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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Henke after the fiasco: "It is a bitter"


VANCOUVER. Henrik Lundqvist was zero up to the Olympic quarterfinals.
In Slovakia collapsed four goals in just 14 shots on.
- It is a bitter, "said Henrik Lundqvist after 4-3-loss in Vancouver
New York Rangers star Henrik Lundqvist was great Tre Kronor hero when it became Swedish gold in Turin in 2006.
In the final seconds of the Olympic final he saved Olli Jokinen neutral and thus secured his Three Kronors second Olympic gold medal in history.
Lundqvist came to Vancouver as celebrated NHL superstar, and he was superb up to the Olympic quarterfinals.
Nil burst
Against both Germany and Finland, he zero. Slovakia managed to get a hole in Lundqvist in a power play in the second period. Ironically, it was Rangers His friend Marian Gaborik who shot the target.
- They were good in their power play. It was enough. Power-play and counter-attack.
After 1-0 Three Crowns were working in steep uphill.
- I do not know how I dropped the stick there. There was someone who came to it. For me, it is virtually expulsion and of course the judge was there.
- It's frustrating.
Slovakia were 2-0 and got key 3-2, although the power play. Pavol Demitra was shot over Lundqvist's left shoulder.
- This is how it is. When it comes to a match is the difference between winning and losing so incredibly small. They have the extra little luck.

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