Originally written on Fox - The Hockey Guy  |  Last updated 9/16/13
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New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist towers above his peers. Nobody in the NHL can match his durability and consistently high performance.These composite rankings include projection rankings from ESPN and Canada’s TSN network along with rankings by NHL.com and Dobber Hockey. Not surprisingly, Lundqvist was a unanimous No. 1.Here is how they stack up:1) Henrik Lundqvist, GT, New York RangersNHL-1, ESPN-1, TSN-1, Dobber-1King Henrik is royalty indeed. Since 2010-11, Lundqvist has the best goals-against average (2.11) among regular goaltenders, the best even-strength save percentage (.932) and the most shutouts (21). He also has the second-most victories (99) and third-most appearances (173). In 11 overtime games last season he stopped all 30 shots he faced. 2) Tuukka Rask, GT, Boston BruinsNHL-3, ESPN-2, TSN-2, Dobber-8Rask answered all the skeptics last season after replacing Tim Thomas and going 19-10-5 with a 2.00 GAA, a .929 save percentage and five shutouts. He was brilliant in the playoffs,
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