Corey Crawford is supposed to have problems stopping the Bruins with his glove. So why does it feel like they haven’t tested him there yet in Game 5?
The B’s might be playing mind games with the Blackhawks netminder early, trying to psych him out by refusing to fall into the trap of aiming at his weakness. Instead, they could be trying to make him start over-thinking their shot selection. Will they start shooting more glove-side for the rest of the game? Maybe. Maybe not.
With all these mind games (possibly) going on, only one thing’s for sure, really: Never go against a Sicilian when death is on the line. For more, check out what NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette has to say in the above video.