There is no doubt that since New York Rangers' goaltender Henrik Lundqvist joined the league in the 2005-06 season, he has changed the Blueshirts for the better.
For starters, he gave the team a face. Prior to Lundqvist, the Blueshirts were a lifeless, aging and a somewhat forgetabble hockey club.
That all changed when Henrik burst onto the scene after the lockout. The team got younger, quicker, more exciting to watch and won a heckuva lot more hockey games.
Lundqvist was one of the main reasons for that. He supplied the consistent goaltending that had been missing since Mike Richter retired and showed that he was ready to take the team and New York City on his back and lead them to great things. Continue reading "Next For Henrik Lundqvist: A Stanley Cup"