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Last week, Henrik Lundqvist expressed safety concerns about the NHL's recommendation to shorten the length of goaltender's leg pads. Well it looks like those recommendations have become a reality as the Rangers netminder tweeted out a pic of his new, shorter pads.... Here's Lundqvist on the new pads... "Not sure how it will affect my game. Hopefully I'll be faster." ...not sure about you guys, but I think he'll be just fine. ...although, if he does struggle to adjust, it could end up costing him in the wallet come contract extension time. Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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