ShareThis From the Rangers official Facebook page:
It's NYR Trivia Thursday! Text PLAY to RANGER (726437) on your mobile phone for today's trivia question. Weekly winners receive a Rangers gift bag. Each month one lucky winner will be selected – July’s lucky winner will receive a Henrik Lundqvist autographed stick.
Henrik recently participated in a celebrity tennis match in Bastad, Sweden. Can any Swedish readers translate this interview for the rest of us? I would love to know what Henrik has been up to in Sweden. Thank you in advance.
"Henrik Lundqvist, goaltender for the New York Rangers, gave us the green light to start working on the Lambo. This car will be completely modified from the inside out. We will be doing a custom interior as well as a matte black exterior finish. We will be building a set of custom ProForged wheels for this car. This will be a very exciting build and we will be posting progress pictures all the way until the end, so stay tuned."
"Project Lambo is officially under way... We started taking the car apart, the interior has been gutted and the car is ready for the paint booth. It will go in today and get re-sprayed matte black. We already finished the wheels in black as you can see in the photos. The car is nearing completion so stay tuned for updates photos over the next couple of weeks!"
ShareThis Henrik Lundqvist is in Gothenburg. GP met him when he was training young goalkeepers at goalie school in Öckerö.
- It's rewarding to see these young goalkeepers. They are very aware though they are only 8-9 years. I think it depends a lot on the media. They can check the internet and they can see much hockey on TV Of course I did not know what I did when I was 14, "said Henrik Lundqvist, and laughs. Goalkeeper star is back home in Gothenburg one week previously and will be involved in the goalie school one day a week during the five weeks it is ongoing. 45 goalies, born between 1993 and 2000, trying to develop his game at goalkeeper Öckerö this week. Henrik Lundqvist to glide around the ice and gives tips and advice are of course valuable for both individuals and attractions. - It is clear that Henke is important. All have seen how it has gone for him, "said Michael Lehner, head of goalkeeper School Gold in the Net and Henkes former goalkeeper coach. It is the second year that Michael and Lehner Henrik Lundqvist runs his goalie school in Öckerö.