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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Watch Henrik Lundqvist Rob Warren Foegele 1/15/19

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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

James Dolan said it's "Impossible" to Find Another Henrik Lundqvist

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“It’s still a development year, but the one thing with the team that shouldn’t be a surprise to anybody is that Hank can carry a team,” Dolan said, citing Henrik Lundqvist. “I think our success up until this point is largely attributable to Hank, but that’s not what our plan is.
“Our plan, of course, is to stay with Hank but develop these kids and have a potent team besides the goalie. That’s coming along, but they’re young. The older guys, I think are contributing, but we’re not expecting to compete for a Stanley Cup this year.”

Lundqvist, who has been pulled from each of his last two games in allowing 11 goals on 50 shots in 81:18 and will back up Alexandar Georgiev on Tuesday, has of course pledged his fealty to the franchise on more than one occasion. No, he is neither jumping ship nor about to be pushed overboard.

“The real big difference between the Knicks and Rangers is Henrik,” Dolan said, in assessing the state of his two rebuilding franchises. “If the Knicks had a Henrik, they’d probably be competing for a playoff spot. No Henrik, no playoff spot.

“Hank is excellent about his conditioning, health, etc. He thinks he’s going to be here [for the payoff on the rebuild]. I think he can make it as long as [Martin] Brodeur. Maybe a little further on in his career we can give him a little more of a break here and there, but he’s an All-Star this year.

“It’s hard to find another Hank. Damn near impossible.”




https://nypost.com/2019/01/07/james-dolan-weighs-in-on-the-rangers-current-course/








Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Henrik Lundqvist ESPN The Magazine Interview

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Monday, December 17, 2018

Watch Henrik Lundqvist Rob William Karlsson 12/16/18

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Henrik Lundqvist Men's Journal Interview

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The New York Rangers all-star goalie, now in his 14th season, discusses his go-to guitar, why leather is better, and his favorite way to cruise around town.

Gear

I spend my summers in Sweden, where I grew up, and this year I bought a Hagstrom Tremar Viking Deluxe electric guitar when I was there. It’s a little bigger than my Gibsons or Fenders, which I like, and it has a good blues feel, too. I started playing regularly when I moved to New York, in 2005, and like to perform at charity events here and there when I can.


Apparel

I’m in suits and hockey gear whenever I travel for games, but on a typical fall day in New York, I tend to wear a black leather jacket, like my Stephen F bomber, and maybe a pair of boots or sneakers. Music has really shaped my style, so I like my look to have a bit of a rock & roll feel to it, especially when I’m driving or walking around the city.

Television

I travel often for hockey, so I end up watching a lot of TV on my iPad on planes and in hotels. I really like a Swedish crime series called The Bridge. But my new favorite show (in English anyway) is The Sinner. It’s a murder mystery, and Season 2 is about a 13-year-old boy who confesses to killing his parents. It’s great.


Auto

I love driving. I have a big SUV that I take to practice every day, 50 minutes north of the city, and also use to haul my two kids around. But back home in Sweden, I have a Porsche Panamera that I really love. It rides smoothly and makes for a nice cruise.




https://www.mensjournal.com/entertainment/henrik-lundqvist-on-his-favorite-guitar-leather-jacket-and-cars/

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Henrik Lundqvist TVA Sports Video Interview

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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Henrik Lundqvist Head & Shoulders GIFs

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Monday, November 19, 2018

New Henrik Lundqvist Head & Shoulders Ad

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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Henrik Lundqvist Post-Game Video Interview + Notes

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Henrik Lundqvist made 39 saves, stopped 34 of 35 shots he faced at even strength in the contest, stopped all 28 shots he faced over the final two periods of the game, and tallied an assist to earn his seventh win of the 2018-19 season and the 438th win of his NHL career. By earning a win in tonight's contest, Lundqvist passed Hall of Famer Jacques Plante for sole possession of seventh place on the NHL's all-time wins list. He is now seven wins away from tying Hall of Famer Terry Sawchuk for sixth place on the NHL's all-time wins list. In addition, including his 61 career playoff wins, Lundqvist has earned 499 wins (regular season and playoffs combined) in the NHL (and as a Ranger). Lundqvist made his 21,616th career save in tonight's game, passing Hall of Famer Grant Fuhr for sole possession of 10th place on the NHL's all-time saves list (since shots on goal and saves were first tracked in 1955-56). Lundqvist also made his 821st career NHL appearance in tonight's game, passing Sean Burke for sole possession of 13th place on the league's all-time appearances list. Lundqvist has made at least 30 saves in 10 of his 16 appearances this season; he has posted a .900 SV% or better in 13 of his 16 appearances in 2018-19 (including eight of his last nine appearances), and he has also posted a .925 SV% or better in eight of 16 appearances. He was selected as the game's Second Star tonight, and he has been selected as one of the game's Three Stars in eight of 16 appearances in 2018-19. He has earned at least one point in each of his last six decisions, dating back to Oct. 30 at San Jose (5-0-1 record, along with one no-decision, over the span). Lundqvist registered his 24th career NHL assist in tonight's game, which is tied for the 15th-most among goaltenders in NHL history. In addition, he is one assist away from tying John Vanbiesbrouck for the most assists by a goaltender in franchise history.








Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Henrik Lundqvist Post-Practice Video Interview

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