With the Chicago Blackhawks trailing the Phoenix Coyotes 3-1, the Blackhawks are considering making a change at the net. According to coach Quenneville, the team is "talking about" potentially replacing starting goalie Corey Crawford:
Q says "we're talking bout that" re goalie for tomorrow. No annoucement— Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiHawks) April 20, 2012
So far in the playoffs, Crawford has managed a .900 save percentage with an average of 2.64 goal against per game. During the 2011-12 regular season, Crawford played in 57 games and sported a .903 save percentage and a 2.72 goals against average.
The Blackhawks' backup goalie, Ray Emery, played in 34 games, briefly taking over as the starter, and finished the year with a .900 save percentage and 2.81 goals against average.
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