I believe Luongo was pulled twice in that series. Crawford was the better and more consistent goaltender. He was the one that looked like the veteran. Those games perhaps were past your bedtime, so here are Crawford's numbers from that series, FYI: 2.21 GAA, .927 SVP, 1 SO. 1 goal away from eliminating the President's Trophy winners as the 8th seed.
RE: the "#1 goalie". People said the same thing with Antti Niemi, and then they won a Cup with him. Corey Crawford has all the tools to be a very good NHL goaltender. I can't see Chicago being seriously interested in adding someone else unless he were to get injured.
Lu had more wins, more shutouts, and SA against, came up big in big moments.
Crawford isn't a green rookie, he is 28 and has been up and down since the previous lockout. He's not going to become much better.
Clearly, they don't share your opinion, as I don't imagine they've made that offer to Mike Gillis, who would be foolish to not accept it.
Haha Foolish not to accept, that's hilarious an elite goaltender for a mediocre 2nd/3rd liner who is a pending UFA, an unproven rookie and a 2nd round pick.
Glad to see your not running the team, that's highway robbery for Toronto.