Corey Crawford was 'devastated' the Blackhawks severed ties: 'It was a tough phone call,' the new Devils goalie says

It didn’t take Corey Crawford long to find a new home.A day after the Chicago Blackhawks severed ties with the two-time Stanley Cup-winning goaltender, Crawford on Friday agreed to a two-year, $7.8 million deal with the New Jersey Devils.Crawford spent the first 13 seasons of his career with the Hawks and was a key part of their championship runs in 2013 and ’15. He has the third-most wins in franchise history and holds the team record with 52 playoff victories.The Hawks selected Crawford in the second round of the 2003 draft, and he was the team’s starting goalie from 2010-11 through last sea…

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