Lundqvist will start between the pipes for New York.
Lundqvist allowed three goals on 30 shots in the Rangers' 3-1 loss to the Canadiens on Saturday. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for King Henrik, but it is good to see him posting a save percentage above .900 for the fourth straight game after a very difficult stretch to start the season. There are not many better options (if any) that Lundqvist, keep rolling him every night.
Lundqvist allowed three goals on 31 shots in a win over the Devils on Tuesday. After a rough start to the season, King Henrik has won three starts in a row while allowing just four goals on 94 shots (.958 SV%). Tonight will be the firs time he faces the Habs since his 18-save shutout in game 6 of Eastern Conference Finals.
Lundqvist stopped all 33 shots he faced in a 4-0 win over the Sharks on Sunday. After a dreadful start to the season, Lundqvist has settled in in his last two starts, stopping 62 of 63 shots (.984 SV%) to earn back-to-back victories. He was 2-2-1 with a 2.81 GAA and .877 SV% against New Jersey last season.
Lundqvist bounced-back allowing just one goal on 30 shots in a 2-1 shootout win over the Hurricanes on Thursday. It has been a rough start to the season for Lundqvist and he won't get easier tomorrow when he takes on the Sharks.
Lundqivst allowed six goals on 27 shots in a 6-3 loss to the Islanders on Tuesday. It was the second straight game that 'King Henrik' has allowed six goals and he now sits with an ugly 5.41 GAA and .816 SV%. You might remember Lundqvist having a brutal start last season as well, so I wouldn't panic, especially tonight against a depleted Hurricanes team.
Lundqvist was pulled after he allowed six goals on 24 shots in Sunday's blowout loss to the Maple Leafs. 'King Henrik' did not look himself in Sunday's contest, but the Rangers will give him the chance to bounce-back tonight with the Isles in town. He is 8-1 with a 1.76 GAA and .944 SV% vs the Islanders in the last three seasons, so he is a must-start.
Lundqvist will start Sunday in the Rangers home opener.
Lundqvist started his season off with a win, stopping 23 of 25 shots in a 3-2 victory over the Blues. It was an even game, but King Henrik outduelled Brain Elliott to earn his first W of the year. On Sunday he will get the call for the Rangers' home opener as they welcome the Maple Leafs to town. He was 16-14-4 with a 2.13 GAA and .926 SV% at home a season ago.
Lundqvist is one of the best goalies in the world and he was a big reason why the Rangers were able to get to the Stanley Cup Finals last season. New York is a much different looking team than they were a season ago, but one thing that is the same is 'King Henrik'. If you drafted him in fantasy; it was early and you are not going to bench him, even against a tough Blues team.
Lundqvist allowed three goals on 15 shots in the 3-0 loss in game three. The loss put the Rangers on the brink of elimination and gives the Kings four chances to win one game for the Stanley Cup. Lundqvist has a .922 SV% this postseason, but has struggled in the Finals, posting an .892 through the first three games.
Lundqvist will be in goal for the Rangers in game three.
Lundqvist allowed five goals on 44 shots in the Rangers' 5-4 double overtime loss to the Kings in game two. He has made 79 saves on 87 shots (.908 SV%) through the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final. The Rangers have blown a two goal lead in both games which makes the 2-0 series deficit all the more frustrating for New York. They head back to Madison Square Garden where Lundqvist is 6-4 this postseason.
Lundqvist starts game one of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Lundqvist stopped all 18 shots he faced in the Rangers 1-0 win over the Canadiens in game six of the Eastern Conference Finals. King Henrik finished the series with a 2.15 GAA and .922 SV% and sits atop the postseason leaders with a .928 SV% in 20 starts. The matchup between Lundqvist and Jonathan Quick will likely decide who wins this series.
Lundqvist was pulled after he allowed four goals on 19 shots in the Rangers 7-4 loss in game five. They have a chance to close out the series again tonight, but will certainly need a better performance between the pipes from King Henrik.
Lundqvist will be between the pipes for the Rangers in game five.
Lundqivst allowed two goals on 29 shots in the Rangers 3-2 OT win in game four. The Rangers are now one win away from their first Stanley Cup Finals appearance since 1994. King Henrik leads the playoffs in wins (11), GAA (1.98) and SV% (.931). With Dustin Tokarski in goal for the Habs, New York has a huge advantage between the pipes.
Lundqvist will be between the pipes for New York in game 3.
Lundqvist stopped 40 of 41 shots in the Rangers' 3-1 win in game 2. The Rangers were able to score 10 goals and win both games in Montreal and are back at home with a 2-0 series lead. King Henrik has posted a .952 SV% through two games and the Rangers have a distinct advantage in goal with Carey Price lost for the remainder of the round. A win tonight will give them a 3-0 straglehold of the series and have them one win away from the Stanley Cup Finals.