The Chicago Blackhawks dropped Game 2 to the Edmonton Oilers last night in a big way as they took a 6-3 loss at the hands of the Oilers. 

It was a bit of a reality check after they beat the Oilers 6-4 in Game 1 and looked pretty dominant the whole way through. 

On Tuesday, head coach Jeremy Colliton came to the defense of his goalie, Corey Crawford, who let in all six goals and finished the night with a .829 save percentage.

"He made some big saves for us. We put him in some tough spots. The first goal, the second goal. Couple deflections. ... We believe him and we know he's a guy that can win games for us and win series for us. Happy to have him in there."

There's no doubt that Crawford will start Game 3 and hopefully the team puts together a stronger performance in front of him.