On the first Detroit goal. much of the blame should be put on Dave Bolland, who had the puck with no Detroit at least ten feet from him. In stead of chipping it on the backhand to the D man or forward behind him, or using a slower bank shot off the wall behind the goal to D man #2, or spinning and icing, or just eating it along the wall where it would have been 2 DET forwards against at least 3 hawks( there was a forward trailing the trailing D man on the play) he chose the worst of all the above options, a hard ring around to the side where Detroit had not one but TWO players waiting for it.
Did Crawford give up a rebound? Yes, and he should take a bit of blame, but that play doesnt come close to happening if Dave Bolland takes time to look and makes a smart play instead of a panicked one.