Found January 11, 2012 on New York Rangers ? New York Post:
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Ye of little faith. Yes, that means you, Henrik Lundqvist. “I was about to skate off,” The King admitted with a half-smile when questioned about his emotions when Marian Gaborik skated in on Phoenix netminder Mike Smith with the Rangers down to their final strike in last night’s shootout...
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