How The Blackhawks Were Built – Goaltenders

As the Hawks get set to play a best-of-three to decide the winner of the Stanley Cup, it’s worth a moment to remember how this team was put together.


Corey Crawford

The Blackhawks selected Crawford with the 52nd overall pick in the 2003 Draft. Chicago received that pick as compensation for the departure of free agent forward Tony Amonte.

Scott Darling

Darling signed with the Blackhawks as a free agent on July 1, 2014.

Antti Raanta

Raanta signed with the Blackhawks as a free agent on June 3, 2013.

7 thoughts on “How The Blackhawks Were Built – Goaltenders

  1. This is a talented group but I wonder how they would fare without 2 4 7 27 in front of them.

  2. If you watched the entire season, the whole team was bailed out plenty of times by CC’s stellar play. Actually, I believe he was our best player during the regular season. CC got us to the playoffs this year.

  3. Top 3 in GF and goal diff. Everyone contributed and Crow played great.

    Kane was the best player until that cheap shot. Would have been awesome to see him chase the scoring title.

  4. Crawford has been the Hawks MVP this year, especially in the playoffs.

    However, kudos to the HC for making the goalie change when he needed to.

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