Blackhawks Activate Corey Crawford

On Wednesday morning, the Blackhawks activated goaltender Corey Crawford off IR. The team sent Lars Johansson back to Rockford to make room on the roster for Crawford.

Before requiring an emergency appendectomy in Philadelphia, Crawford posted a 12-6-2 record with two shutouts, a .927 save percentage and 2.27 goals against average. He is set to return to the net on Friday night when the Hawks host the struggling Colorado Avalanche.

4 thoughts on “Blackhawks Activate Corey Crawford

  • December 21, 2016 at 9:40 am

    Ravi d’avoir Corey Crawford de retour. Scott Darling a fait un travail admirable de prendre le relais, mais maintenant il est bon d’avoir notre gardien numéro un. Viva Québeck.

  • December 21, 2016 at 10:44 am

    Love the French language post.

    Wall has a close friend (really, really close if you know what I’m saying) by the name of Jacques Strap. The guy goes around doing cup checks on St. Louis Blues players and Wall keeps asking Jacques Strap to film the encounters.


    Merci beaucoup

  • December 21, 2016 at 10:53 am

    Translated text from post avbove:

    Nice to have Corey Crawford back. Scott Darling did an admirable job of taking over, but now it’s good to have our number one keeper back. Viva Québeck.

    Wish you all a Merry Christmas


    Go Hawks!

  • December 21, 2016 at 2:44 pm

    Hoff – is that you? I admit to laughing at your posts but I really shouldn’t. I’m going to make myself a promise not to laugh anymore because the posts are at Wall’s expense (he’s just a fan like the rest of us). In all sincerity perhaps whoever you are could you possibly consider not posting critical comments towards Tab’s readers? At our core we’re all Blackhawk fans but with different perspectives and opinions. Some want to build on our recent Cup runs while others (like me) are more then content with these awesome golden years (everything else is gravy). Just a kind request from one Hawk fan to another. Merry Christmas ALL – I truly enjoy reading all of your contributions to keep me in the loop from Philadelphia.

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