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2019 132.34.4 0 1 1 0 53:13
3y Avg. 40.454 - 0 0 53:13

Fantasy News

  • Henrik Lundqvist: Announces retirement

    Lundqvist (heart) is retiring from the NHL. Lundqvist's illustrious career featured everything but a Stanley Cup, but it unfortunately came to a premature end due to a heart condition discovered prior to the start of the 2020-21 campaign. The future Hall-of-Fame goaltender had a 459-310-96 record, 2.43 GAA and .918 save percentage in 887 career NHL appearances, all with the Rangers. He was even better under the bright lights of the postseason, with a 2.30 GAA and .921 save percentage over 130 starts, including a 6-2 record in Game 7s and no more than one goal allowed in any of those six victories.
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  • Capitals' Henrik Lundqvist: Resumes light workouts

    Lundqvist (heart) announced via his personal Instagram account that he has resumed light workouts. Lundqvist appeared to be tracking well in his recovery from open heart surgery during the winter before announcing that inflammation had been detected around his heart in April, causing the Swedish netminder to take a step back in his rehabilitation. The 39-year-old's professional future remains uncertain even though his return to light workouts is a positive step in his recovery.
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  • Capitals' Henrik Lundqvist: Has setback, requires rest again

    Lundqvist announced Sunday via his personal Twitter account that his recent checkup showed inflammation around his heart that required a few months of rest. Lundqvist returned to the ice back in February, making some think that he'd be able to return this season. However, the 39-year-old netminder will officially be shut down for the season after Sunday's news. Lundqvist will focus on getting healthy. He'll be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and it's still uncertain whether he'll return to the NHL next year.
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  • Capitals' Henrik Lundqvist: Back on ice

    Lundqvist returned to the ice Tuesday for the first time since undergoing open heart surgery, Jim Cerny of Sporting News reports. Lundqvist won't be available this season, but it's nonetheless encouraging to see King Henrik back on the ice less than two months after undergoing open heart surgery. The veteran netminder will be an unrestricted free agent following the 2020-21 campaign, and at this point it isn't clear if he's planning to play in 2021-22.
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  • Capitals' Henrik Lundqvist: Will have open heart surgery

    Lundqvist (chest) is set to have open-heart surgery, he announced on social media Monday. Lundqvist has already been ruled out for the entirety of the 2020-21 campaign, so this latest news won't impact his availability. At this point, King Henrik may be hard-pressed to get back to a point where he can play again, though the netminder hasn't announced any plans to retire.
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  • Capitals' Henrik Lundqvist: Lands one-year deal

    Lundqvist secured a one-year, $1.5 million contract with Washington on Friday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports. Lundqvist will don another sweater for the first time in his 15-year NHL career. With 459 career wins, King Henrik currently sits second among active goalies behind only Vegas' Marc-Andre Fleury. With the Caps, Lundqvist can at best hope to split time with Ilya Samsonov, who had an excellent debut season in 2019-20. However, if the youngster struggles, Lundqvist figures to immediately jump into a starting role.
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  • Henrik Lundqvist: Contract bought out

    Lundqvist's contract was bought out by the Rangers on Wednesday. The buyout marks the end of King Henrik's 15-year reign in New York. During that time, Lundqvist posted a 459-310-96 record in 887 appearances along with a .918 save percentage, 2.43 GAA and 64 shutouts. The Swedish backstop currently sits sixth all-time in career wins and second among active players. The two-time NHL All-Star and 2011-12 Vezina Trophy winner will almost certainly garner interest from several NHL clubs, though it will likely be at significantly less than the $8.5 million cap hit he was set to cost the Rangers this year.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Tough time in Game 2

    Lundqvist stopped 30 shots in Monday's 4-1 loss to the Hurricanes in Game 2. The 38-year-old wasn't as sharp as he'd been in Game 1, surrendering a hat trick to Andrei Svechnikov, but the end result was the same. With the Rangers now facing elimination, don't be surprised if they make a change in net Tuesday night -- whether that means turning to Igor Shesterkin (undisclosed), or even Alexandar Georgiev if Shesterkin isn't yet ready to go.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Between pipes Monday

    Lundqvist will make a second straight start for Monday's Game 2 clash with the Hurricanes, Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic reports. Lundqvist faced 37 shots in Game 1 in which he made 34 saves but wasn't able to secure the win for his club. King Henrik appears to have cemented himself as the preferred option in goal and will get the nod with Igor Shesterkin still unfit to play.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Takes loss in Game 1

    Lundqvist made 34 saves in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Hurricanes in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Qualifier. Getting the surprise start over Igor Shesterkin (undisclosed), the veteran netminder was scored on by Jaccob Slavin just 61 seconds into the game after a defensive breakdown by the Rangers. Lundqvist then turned back the clock and put together a vintage performance to keep his team in the game, but New York couldn't climb out of the hole. Shesterkin's status is uncertain for Game 2 on Monday, but Lundqvist's strong showing suggests he's more than up to the task if needed.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Starting Game 1

    Lundqvist will start Saturday's Game 1 against the Hurricanes. Lundqvist was expected to be the backup for Saturday's contest, but as the Rangers took the ice for pregame warmups, news broke that Igor Shesterkin had been deemed unfit to play, paving the way for King Henrik to get the start in goal. The 38-year-old netminder struggled during the regular season, compiling a 10-12-3 record while posting a sub-par 3.16 GAA and .905 save percentage, but he looked good during training camp and has fared extremely well against the Hurricanes in the past.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Will get chance to win starting gig

    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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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Tough day against Philly

    Lundqvist made 21 saves in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Flyers. Three of Philly's five goals were scored on the power play, and the fourth came on a short-handed, odd-man rush after Ryan Strome coughed up the puck, giving Lundqvist little chance to keep the Rangers in the game in his first start in nearly a month. The veteran netminder now has a 3.19 GAA and .904 save percentage on the season as he slowly gets phased out of the crease by New York.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Back in net Sunday

    Lundqvist will start Sunday's home clash with the Flyers. Lundqvist will draw his first start since Feb. 3 against the Stars, when he was pulled after allowing four goals on 15 shots in the loss. The 37-year-old has been decent this campaign in more of a backup role, going 10-11-3 along with a 3.11 GAA and .907 save percentage in 28 appearances. It will be a tough test for the Swede, as the Flyers have surged to an 8-2-0 record in their past 10 games.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Makes quick relief appearance

    Lundqvist faced one shot in 6:04 of ice time against the Jets on Tuesday while starter Igor Shesterkin was in the locker room as part of the concussion protocol. Lundqvist was back on the bench for the start of the second period after Shesterkin was cleared to play and retook the crease. With a back-to-back on the horizon, Lundqvist should get the start against either Minnesota or Columbus on Thursday or Friday, respectively.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Turns in ugly effort versus Stars

    Lundqvist was pulled after two periods after allowing four goals on 15 shots during a 5-3 loss to Dallas on Monday. Lundqvist wasn't nearly as sharp in this game as he was in his last start, a 1-0 shutout victory over the Red Wings. Besides a pair of shutouts in his last five starts, the veteran has given up a combined 13 goals in the three other appearances and now holds a 10-11-3 record across 27 appearances in 2019-20.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Set for second straight start

    Lundqvist will tend the home twine Monday versus the Stars, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports. The three-goalie rotation leads to continuous uncertainty in the Rangers' crease, but the team will stick with Lundqvist after he posted a 33-save shutout in Saturday's 1-0 win over the Red Wings. The Stars have been shaky offensively this year, though they've won four of their last six road games despite averaging just two goals per contest in that stretch.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: First shutout in two seasons

    Lundqvist made 33 saves in a 1-0 win over Detroit on Saturday. It was his first shutout in two seasons. His last one came Nov. 19, 2017. Lundqvist loves to play the Wings -- his save percentage is a sparkling .941 against them. But this was his first game since Jan. 11 as he's been part of a three-headed goaltending monster, sharing time with Igor Shesterkin and Alexandar Georgiev. At 37, Lundqvist is on the back end of a great career, but his contract means he'll be paid by the Rangers for another full season.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Roughed up on road

    Lundqvist gave up five goals on 29 shots Saturday in a 5-2 loss to St. Louis. The veteran drew a tough assignment after watching Alexandar Georgiev from the bench for three straight games and it wasn't pretty. Lundqvist has dropped back-to-back road starts while allowing nine goals in those games, and he's yielded four or more goals in three of his last four starts. He's 9-10-1 on the season with a 3.18 GAA and .907 save percentage.
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  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Tending twine Saturday

    Lundqvist will guard the goal Saturday in St. Louis. Lundqvist has ceded the starting duties to Alexandar Georgiev each of the last three games but will get back on the saddle Saturday as he looks to uneven his 9-9-3 season record with a win. It certainly won't be easy, as the veteran netminder will be taking on a Blues team sporting a plus-21 goal differential at home.
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