Bowman said he was comfortable with the Hawks' goaltending tandem of starter Cristobal Huet and backup Antti Niemi.
"From my perspective, I don't worry about them," Bowman said. "We're sitting here in January. There's a lot that's going to happen between now and April. We'll see what happens. But they've both played well. We wouldn't be where we are at now without goaltending. That's comfortable for me."
Bowman's comments come after former Hawks star Jeremy Roenick said the Hawks' duo of Huet and Niemi wasn't good enough to win the Stanley Cup Wednesday on ESPN 1000's "Waddle & Silvy" show.
"It's been our strength really all year," Bowman said. "I know we play a good team defense as well, but at the same time, without solid goaltending we wouldn't be where we're at."