Lundqvist stopped 27 of 31 shots in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Senators.
King Henrik has been stuck on 18 wins for nearly a month now, losing six straight starts with a 3.71 GAA and .893 save percentage. The Rangers have two games remaining, so Lundqvist should wrap up a disappointing season this weekend with a chance to play spoiler against either the Blue Jackets or Penguins.
Lundqvist will patrol the blue paint against the visiting Senators on Wednesday.
Lundqvist is sitting at a career-low 18 wins with three games remaining on the Rangers' schedule, and his season-long 3.05 GAA and .908 save percentage haven't been all that helpful even in deep leagues. However, he'll be stacked against the lowly Senators in this next contest, with the King looking to get back on his throne against a club with the worst record in the league at 28-45-6.
Lundqvist stopped 37 of 40 shots in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Devils.
New Jersey's final goal was scored into an empty net. Lundqvist has lost five straight starts, posting a 3.65 GAA and .897 save percentage along the way, and while he continues to cede workload to Alexandar Georgiev, the Rangers have one more back-to-back set left on their schedule -- meaning King Henrik should see action at least once more this season.
Lundqvist will guard the goal Monday against the Devils.
Lundqvist has hit a funk in the cage of late, losing each of his last four starts. He posted a 3.81 GAA over that span, including a 4.40 mark in three road efforts. The Devils are among a handful of teams below the Rangers in the standings, so there's at least a chance the King will get back in the win column. It would certainly help if he could get some support from a Rangers offense that has averaged just 2.07 goals per game in March.
Lundqvist gave up six goals on 32 shots in Wednesday's 6-3 loss to Boston.
King Henrik has lost four straight and is without a win since Mar. 9. Record-wise, with 31 losses compared to just 18 wins, 2018-19 will go down as the worst of Lundqvist's storied career, and it remains to be seen if he'll remain in New York beyond this year.
Lundqvist will guard the cage in Wednesday's road game against the Bruins.
Lundqvist was rock solid in his last start March 19 against Detroit, turning aside 27 of 29 shots, but he ultimately suffered his 30th loss of the season due to a lack of goal support from his teammates. The Swedish netminder will look to stay sharp and snap his three-game losing streak in a tough road matchup with a Boston team that's 28-7-3 at home this campaign.
Lundqvist turned aside 27 of 29 shots in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Red Wings.
Detroit's final goal was scored into an empty net. Lundqvist has now lost three straight starts in his quest for career win No. 450, and he's struggled to a 1-5-2 record, 3.11 GAA and .909 save percentage over his last eight outings.
Lundqvist will start in net for Tuesday's home clash with Detroit, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
The 37-year-old will be going for win number 450, but has been less then stellar lately, going 1-3-1 to go along with a 2.79 GAA and .920 save percentage in his last five starts. Lundqvist draws a solid match-up against a Red Wings offense that ranks 26th in goals per game (2.67).
Lundqvist allowed four goals on 45 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Wild on Saturday.
The 37-year-old will have to wait to win his 450th career game. He hasn't done a whole lot of winning lately, going 2-7-3 in the last 12 games. But like Saturday, Lundqvist is facing a high volume of shots, and he's still turning aside a so-so portion of them (he owns a .912 save percentage in his last 12 starts). Overall, Lundqvist is 18-19-10 with a 3.01 GAA and .909 save percentage in 48 games.
Lundqvist will defend the blue paint in Saturday's road game against Minnesota, NHL.com's Jessi Pierce reports.
Lundqvist was a little shaky in his last start Wednesday against Vancouver, allowing three goals on 27 shots en route to a 4-1 loss. The Swedish netminder will look to bounce back and pick up his 450th career victory in a road matchup with a slumping Wild team that's lost three consecutive contests.
Lundqvist allowed three goals on 27 shots in a 4-1 loss to the Canucks on Wednesday.
The 37-year-old continues to experience an inconsistent season. Over the last month, he's posted a save percentage above .950 twice and below .900 twice. During that stretch, he's 1-3-2 with a .905 save percentage overall. Lundqvist is 18-18-10 with a 2.99 GAA and a .909 save percentage in 46 games this season.
Lundqvist will man the visitor's crease Wednesday in Vancouver, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
The King lost three consecutive starts before winning his last one, and Lundqvist will hope to record back-to-back wins for the first time since Jan. 31 on Wednesday when the Rangers take on Vancouver. The Canucks enter play having lost five of their last six.
Lundqvist turned aside 22 of 24 shots in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Devils.
New Jersey took a 2-0 lead into the first intermission, but Lundqvist shut the door after that to collect his 18th win of the season. The veteran netminder doesn't offer the consistency he once did, but he's still capable of solid performances and now sports a 2.79 GAA and .922 save percentage over his last six starts.
Lundqvist will guard the cage in Saturday's home game against New Jersey, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Lundqvist was fantastic in his last start Thursday against Detroit, turning aside 43 of 45 shots, but he ultimately suffered his 27th defeat of the season due to a lack of goal support from his teammates. The Swedish goaltender will look to stay sharp and snap his four-game losing streak in a favorable home matchup with a banged-up Devils team that's lost five consecutive contests.
Lundqvist stopped 43 of 45 shots but was ultimately saddled with a 3-2 shootout loss Thursday in Detroit.
Lundqvist made 40 stops through regulation and got all three pucks sent his way in overtime, but one shootout goal against was all it took to keep him out of the win column for the fourth straight game and eighth time in his last nine. With the Rangers icing a subpar lineup after selling off at the trade deadline, Lundqvist's redraft league value is about as low as it's been at any point in his stellar career.
Lundqvist will tend the twine on the road versus the Red Wings on Thursday.
Lundqvist will find himself in unfamiliar territory down the stretch, as coach David Quinn has indicated he will likely split the duties between King Henrik and Alexandar Georgiev for the remainder of the season. As a result, the Swede will certainly miss the 30-win mark for just the third time in his career and could fail to reach 20, though he needs just three more to get there.
Lundqvist stopped 32 of 35 shots in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Canadiens.
Montreal's final goal came into an empty net. Lundqvist is now 0-3-1 over his last four starts and 1-5-2 since the beginning of February, posting a 3.14 GAA and .907 save percentage over the last month. The 37-year-old isn't the franchise goalie he once was and with the Rangers out of playoff contention, Alexandar Georgiev should see an increased workload down the stretch in Lundqvist's place.
Lundqvist will be in goal for Friday's home game versus the Habs.
Lundqvist will be making his first appearance in the crease following his decision not to waive his no-movement clause at the trade deadline. While King Henrik should still see the bulk of the starts the rest of the way, the organization may want to give Alexandar Georgiev a few extra looks. With Lundqvist under contract for two more seasons at $8.5 million AAV, moving him will likely be a challenge even if he is willing to leave the Big Apple.
At least one team approached the Rangers about acquiring Lundqvist before Monday's trade deadline, but Lundqvist refused to waive his no-movement clause, David Pagnotta of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Lundqvist has never known any NHL team but the Rangers, and he remains committed to the franchise even with New York in the midst of a rebuild. The soon-to-be 37-year-old netminder will have a tough time delivering strong fantasy value on Broadway for the rest of this season considering Kevin Hayes, Mats Zuccarello (arm) and Adam McQuaid were all subtracted from an already underwhelming Rangers roster at the trade deadline.
Lundqvist stopped 29 of 35 shots in Sunday's 6-5 overtime loss to the Capitals.
February has not been kind to King Henrik. The veteran netminder is now 1-4-2 through seven starts on the month with a 3.16 GAA and .906 save percentage, and with the Rangers in the process of unloading their expiring contracts as part of a rebuild, Lundqvist's outlook for wins isn't likely to improve down the stretch.
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