After losing three of his last five starts, Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford isn't waiting for his next game to turn things around. Crawford has been conferring with goaltending coach Stephane Waite and viewing video to try to get his game back on track. "It has been up and down, not just for the team but for me personally," Crawford said. "I'm just trying to work on some things, do some video and try to adjust the things that need to be adjusted. It's important to do that and work on some stuff technically." With the Hawks struggling defensively in front of him, Crawford has seen his goals-against average rise to 2.86 and his save percentage drop to .898. The consistency he and the team showed earlier this season has waned with a 6-4-0 mark in the last 10 games.
Hawks' Crawford making adjustments
Chicago Tribune | Dec 2