The 30-year-old doesn’t always post the greatest numbers, but he does have two Stanley Cup championships to his name.
This season, Crawford seems to be a man on a mission.
He’s yet to lose back-to-back starts in 2015-16 and his recent run has been pretty impressive.
Crawford recorded consecutive shutouts over Winnipeg and Vancouver on Friday and Sunday before dropping a 3-0 decision to Colorado on Tuesday.
On Thursday, The ‘Hawks goalie bounced back in a big way, as he stopped all 33 shots he faced in a 4-0 win over the Edmonton Oilers.
“I feel good right now,” said Crawford, per the Chicago Sun-Times. “I’m really focused and I’m seeing the puck well throughout the whole game and getting a lot of help, too, from everyone. Especially tonight.”
Since Dec. 1, Crawford has started eight games and he’s allowed just 10 goals during that span.