I wrote about this for another blog a few days ago but figured I would post it here as well.
Lundqvist Changed The Rangers For The Better
When it comes to the National Hockey League, there have been a lot of great netminders that have graced our game.
Hockey fans will always mention the likes of Patrick Roy, Terry Sawchuk, Martin Brodeur, Glenn Hall, Jacques Plante, Dominik Hasek, Bernie Parent and so on and so forth. Almost all of these netminders are or will be in the Hockey Hall of Fame with all of the other legends that have succeeded in the sport.
The New York Rangers might just have a Hall of Fame legend in the making manning their pipes on Broadway and beyond. In fact, this particular player played an extremely crucial role in making the Blueshirts a relevant player in the National Hockey League once again.
This masked man, of course, is 30-year-old Swedish goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. No one could have ever thought that a 9th round, 205th pick in the 2000 NHL Entry Draf...