Henrik discusses preseason performance thus far.
36-Year-Old Goaltender Says Younger Blueshirts Could Turn Things Around Quickly: ‘There’s No Other Place I Want To Be’
New York Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist and Mats Zuccarello will be hosting an outdoor charity hockey game at Oslo’s Ullevaal Stadium in Norway.
Henrik Lundqvist answers questions about last season and the future of Henrik’s goalkeeping
Henrik Lundqvist skated for the first time since getting a PRP injection in his knee and indicated that he will skate more than normal this summer to work on his game.
Lundqvist (knee) has decided not to play for Team Sweden in the 2018 World Championship next month.
New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist and his foundation, the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation, donated $12,000 directly to the Humboldt Broncos Jr. ‘A’ Hockey Club.
“From the start of the season, it was fine. It felt good. Then got bumped into early on, late October or November,” Lundqvist said
Henrik Lundqvist and others made posts on social media following the end of the season.
Lundqvist said “for us who were there, we want to play a really strong game for ourselves but for that reason. They got a big win at a crucial time and it hurt. We are going to play a desperate and really good team tomorrow so we will need everything.”