Marty Turco, who signed a free-agent contract last summer to be the Blackhawks' No. 1 goaltender, is resigned to being a backup. It's a role he accepted months ago, when coach Joel Quenneville tabbed Corey Crawford as No. 1.
Despite Corey Crawford winning all three games on the Chicago Blackhawks' current streak, coach Joel Quenneville announced Wednesday that Marty Turco will be in net for Friday's game against the Vancouver Canucks.