reason to think that's not going to happen." Crawford hasn't played since he was diagnosed with an upper-body injury in late December, and updates on his condition have been few and far between since he last skated in a February practice, but Bowman's optimism suggests Chicago is still confident the two-time Stanley Cup champion will be fit to reclaim his role as the team's starting netminder in 2018-19. However, fantasy owners will want to take a wait-and-see approach with Crawford, as a more revealing update on his health likely won't be released until the Blackhawks begin training camp in September.

    Blackhawks' Corey Crawford: Team brass still has high hopes for goalie

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (4/10/18) The Blackhawks are optimistic about how Crawford (concussion) will perform in the 2018-19 season, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Chicago's top netminder missed the last 47 games due to post-concussion syndrome, which caused the Blackhawks to rely on the likes of Anton Forsberg, Jeff Glass and Jean-Francois Berube; those guys had a combined 31 NHL games under their belt heading into the 2017-18 campaign. As for Crawford, GM Stan Bowman is looking at the positives. "We have expectations that he's going to be the same goalie he's been," Bowman said. "I don't think there's any reason to doubt that. He's got a lot of confidence. The last couple of seasons, he's played a bigger role on our team, and we're looking for that next year. We're hopeful that's the case." Fantasy owners retaining Crawford for next season or thinking about drafting him at a discount should be cautiously optimistic as well.

    Blackhawks' Corey Crawford: Done for season

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (4/2/18) Crawford (concussion) will not suit up again this season, per Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times.

    Coach John Quenneville told reporters, "We expect (Crawford) to be fine," when discussing the long-term diagnosis for the netminder. Considering the Montreal native hasn't been on the ice since Feb. 12, it seems likely he suffered a setback and the team decided not to force the issue with the season all but lost. It is the first time the 32-year-old hasn't played in 50-plus games in eight years, while he won't reach the 30-win mark for a seventh time in his career.

    Blackhawks' Corey Crawford: May miss rest of season

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (3/14/18) The Blackhawks are "not as optimistic" about Crawford (concussion) playing again this season as they were previously, Scott Powers of The Athletic Chicago reports.

    There's still a small chance Crawford will see some game action before the 2017-18 campaign comes to a close, but with the Blackhawks all but eliminated from the playoffs, there's no reason to rush him back before he's fully healthy. It would be an understatement to say this has been a disappointing season for Crawford, as he was playing quite well prior to his injury, compiling a 16-9-2 record while posting a 2.27 GAA and .929 save percentage in 28 appearances. If Chicago ultimately decides to shut him down for the final 12 games of the campaign, the focus will shift to how Crawford's recovery progresses during the offseason.

    Blackhawks' Corey Crawford: Participates in off-ice workout

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (2/17/18) Crawford (concussion) was spotted working out off the ice while his teammates skated Saturday, Tracey Myers of NHL.com reports.

    Myers added that coach Joel Quenneville hopes Crow can return to the ice before long. However, with the Blackhawks' playoff hopes almost completely squashed, there should be no urgency in having him come back. It doesn't appear that the club has any immediate plans to shut him down for the season, though.

 
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12/23NJ0104.5713
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CAREER STATS
SEASONTeamGPWLTOTMINSGASOGAAAPIM
2005-06Chicago2000186503.4900
2007-08Chicago51200224812.1400
2009-10Chicago1010059303.0500
2010-11Chicago57331806333712842.3012
2011-12Chicago57301707321814602.7200
2012-13Chicago301950517615731.9404
2013-14Chicago593216010339512822.2610
2014-15Chicago57322005333312622.2718
2015-16Chicago58351805332313172.3712
2016-17Chicago55321804324713822.5512
2017-18Chicago281690215846022.2700
40923012404523566930232.37518
POSTSEASON STATS
SEASONTeamGPWLTOTMINSGASOGAAAPIM
2008-09Chicago1000016103.7500
2010-11Chicago734014351612.2120
2011-12Chicago624033961702.5800
2012-13Chicago231670215044611.8400
2013-14Chicago191180312345212.5300
2014-15Chicago201360112234722.3100
2015-16Chicago734014481902.5402
2016-17Chicago404012541202.8300
874837012550921052.2922
 

Player Info

Height/Weight:
6-2/216
Birthdate:
12/31/1984
Age:
33
Hometown:
Montreal, PQ
Team:
Chicago Blackhawks
School:

NHL Experience:

Awards:

2012-13: Jennings-Goalies Fewest Goals
2014-15: Jennings-Goalies Fewest Goals