Hawk's weakness is goaltending, let us pray when we face them in the final Crawford breaks apart.
You might be right about crawford, but its also easy to make a case supporting him.
He had a good rookie season, and I guess the hawks management also agreed as they locked him up to a new multi-milion dollar deal. He was bad in his sophmore season, and now he is playing very well, perhaps even above himself.
I don't think crawford is a superstar by any means, but the hawks just need an adequate goalie, and I think he fits the bill. It could just be a case of the sophmore jinx... we've seen it many times before.
chicago in the west, boston in the east = two teams with most depth (and a little bit of everything) - although goaltending suspect in Chicago and not sold on Boston's team speed. I like what Bergevin is doing by building depth through 4 lines