Corey Crawford, long time beloved goaltender for the Chicago Blackhawks, has just announced his retirement from the NHL.
Well, we're officially in Hell, Chicago.
This is like losing a friend.
Well the Blackhawks season has come to an end and I for one, as you can expect, am heartbroken.
If it were not for Corey Crawford being elite today, I would have completely lost my mind.
I'm sitting in my south side garage, watching a Chicago dog, watching the Blackhawks shitkick the St. Louis Blues. My life has never been better.
Off the bat, I hate this "unfit to play" with no description.
I love the Hawks win or lose but the 2010s Blackhawks hit different.
On July 1st, the Blackhawks signed goaltender Robin Lehner to a one-year, $5 million dollar contract.
The Chicago Blackhawks are three points away from a playoff spot and they're going to need to be alive tonight against the Ottawa Senators in order to get within 1.
Corey Crawford, the Chicago Blackhawks goaltender, could be making his comeback soon and at the best time.
It's something that is not talked about enough. The serious toll that head injuries can take on professional sports players.