Crawford spoke of his confidence in net to Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune:
"I've always believed in what I can do," Crawford said. "I never want to get too high or start criticizing myself and getting on myself too much. It's just that even keel. I've always been confident.
The 2013 playoffs have been great for the Montreal native—and great is an understatement.
Crawford sports a .950 save percentage and a 1.27 goals-against average in six games played.
Last year, Corey Crawford's 2.48 goals-against average and 0.893 save percentage left Hawks fans wondering about his future with the team. No one is questioning Crawford's dominance in net this year.
The only question left to answer is whether Will Crawford can keep his form in the rest of the series against the Detroit Red Wings?
Here are three reasons why I have no doubt that he will.