Found April 16, 2012 on Beer Mug Sports:
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  Henrick Lundqvist owned the Ottawa Senators tonight by denying all 39 shots on goal. This is his fourth NHL playoff shutout. Brian Boyle put his 2 cents in by scoring for the 3rd straight game allowing the Rangers to inch past the Senators in game 3 with a 1-0 victory. Of course you need goal(s) to win a game, but I think 99% of the credit should be given to Lundqvist for shutting out the lights on the Senators AND reading them a bed time story before tucking them in to bed. Seriously, this guy carried his team like Gandolf did in Lord of the Rings... "YOU SHALL NOT PASS!"  
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