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HENRIK LUNDQVIST RUMORS

Cam Talbot saving Rangers, and auditioning well for rest of NHL

It was very casually the way Henrik Lundqvist walked passed the assembled media on the sidelines of Rangers practice at the MSG Training Facility on Wednesday, in gym clothes and sweating. And it was very casually the way his coach, Alain Vigneault, later volunteered the fact the injured goaltender and franchise cornerstone has spent some time on the ice recently, staying in shape...
Via Hockey Fan Land
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Depth goaltending options in Lundqvist’s absence

*due to the large percentage of the BSB staff who were physically at the Canucks game, Dave’s goal breakdown will be posted this afternoon. The entirety of the Rangers’ community held their collective breath during the announcement that franchise goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was experiencing continued symptoms from his fluke neck injury. It was a strange Read more → The post...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Lighter schedule arrives at perfect time for Rangers

When Henrik Lundqvist went down with his vascular injury earlier this month, everyone panicked. And I do mean everyone. Even I panicked, and I usually don’t panic (even if I am stubborn as a mule). But Cam Talbot has been serviceable in his time as a starter, posting a 5-1-1 record thus far, making the Read more → The post Lighter schedule arrives at perfect time for Rangers...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers’ best reinforcements may come from within

Henrik Lundqvist’s injury may have you feeling otherwise, but the Rangers remain in excellent shape to make the postseason. With an eight-point cushion over ninth-place Florida, securing a wild card berth shouldn’t be difficult even if overtaking the Penguins and Islanders for the Metro Division title may now be unrealistic. Of course the team’s playoff hopes Read more ...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
16 days ago  |  Discuss

A Henrik Lundqvist Primer

Admission of guilt or admission of negligence? We all know how “hush-hush” the Rangers are in terms of disclosing anything. Injuries, contract signings. But when it came to their franchise goaltender in Henrik Lundqvist, he wasn’t having any of the non-transparency. The Rangers seemed perfectly content in letting Lundqvist’s status to dangle in purgatory up until Friday...
Via NY Rangers Blog
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Lundqvist to miss three weeks with vascular injury

The New York Rangers will be without their best and most important player at a critical time in the season. Starting goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was hit in the throat with a puck during New York’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes on Jan. 30. “Henrik Lundqvist suffered a vascular injury on Saturday,” the team said Friday. “We have been conferring with leading medical...
Via NESN.com
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Henrik Lundqvist injury update: Day-to-day

After giving everyone a big scare yesterday, the New York Rangers have announced that Henrik Lundqvist’s injury is not overly serious, and he is day-to-day. Hank was a last minute scratch last night, prompting the Rangers to recall MacKenzie Skapski to serve as backup for Cam Talbot. Lundqvist will likely miss the weekend’s games against Read more → The post Henrik Lundqvist...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Henrik Lundqvist heads puck to his teammate (Video / GIF)

New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist entertained the home crowd by using his head to knock a floating puck right to his teammate during the third period of Monday night's game against Florida.Panthers forward Dave Bolland floated a soft shot towards Lundqvist to give his teammates time for a line change. The shot was soft enough that Lundqvist decided to use his head, soccer...
Via Holdout Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss

GIF: Henrik Lundqvist makes a nice pass with his head

Henrik Lundqvist knows how to use his head. He recently stopped a puck with his throat and now he used his head to make a rather crafty pass to his teammate. It was a risky play, but you can tell Lundqvist knew he wasn’t going to be able to get his glove up in time. (H/T Reddit Hockey) The post GIF: Henrik Lundqvist makes a nice pass with his head appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
Via Puck Drunk Love
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Henrik Lundqvist takes a puck to the throat

There was a scary moment in the Rangers-Hurricanes game when goaltender Henrik Lundqvist took both a stick and a puck to the throat. A stick appears to lift Lundqvist’s mask at the exact moment a puck was fired at the net. Lundqvist writhed on the ice, but soon was able to collect himself and remained in the game. The post Video: Henrik Lundqvist takes a puck to the throat appeared...
Via Puck Drunk Love
26 days ago  |  Discuss
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