08:25 AM ET 07.12 | It's hard to blame the Blackhawks for chasing Martin Brodeur when it seemed he was available, but the Devils mainstay re-upped in New Jersey. Still, there is no indication they are beating the bushes to replace [Corey Crawford] with just anyone. ... So while the Hawks want the upgrade, they aren't ready to push Crawford aside. "I'm very comfortable and confident with Corey," Quenneville said. "You look at the history of goaltenders around the league ... there is a little bit of a bounce factor in that second year. A number of top goalies have had that career path. We anticipate Corey getting right back on track." Quenneville isn't wrong about the sophomore slump. It's been well documented.