Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville says he likes having to make tough choices with his roster, but he probably wishes that didn't apply to his goalies for the third year in a row. With 11 games left, though, the Hawks still don't know whether they'll go with Corey Crawford or Ray Emery for the rest of the season and the playoffs. "We've always been confident in both goalies," Quenneville said. "That's where we're at." It's not unheard of for teams to rely on two goalies in the playoffs. The Philadelphia Flyers reached the Stanley Cup finals against the Hawks two years ago by using Michael Leighton and Brian Boucher.
Blackhawks can't pin down a goalie for stretch run
Chicago Sun-Times | Mar 15