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Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford’s promise to not swear at the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup rally did not last through his first sentence.

By Extra Mustard
June 18, 2015

Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford is happy to have repeated his team’s 2013 success with another Stanley Cup, but he was hoping for a better performance this year at the team’s victory rally.

After winning his first Cup as a starting goalie two years ago, Crawford caused a bit of a stir with his spirited and profane speech at the teams victory parade.

This time around Crawford told reporters that he would keep his comments more PG-rated, according to the Chicago Tribune.

“I’m going to try to be a little more professional,” Crawford said. “I owe it to all the mothers in the crowd.”

Crawford still has some work to do on cleaning up his language, though, as he responded to teammate Patrick Sharp’s call for Crawford to wear a muzzle by saying “That's probably a pretty [expletive] good idea.”

And when the time came for the potty-mouthed goalie to address the crowd, his first words were, not surprisingly, “F-----g right, Chicago!”
No word yet on what the mothers in the crowd thought.

Brendan Maloy

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