3 Changes Henrik Lundqvist Must Make to Get N.Y. Rangers to Cup Final in 2013

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3 Changes Henrik Lundqvist Must Make to Get N.Y. Rangers to Cup Final in 2013
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Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers were two games away from going to the Stanley Cup Final; however, their dream was shattered when Adam Henrique of the New Jersey Devils scored the game-winning goal in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.

Even though it was a heartbreaking defeat for Henrik Lundqvist, he still had an incredible year.

In 62 games, Lundqvist won a personal-best 39 games while posting a 1.98 goals-against average and save percentage of .930. He also recorded eight shutouts.

Since then, he has had a good offseason as well. First, he won the Vezina Trophy. Then, a few weeks later, Henrik and his wife welcome into the world Charlise Lundqvist, the couple’s first child.

Even though Lundqvist had a great regular season, “King Henrik” should make a few changes. If he does, the Rangers have the potential to make it to the Stanley Cup Final and the ability to hoist the Stanley Cup in the 2012-13 season.

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