Corey Crawford taking "indefinite leave of absence" from Devils

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Scott King
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Crawford taking "indefinite leave of absence" from Devils originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

On Friday, the New Jersey Devils announced that former Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford is taking an "indefinite leave of absence from the club due to personal reasons."

Crawford, a two-time Stanley Cup champion with Chicago (2013, 2015), missed the Devils' training camp for a fifth straight day on Friday after signing a two-year contract with the team in the offseason. He did participate in New Jersey's first two days of camp on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1.

The 36-year old netminder, whose contract with New Jersey carries a $3.9 million average annual value, is the only goalie to win multiple Stanley Cups with the Blackhawks and owns the third most wins (260) and saves (12,778) in Hawks history.

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