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11-27-2004, 09:22 PM
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Corey Crawford Goalie Extrordinarie

Chicago prospect corey crawford


AMAZING

faces 40 shots a game lets in 1

2 shutouts away from league record already 1 away from moncton record

Each year good goalies come out of thsi league

roy, Brodeur, Thibault, Crawford

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thoughts q fans?

if you speak english...

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Hes good

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Crawford stands out as one of the best in the "Q". However, don't overlook Quebec's guy Joyal. He's solid as well, and plays behind a fairly young defensive group. Why did Lewiston give up Joyal so easily???

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Why did Lewiston give up Joyal so easily???
They drafted Jonathan Bernier. He's better.

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Crawford is indeed quite good but its difficult to judge HOW good he is because he doesn't exactly face a ton of high quality shots on a given day. The Wildcats have been so dominant this year that Crawford usually doesn't face more than 20-25 shots, most of them really low quality (wrist shots from deep, non screened slappers from the point, etc).

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Crawford stands out as one of the best in the "Q". However, don't overlook Quebec's guy Joyal. He's solid as well, and plays behind a fairly young defensive group. Why did Lewiston give up Joyal so easily???
Joyal was an average JR A goalie, Lewy had liek 5 guys in the crease at that time and Joyal was 4th on depth chart. They got a solid player for him considering they werent going to use him.

PLUS Quebec intended on him being the #2 behind Filiaterault. Sometimes goalies are a weird breed. Late bloomer maybe. He stole the #1 job and Fili was traded.

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