Despite giving up three goals in the Game 3 loss, Lundqvist is still playing out of this world.
He has a ridiculous 1.99 goals-against average and a .931 save percentage in these playoffs. Of the four goaltenders remaining—including Corey Crawford of Chicago, Jonathan Quick of Los Angeles and Dustin Tokarski of Montreal—Lundqvist has faced the most shots and has only allowed one more goal than Crawford. Crawford has only faced 433 shots in 14 games, while Lundqvist has faced 477 in 17 games.
Quite simply, this is the best Henrik Lundqvist has ever played, and it is the main reason the Rangers are so close to getting to the Stanley Cup Final.
As of now, he is the heavy Conn Smythe favorite.