Former Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford, who helped bring the franchise two Stanley Cup trophies, stuns hockey world with decision to retire

CHICAGO — It turns out Corey Crawford won’t play a game for any team other than the Chicago Blackhawks. The two-time Stanley Cup champion and two-time Jennings Trophy winner announced his retirement Saturday, issuing a farewell statement to fans and the Hawks and Devils organizations through the New Jersey Devils’ communications staff. The statement came less than a week before he was set to begin the season with the Devils. “I have been fortunate to have had a long career playing professional hockey for a living. I wanted to continue my career, but believe I’ve given all I can to the game of …

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