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I don't know if this guy is a model or a hockey player, but I do know one thing. When he puts on his equipment, Henrik Lundqvist is one of the best goalies I've seen in a Rangers' uniform since Mike Richter.
His 39 wins are a third league best, as well as his .930 save percentage.
If you live in New York or have ever spent an extended amount of time there, you know the Rangers pretty much get leftover airtime after the Knicks and Yankees have been talked about. They sometimes even take second to the Mets. And that's saying a lot if you're a New Yorker.
But the current roster of players in New York is looking to change that.
Before the season started, a friend of mine, who's a die hard Rangers fan, and I mutually agreed that the Rangers would be pushing for a sixth or seventh seed in the playoffs.
We couldn't have been proven more wrong.
If the Rangers make it to the Stanley Cup Finals (and that's a big if, mind you), it will have a lot to do with the man in the paint's work.