Hopefully they can generate some offense. Teuvo looked like he got to (another) level and had the puck a lot more." Corey Crawford will be in net after making 36 saves against the Wild. He's started each of the last three losses to Winnipeg while
Blackhawks to a 4-1 victory over the sliding Minnesota Wild on Sunday night. Defenseman Johnny Oduya also scored and Corey Crawford had 36 saves as Chicago rebounded from an ugly 5-2 loss at Edmonton on Friday night. Jonathan Toews and Patrick
Preview: Blackhawks at Wild
recorded a season-high 54 shots but was blanked by Semyon Varlamov in suffering its first shutout since Nov. 2. Corey Crawford allowed both goals in the opening 1:17. The Blackhawks have given up the first goal in five straight games
puck," coach Joel Quenneville said. "That was a good start for him, and (Tuesday) we'll see how he does." Corey Crawford will start for the third time against Colorado (15-16-8) this season as he looks to bounce back after posting
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Corey Crawford and Patrick Kane discuss the Blackhawks' Game 2 loss and what they can do better in Game 3.