If it wasn't for goalie Corey Crawford, the Blackhawks couldn't have stolen a point Saturday against the Detroit Red Wings. Every Hawk said as much. Crawford turned away 40 of 43 shots to keep the Hawks in a game they slept thru for the first 20 minutes, but he couldn't prevent Todd Bertuzzi from scoring the game-winner with 38.3 seconds left in overtime. Bertuzzi scored after Valtteri Filppula's shot hit the crossbar. "It went up in the air and I lost it for a second, and I think he one-timed it as soon as it hit the ice," Crawford said. "It just squeaked through."
Corey Crawford keeps Blackhawks in game, but to no avail
Chicago Sun-Times | Jan 15