In Blackhawks news today, Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford stood on his head in Game 3 against the St. Louis Blues, recording 34 saves in a 2-0 shutout victory.
Monday's blanking of the Blues marks Crawford's third career postseason shutout, perhaps putting questions to bed about whether or not Crawford is in the right mindset to help the Blackhawks to get back into this series.
Jonathan Toews got the game-winner in the first period, with the game remaining 1-0 until Marcus Kruger put in an empty netter with time waning.
The Blackhawks now can go into game 4 with a sense of optimism, only down two games to one after two emotionally draining losses to the Blues in overtimes in games 1 and 2.
Ryan Miller had 23 saves for the St. Louis Blues in the loss, looking just as sharp as Crawford -- except for the early tally by Toews.
Game 4 is in Chicago at 9:30pm EST on Wednesday with the Blackhawks looking to tie the series at two apiece.