The Chicago Blackhawks and general manager Stan Bowman gambled this offseason when they signed Robin Lehner. 

It was a crowded house between pipes on paper but it's worked out so far this season. 

However with both players UFA after this season, there's lots of question marks on who will be the Blackhawks goalie next season. 

Earlier this week we had Robin Lehner who said he wouldn't be willing to take a hometown discount and wants to get paid.

Now Corey Crawford has made a statement about his future. 

According to NHL Insider Bob McKenzie, Crawford isn't willing to be anybody's backup. 

So it doesn't really sound like Crawford is interested in any timeshares going forward and might explore the free agent market.