In this postseason Chicago's Corey Crawford boasts and NHL-low 1.74 goals-against average, which places him just ahead of Boston's Tuukka Rask who's no slouch either with 1.75 GAA. When it comes to save percentage the two flip-flop, Rask leads the league with a .943 save percentage, and Crawford is right on his heels by keeping out .935 percent of the shots opponents put on goal. In short, the 28-year-old Crawford and 26-year-old Rask are some stingy dudes, and it's going to take every bit of skill, and luck, in order to beat these two net minders. If only Toronto held onto Rask, maybe that game seven would have...