Henrik Lundqvist

Lundqvist Stops 37, Lindberg Scores Twice As Rangers Beat Columbus 5-2Henrik Lundqvist made 37 saves and Oscar Lindberg scored twice to lead the New York Rangers to a 5-2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets Saturday night.
Hartnett: Lundqvist's Challenge Is To No Longer Be 'The King Of Pain'When Henrik Lundqvist settles into his crease at United Center on Wednesday night, the challenge will remain the same.
SEASON PREVIEW: Rangers Bring Back The Core With Another Stanley Cup Run In MindWhile the Rangers have been close the past two seasons, time may be running out on their quest to win their first Stanley Cup since 1994.
After Pair Of Near Misses, Rangers' Lundqvist Says Time Is Now To Win Stanley CupHenrik Lundqvist is not old by NHL goalie standards. At soon-to-be 34 his best hockey can still be in front of him. But the Rangers as a whole? We're going to find out.
Hartnett: Led By Lundqvist, Rangers' Stanley Cup Window Remains Wide OpenA number of columnists have explored the possibility of the 33-year-old netminder hitting a decline in his 11th season. Don't bet on it.
Glen Sather's 5 Best Moves As Rangers GMIn light of the news that Glen Sather has stepped down as general manager of the Rangers -- a post he'd held since 2000 -- we look back at the five best moves made by the organization during his tenure.
Days Later, Rangers Still Searching For The Right Words To Explain Game 7 DisasterThree days after squandering a chance to reach the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight season, the New York Rangers' disappointment and frustration was still there for all to see.
Hartnett: Ousted Rangers Played With Hearts As Big As The CityThey played with hearts as big as the city. Nearly men deserve to be celebrated too.
Capellini: In The End It Was A Bishop -- Not A King -- That Ruled The GardenIf fans and media are going to continue to insist on calling Henrik Lundqvist the "king," it's only appropriate they start addressing Ben Bishop properly. "Kingslayer" perhaps?
Frustration, Shock In Rangers' Locker Room After Game 7 LossThe Rangers have only themselves to blame. After forcing a seventh game, they generated almost nothing on offense. "I'm pretty upset," said Rick Nash.
PHOTOS: Devastation For Rangers After Playoff EliminationCheck out the best images from Rangers-Lightning Game 7. Tampa Bay beat New York 2-0 to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.
Rangers Face Lightning With Trip To Cup Finals On The LinePicking a winner at this point is pure speculation. Every game has been different and each team has its advantages. "It should be a hell of a hockey game," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said ahead of Game 7.