It's been an interesting season for Henrik Lundqvist, to say the least.
The star goaltender has a 11-15-2 record, with a 2.78 goals-against average and a .906 save percentage.
For his career, Lundqvist has a 2.28 GAA and a .920 save percentage.
So what happened?
It's hard to say. Lundqvist still makes incredible saves, but his concentration seems a bit off and his glove hand a bit slow.
More to the point, the transition from John Tortorella's defense-first style to Alain Vigneault's more attack-oriented philosophy has left Lundqvist on an island much more often.
Lundqvist will adjust, and the goalie played his best game in some time against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday. Luckily for the Rangers, they are only a few points back of a playoff spot.
But he needs to get it together soon. Not only are the Rangers reliant on him, but Sweden's Olympic hopes rest on his shoulders. Lundqvist has to find his game, find consistency and hold on to it.