McLennan's Post-2-Post: Quick falters in Game 2

Jamie McLennan
6/2/2013 11:23:55 PM
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Throughout the Stanley Cup Playoffs, NHL on TSN analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan ranks the netminders after each game night.

Number values assigned are out of five with five being the best performance.

Corey Crawford - 4 – Had a very solid game.  He had good exchanges with his "D" and his decision making was early and sharp. Big save on Penner in the second period was a timely save for the Hawks. He continues to play with a ton of poise in the net.

Jonathan Quick - 1 – There was not a lot of help in front of him. The Hawks did a good job of keeping him in his blue paint.   He was not able to establish his game and get set for shots. The hawks are targeting blocker side above the pad, and he was beat two times there by Handzus and Seabrook, but it was Shaw's goal that he would like back as well, as it was short-side.

Jonathan Bernier - 5 – He had mop up duty for half a game, was solid and not forced to make a ton of saves as the Hawks took their foot off the gas.

Jonathan Quick (Photo: The Canadian Press)


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