According to team president John Davidson, Lundqvist will have a chance to win the starting job back during the Rangers' pre-playoffs training camp, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.

Lundqvist has essentially served as New York's No. 3 netminder since early January behind Igor Shesterkin and Alexandar Georgiev, but the Rangers may want to rely on the 38-year-old Swede's wealth of experience once the playoffs get underway. They'll also be taking on the Hurricanes in the qualifying round, and Lundqvist has been exceptional against Carolina this year, going 3-0-0 while posting an impressive 2.33 GAA and .947 save percentage. More information regarding New York's goaltending battle should begin to surface once the team's training camp gets underway in mid-July.

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