Is Crawlford that good

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  1. hawksgoal

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    I see his stats have been very good, stoped 48 out of 50 last game. Does he have NHL talent, so far he has better stats then Fleury did. That does not mean I think he is as goes as fleury, just want to know he he is for real.
     
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    Craw is a good goalie, he is amzing technically and he is very boring to watch. He never flops around wrecklessly, the puck always hits him in the crest. Very rare is he out of position.

    I think he has NHL upside, but will need some time in the AHL for sure.

    He is 19 this season, so he will be eligible for AHL next year.
     
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    We're really gonna have a problem down the road. while Tbo and Leighton are with the big team, we'll also have to give AHL ice time to Andersson, Crawford, Ayers and Brodeur.
     
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    Craw is better than Brodeur.

    Plus there is something called the ECHL.

    Lots of good goalies down there because only 2 goals can play on each team so if a team has 6 goalies then 2 need to play on the coast.
     
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