It's been a tough offseason for goalie Corey Crawford and it seems he's had enough.
Crawford was extremely disappointed when the Chicago Blackhawks didn't offer him a new contract and let him walk to free agency.
Offers weren't exactly flying in for the Stanley Cup winning goalie and ended up signing a two year deal with the New Jersey Devils.
Now it seems he might not even play one game of that contract.
Crawford walked away from Devils training camp and the team announced that he "has taken an indefinite leave of absence from the club due to personal reasons."
Speculation has risen that Crawford's head just isn't in the game anymore and is ready to walk away.
Devils announce that Corey Crawford "has taken an indefinite leave of absence from the club due to personal reasons."
— Mark Lazerus (@MarkLazerus) January 8, 2021