08:30 AM ET 04.08 | It wasn't long ago -- last week, in fact -- that Ray Emery was telling everyone that Corey Crawford was the No. 1 guy in Chicago and he was playing the role of a No. 2. But after earning his second shutout in his last three outings Saturday afternoon, Emery again got the start Sunday. ... [Joel Quenneville] hinted last week that Crawford was his No. 1 guy, citing the fact that he's played more games (23 to Emery's 17). But he's been reluctant to flat-out anoint anyone. ... And asked for the umpteenth time this season if he'd be open to playing both goalies in the playoffs, Quenneville again demurred. "You never know," he said. "I don't want to say no. We'll see. I'm not worried about it right now."