CHICAGO — Blackhawks players and coaches were not panicking over the play of goaltender Corey Crawford, who let in five goals in Wednesday night’s Game 4 victory over the Bruins.
“I don’t really see anything terribly wrong with the way he played,” captain Jonathan Toews said on Thursday. “Maybe some of the shots from far out that went in overshadowed some of the stops that he did make.”
Crawford struggled with his glove, as all five goals went to that side. Coach Joel Quenneville said he would talk to Crawford about that, but there was no way he would switch to backup Ray Emery, who has not played since the end of the regular season. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.