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It’s astonishing how what was once a strength – Canada’s overall depth in goal – will now be its biggest question mark heading into the Olympics. You wonder, if the Chicago Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup and Corey Crawford has a good run, if his name doesn’t enter the conversation as well. Crawford and his partner Ray Emery had the best cumulative goals-against average in the league this year (1.98 to win the Jennings Trophy), but neither of them made it as a finalist in the Vezina trophy balloting.

-Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail.  More on Canada's Olympic goalie situation plus a few more topics.

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