Henrik Lundqvist

#30 G / New York Rangers / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 188 lb Age: 35 College: None

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  • Lundqvist was beaten just once in 33 shots in a 6-1 blowout of Carolina on Wednesday. Lundqvist didn't need to be anywhere near the top of game with how his offense played. He was there anyway, making sure that the Hurricanes never had a window to get back into the contest. The King has now managed a save percentage of .931 or better in five of his past six starts, the lone exception being Nov. 15 at Chicago.

  • Lundqvist will be the starting goalie for Wednesday's road game against the Hurricanes. Lundqvist will start his 10th consecutive game Wednesday as he continues to enjoy a decently nice run of success lately -- King Henrik has won seven of the last nine contests while sporting a workable .921 save percentage over that span. Carolina is averaging 2.95 goals per game this season, which is manageable from a goalkeeping perspective, but the Rangers will be without essential defenseman Ryan McDonagh (abdomen) on Wednesday, making Lundqvist's prospects a bit more hazy.

  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Shuts out Senators
    By RotoWire Staff

    Lundqvist stopped all 20 shots he faced in Sunday's win over Ottawa. After standing on his head in a loss to Columbus on Thursday, it's nice to see the King actually get rewarded for a strong effort. Aside from a mediocre showing against Chicago, Lundvist has been superb of late and has suffered just two losses in his last nine appearances. The 35-year-old owns a 9-6-2 record and his .911 save percentage is trending in the right direction. Given his recent play, you'll want to get the Swedish netminder in your lineup whenever the Rangers take to the ice.

  • Lundqvist will tend the twine for Sunday's matchup with Ottawa, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports. King Henrik got a tough break in his most recent appearance, taking a loss despite stopping 40 of 42 pucks Friday against the Blue Jackets. When Lundqvist returns to the crease Sunday, it will be his ninth consecutive start, and he may begin to show some signs of fatigue against an Ottawa team that's averaged 3.39 goals per game -- the fifth best mark in the league.

  • Lundqvist saved 40 of 42 shots during Friday's 2-0 loss to the Blue Jackets. After winning six straight contests with a respectable .913 save percentage and 2.66 GAA, Lundqvist has now lost two consecutive outings. However, this was obviously an excellent showing for the veteran, as the Rangers surrendered another 12 high-danger scoring chances Friday. He now sports an 8-6-2 record with .908 and 2.98 marks for the campaign, and unless the Rangers tighten up defensively, it will be difficult for Lundqvist to significantly improve those underwhelming ratios.

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