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Blackhawks enthused over their play since injury sidelined Patrick Kane
Blackhawks enthused over their play since injury sidelined Patrick Kane

Jonathan Toews shot Corey Crawford a grin after shooting a backhand past him Friday during Blackhawks practice at Johnny's Ice House West. And why not? Crawford has been the wizard of "oohs" and "ahhs" since leading scorer Patrick Kane broke his collarbone Feb. 24. Getting the best of him, even if it doesn't count, counts for something. "You try to keep your game at a high level all year," said Crawford, who is 6-0-1 and has stopped 216 of the 224 shots he has seen during that stretch for a .964 save percentage. "There are dips here and there; it happens to everyone. "We've played at a pretty high level. We can give a little bit...

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