Corey Crawford slaps puck out of midair

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Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford had 34 saves in Thursday’s win over the Minnesota Wild and none were better than his save in the second period.

Crawford saved a shot off his chest then used his stick as a sword and swiped the puck out of reach from the Wild offense.

For his performance against the Wild, the Blackhawks awarded Crawford with the championship belt, which is given to the top player of the night.

Sportcenter anchor John Buccigross says Crawford played a lot better against the Wild than he did against the Predators.

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