Henrik Lundqvist
Swedish ice hockey goaltender
Henrik Lundqvist
Henrik Lundqvist is a Swedish professional ice hockey goaltender for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was nominated for the Vezina Trophy in his first three seasons in the NHL, finishing third all three times, and is the only goaltender in NHL history to record 30 wins in each of his first seven seasons. His dominating play during his rookie season resulted in the New York media and Rangers fans giving him the nickname "King Henrik".
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Rangers's Lundqvist makes history with 400th NHL win
Yahoo News - 9 days
The New York Rangers's Henrik Lundqvist became the first European-born goalie to win 400 career NHL games on Saturday as his team rallied for a 4-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche. Sweden's Lundqvist made 32 saves and Kevin Klein scored twice as the Rangers stretched their winning streak to five consecutive games. Fans at Madison Square Garden were on their feet in the closing minute cheering Lundqvist, who became just the third goalie in league history to win 400 games with one franchise.
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Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist Stops 43 Shots as Alain Vigneault Gets 600th Win
NYTimes - 13 days
The 43 saves against the Anaheim Ducks were a season high for Lundqvist, who gave up fewer than three goals for the sixth time in seven starts.
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Rangers Pounded by Blue Jackets After Vigneault Gets Extension
NYTimes - 20 days
Henrik Lundqvist gave up three goals and his backup Antti Raanta did the same as the Rangers fell to visiting Columbus hours after Coach Alain Vigneault had two years added to his contract.
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Rangers 3, Kings 2: Rangers Edge the Kings as Henrik Lundqvist Makes 36 Saves
NYTimes - 28 days
Brandon Pirri, Matt Puempel and Mats Zuccarello had goals for the Rangers, who won their third straight game after losing three in a row.
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Stars 7, Rangers 6: Lundqvist Gives Up Seven Goals, and Stars Hold Off Rangers
NYTimes - about 1 month
Henrik Lundqvist, who had allowed nine goals in his two previous games, was victimized again, and the Rangers fell despite scoring three times in the third period.
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Wild chase Henrik Lundqvist, beat Rangers for 10th straight win - USA TODAY
Google News - about 2 months
USA TODAY Wild chase Henrik Lundqvist, beat Rangers for 10th straight win USA TODAY NEW YORK (AP) — The Minnesota Wild are red hot. So, too, is New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault. For a completely different reason. Mikko Koivu, Nino Niederreiter and Marco Scandella scored in a 5-minute span early in the second period, and the ... Postgame Hat Trick: Wild 7, Rangers 4NHL.com Wild's Eric Staal returns to New York in tip-top shapeTwinCities.com-Pioneer Press Rangers blown out by Minnesota WildNewsday FOXSports.com -New York Daily News -Albany Times Union -Blueshirt Banter all 33 news articles »
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Eakin banned four games for illegal hit on Lundqvist
Yahoo News - 2 months
The National Hockey League announced it was slapping Dallas Stars forward Cody Eakin with a four-game suspension for running into New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. Canadian Eakin was assessed a major penalty for charging, and a game misconduct for a heavy blow that knocked Lundqvist's helmet off and sent him crashing to the ice. "First thing is the league better do something about that hit," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said after the game.
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NHL-Highlights of Thursday's NHL games
Yahoo News - 2 months
Dec 15 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of National Hockey League games on Thursday: Rangers 2, Stars 0 New York goalie Henrik Lundqvist and Dallas Stars goalie Antti Niemi dueled in a 2-0 win for the Rangers at American Airlines Center on Thursday. Rick Nash scored the game-winning goal on a shorthanded breakaway at 7:08 of the third period. It was Nash's first game back from a groin injury that kept him out of four games. Lundqvist made 27 saves for New York, while Niemi stopped 28. Mats Zuccarello scored into the empty net with 1:04 remaining to give the Rangers a 2-0 lead. ...
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Henrik Lundqvist May Turn Out to Be the Patrick Ewing of the NHL
Wall Street Journal - 4 months
The Hall of Fame Knicks center and the future Hall of Fame Rangers goalkeeper entered their respective leagues at age 23. Ewing was never able to win a title, and it looks like Lundqvist may not either. Let’s compare.
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Henrik Lundqvist and Rangers Are Renewing Title Quest After Long Off-Season
NYTimes - 4 months
Lundqvist, who led the N.H.L. in saves last season and was Sweden’s goaltender in the World Cup of Hockey, hopes the Rangers can make up for their fast exit from the playoffs.
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Lundqvist, Sweden's elders at World Cup know time is short
Yahoo News - 5 months
When Henrik Lundqvist carried a Swedish flag around the ice at the 2006 Turin Olympics with a gold medal dangling from his neck, he was a fresh-faced kid days shy of his 24th birthday.
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MacKinnon shines for North America, Canada, Sweden advance
Yahoo News - 5 months
Nathan MacKinnon scored a brilliant overtime goal in the World Cup of Hockey to lift North America to a 4-3 win over Sweden, who advanced to the semi-finals despite the loss. MacKinnon danced around a lunging Swedish goaltender Henrik Lundqvist before finishing off the pretty deke with the backhand to the top of the net with just 49 seconds left in the extra period. After scoring, MacKinnon danced another jig, mistakenly thinking he had advanced his team to the semi-finals.
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Lundqvist brilliant, Sweden advances to World Cup semifinals
Yahoo News - 5 months
TORONTO (AP) — Henrik Lundqvist made 45 saves and Sweden wrapped up the top seed in Group B and a spot in the World Cup of Hockey semifinals by reaching overtime in a 4-3 loss to Team North America on Wednesday.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Henrik Lundqvist
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 33
    On 16 January 2016, Lundqvist recorded his 20th victory of the season, making him the first NHL goaltender to start his career with 11 straight, 20-win seasons.
    More Details Hide Details Lundqvist also joined Hockey Hall of Fame member Tony Esposito and retired goaltender Martin Brodeur as the only goalies with 11 consecutive, 20-win seasons at any point in their career. Overall, Lundqvist became the 15th NHL netminder to have won at least 20 games in a season 11 times. Lundqvist is the all-time leader among goaltenders, and 11th overall of all players, in games played for the Swedish national junior's ice hockey team.
  • 2015
    Age 32
    On 29 June 2015, Lundqvist was selected as an athlete finalist for the first ever ESPN Humanitarian of the Year Awards for his commitment to "using the power of sports to transform lives and uplift communities,"
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    On 20 March 2015, Lundqvist's wife gave birth to a daughter Juli in New York.
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    Lundqvist started all 19 Rangers games in the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs, and recorded a 2.11 GAA, and a .928 save percentage.
    More Details Hide Details Even though Lundqvist was stellar in net, the Rangers struggled to produce offensively, especially in the Eastern Conference Finals, which they lost in 7 games to the Tampa Bay Lightning
    However, in a game on January 31, 2015 against the Carolina Hurricanes, Lundqvist took a slapshot to his neck.
    More Details Hide Details He stayed in net for the game (Which the Rangers won 4-2), and went in net for another game on February 2 (A 6-3 win over the Florida Panthers) before it was discovered that a blood vessel in Lundqvist's neck was damaged and needed a few weeks to heal. Despite the superior performance of backup goaltender Cam Talbot during Lundqvist's absence, Lundqvist would remain the Rangers' starter upon his return on March 28, in a 4-2 loss to the Boston Bruins.
  • 2014
    Age 31
    Lundqvist was named a finalist for the 2014-15 NHL Foundation Player Award for his exemplary work with the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation as well as the Garden of Dreams Foundation.
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    The Henrik Lundqvist Foundation hosted its inaugural fundraising event on September 15, 2014 at Refinery Rooftop.
    More Details Hide Details The evening included a silent auction, a Q&A session hosted by NHL Network’s Kevin Weekes & an acoustic performance by Henrik Lundqvist and bandmate John McEnroe. In 2004, Lundqvist was awarded "Best Dressed" in Sweden. In April 2006, he was named one of Peoples World's 100 Most Beautiful People. In December 2008, he was named one of Page Six magazine's Top 25 Best Dressed in 2008. In 2007, a video appeared on the website YouTube with a drunk man impersonating Lundqvist. Two major Swedish tabloids, Aftonbladet and Expressen, wrote about the event. Aftonbladet later released a statement from a man claiming to have been the impersonator in the clip. Lundqvist used to play guitar in a Swedish rock band called Box Play. Lundqvist also has a restaurant called Tiny's located in Tribeca. He has worked on this project with former Rangers teammate Sean Avery (who owns his own restaurant in New York City called Warren 77) and some other business partners.
    In 2014, Lundqvist and his wife Therese founded the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation a non-profit organization with a focus on health and education for children and families.
    More Details Hide Details HLF is an international grantmaking organization, with community partners in New York City, Sweden and the Dominican Republic.
    Lundqvist's performance in the 2014–15 season was also stellar.
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    On 29 May, he shutout the Montreal Canadiens 1–0 in Game 6 to help take the Rangers to 2014 Stanley Cup Finals against the Los Angeles Kings; Lundqvist also surpassed Mike Richter on the most post-season wins list (42) in the process.
    More Details Hide Details The Rangers, however, would ultimately be defeated by the Kings 4–1. In Game 5, Alec Martinez scored in double overtime off a Tyler Toffoli rebound to give the Kings their second Stanley Cup title in three years.
    On 22 March 2014, Lundqvist passed Hall of Fame goalie Eddie Giacomin with his 50th regular season shutout to become the Rangers' shutout-winning leader after defeating the New Jersey Devils 2–0 at the Prudential Center.
    More Details Hide Details With the 2–1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Eastern Conference Semi-finals on 13 May, Lundqvist earned an NHL-record five-straight Game 7 wins.
    On 18 March 2014, Lundqvist passed Mike Richter with his 302nd win to become the most winning goaltender in Rangers history after defeating the Ottawa Senators 8–4.
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  • 2013
    Age 30
    On 4 December 2013, Lundqvist signed a seven-year, $59.5 million contract extension with the Rangers, making Lundqvist the highest-paid goaltender in the NHL with an average annual cap hit of $8.5 million.
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    On 13 and 14 May 2013, Lundqvist recorded back-to-back playoff shutouts against the Washington Capitals.
    More Details Hide Details Lundqvist and the Rangers, however, would be eliminated by the eventual Eastern Conference champion Boston Bruins in five games.
    On 3 April 2013, Lundqvist won his 268th game, surpassing Eddie Giacomin for the second most wins in Rangers history, behind only Mike Richter.
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    On 3 March 2013, Lundqvist took the NHL all-time lead in shootout wins over Martin Brodeur, winning his 43rd against the Buffalo Sabres.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2012
    Age 29
    On 10 July 2012, Lundqvist's wife gave birth to a daughter named Charlise Lundqvist in New York.
    More Details Hide Details On 10 July 2013, Lundqvist hosted the 1,5 hour talk show Sommar on Swedish public radio.
    On 24 November 2012, Lundqvist participated in "Operation Hat Trick," a charity hockey game held at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims.
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    On 20 June 2012, Lundqvist won the Vezina Trophy at the 2012 NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
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    On 27 February 2012, Lundqvist extended his own record as he became the first NHL goalie to win at least 30 games in his first seven seasons in a 2–0 shutout win over the New Jersey Devils in New York.
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    On 24 January 2012, Lundqvist earned his 40th career shutout, beating the Winnipeg Jets 3–0 at Madison Square Garden.
    More Details Hide Details After making 42 saves in a 3–0 shutout victory over the Boston Bruins on 14 February 2012, Rangers fans began using the term "Lundsanity" in association with Lundqvist, as around this time the term "Linsanity" was being used to describe basketball player Jeremy Lin's meteoric rise to fame with the National Basketball Association's New York Knicks, who, like the Rangers, also play at Madison Square Garden.
  • 2011
    Age 28
    On 19 March 2011, Lundqvist became the first NHL goalie to win at least 30 games in his first six seasons in a 6–3 win over the Montreal Canadiens at Madison Square Garden.
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    On 17 February 2011, Lundqvist earned his 200th NHL win in a 4–3 shootout victory over the Los Angeles Kings at Madison Square Garden.
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    On 30 January 2011, Lundqvist played in the third period of the All-Star game, stopping 11 of 14 shots.
    More Details Hide Details This was his second All-Star appearance. He also became the first goaltender to face and stop penalty shot in the 57-year history of the NHL All-Star Game; the penalty shot was attempted by Matt Duchene of the Colorado Avalanche.
    In January 2011, Lundqvist and teammate Marc Staal were named All-Stars for the 2011 NHL All-Star Game in Raleigh, North Carolina.
    More Details Hide Details Both players were drafted by Staal's older brother Eric, who was one of the captains for the event.
  • 2010
    Age 27
    On 25 March 2010, Lundqvist became the first NHL goalie to win at least 30 games in his first five seasons by beating the New Jersey Devils in a shootout.
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  • 2009
    Age 26
    In September 2009, despite having played only four seasons with the club, Lundqvist was ranked number 90th on the all-time list of New York Rangers in the book 100 Ranger Greats (John Wiley & Sons, 2009).
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    On 12 March 2009, Lundqvist became the first NHL goalie to win at least 30 games in his first four seasons with a win over the Nashville Predators.
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    On 24 January 2009, Lundqvist made his first All-Star appearance in the Elimination Shootout.
    More Details Hide Details He stopped 12 of 16 shots in the shootout as Shane Doan won the competition. The next day, he played in the second period of the All-Star game, in which he gave up six goals.
    On 8 January 2009, Lundqvist was selected to play in the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal.
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  • 2008
    Age 25
    On 1 October 2008, Lundqvist and the New York Rangers won the Victoria Cup by beating Metallurg Magnitogorsk in the Championship game with the score of 4–3.
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    On 9 March 2008, Lundqvist became the first Rangers goaltender to record nine shutouts in a season since Eddie Giacomin's 1966–67 season in a 1–0 win against the Boston Bruins.
    More Details Hide Details Lundqvist was named the Rangers Most Valuable Player for the fifth consecutive season (2006–07 to 2010–11), as voted by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. He became the first Rangers player to earn the Rangers MVP award five consecutive times.
    On 6 March 2008, he recorded his 30th win of the season, making him just the second goaltender, along with Ron Hextall, to record at least 30 wins in each of his first three NHL seasons.
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    On 24 February 2008, Lundqvist became the first Rangers goaltender to record eight shutouts in a single season since Eddie Giacomin in 1970–71.
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    On 13 February 2008, Lundqvist signed a six-year contract with the Rangers worth $41.25 million, averaging $6.875 million a season.
    More Details Hide Details This made him the highest paid goaltender in the NHL on average over the length of his contract.
  • 2007
    Age 24
    In the Rangers' 7–0 win in Game 3 of the 2007 Eastern Conference Quarter-finals over the Atlanta Thrashers, Lundqvist became the first Rangers goalie since Mike Richter in 1997 to post a playoff shutout.
    More Details Hide Details The win was also the Rangers' first home playoff win since Richter's shutout. For the second consecutive year, Lundqvist was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy. Because Lundqvist was tied with Miikka Kiprusoff for third place in balloting, there were four finalists for an NHL individual trophy for the first time in league history. During the off-season, Lundqvist re-signed to a one-year, US$4.25 million contract with the Rangers.
  • 2006
    Age 23
    On 14 December 2006, against the Dallas Stars, Lundqvist became the first NHL goaltender to face his twin brother, Joel.
    More Details Hide Details He and his brother are only the third set of twins to play each other in an NHL game. The game was won by Lundqvist and the Rangers.
  • 2005
    Age 22
    At the 2005 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships in Vienna and Innsbruck, Austria, Lundqvist played in all nine games during the tournament, where Sweden eventually lost the bronze medal game against Russia.
    More Details Hide Details Lundqvist's most memorable international performance came at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, where he led Sweden to the gold medal over their arch rivals Finland. In six Olympic starts, Lundqvist went 5 - 1, allowing only 12 goals with a .907 save percentage. He currently holds the career record for most shutouts in best-on-best hockey, with four.
    He won the 2005–06 MetLife/Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award, a New York Rangers team award.
    More Details Hide Details By the second month of his second season, Lundqvist had already made a name for himself among the hockey world, his fellow players and the Ranger fans. Because of his spectacular athletic ability and work ethic, he earned the nickname "King Henrik" or simply "The King."
    His first career shutout came on 17 October 2005 against the Florida Panthers, and with it Lundqvist became the first rookie goaltender to record a shutout for the Rangers since John Vanbiesbrouck on 2 January 1985.
    More Details Hide Details During the season, Lundqvist also became the first Rangers rookie to post 20 wins in a season since Mike Richter recorded 21 in 1990–91. Finishing the season with 30 wins, Lundqvist broke the Rangers rookie goaltending record of 29 wins, previously held by Jim Henry (1941–42) and Johnny Bower (1953–54). Lundqvist was among the league leaders in several categories: fifth in goals against average (2.24), fourth in save percentage (.922), 11th in wins (30) and tied for 16th in shutouts with two. His regular season success did not continue in the playoffs, however, where he appeared in three playoff games, posted a - 3 record, a 4.40 goals against average, and an .835 save percentage in a series loss to the Devils. He was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy, awarded annually to the NHL's best goaltender, but he was not a finalist for the Calder Memorial Trophy, awarded to the rookie of the year, because of a high quality crop of first-year players. He was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team, along with Sidney Crosby, Alexander Ovechkin, Brad Boyes, Dion Phaneuf and Andrej Meszároš.
    A few days later, on 13 October 2005, Lundqvist posted his first career NHL win, in another game against the Devils.
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    At the beginning of his rookie season in 2005–06, with starting goaltender Kevin Weekes injured, Lundqvist made his NHL debut on 8 October 2005 against the New Jersey Devils, stopping 24 of 27 shots in a 3-2 overtime loss.
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    During the 2005 season, Lundqvist broke four Swedish national records: lowest goals against average (1.05), highest save percentage (.962), longest goalless streak (at 172 minutes and 29 seconds) and most shutouts in a season (6).
    More Details Hide Details He was also named Best Goaltender, Best Player and was selected as the league's MVP by fellow players. In 180 appearances with Frölunda, he amassed a 1.96 goals against average and a .927 save percentage, leading them to four consecutive playoff appearances and winning two titles in 2003 and 2005.
  • 2004
    Age 21
    Lundqvist and Jörgen Jönsson were the only two Elitserien players selected to play for Sweden at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
    More Details Hide Details Lacking experience on the smaller ice surface, Lundqvist was again third string behind Salo and Tellqvist. In the Euro Hockey Tour during the 2004 - 05 season, Lundqvist was named best goaltender in Karjala Tournament and Sweden Hockey Games by the directorate, as well as to the media all-star team in both tournaments.
    The following year, at the 2004 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships, Lundqvist was the starting goaltender and he was selected to the tournament all-star team.
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    In December 2004, The Hockey News rated Lundqvist the sixth-best European prospect, the lone goaltender in their European top 10 list.
    More Details Hide Details Also in December, Lundqvist joined fellow future Rangers prospect Al Montoya on McKeen's list of top goaltending prospects, where he was ranked seventh amongst the group.
  • 2003
    Age 20
    Lundqvist was selected to the 2003 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships but was third string goaltender behind Tommy Salo and Mikael Tellqvist.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 2002
    Age 19
    Lundqvist led team Sweden with spectacular goaltending to their first ever medal in inline hockey when they won Gold at the 2002 IIHF Inline Hockey World Championships.
    More Details Hide Details In 2009, Lundqvist became the Rangers spokesman for the Garden of Dreams Foundation, which works mostly with Madison Square Garden and its tenants to host charitable events and grant wishes to sick children, similar to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. In this role, Lundqvist hosts events and records public service messages. In order to benefit the charity, Lundqvist launched a clothing line, called the Crown Collection, on 19 January 2012. The items of the Crown Collection are available exclusively at retail outlets within the confines of Madison Square Garden.
    Lundqvist debuted for the senior Swedish team on 10 November 2002, during the 2002 Karjala Tournament in Helsinki.
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  • 2001
    Age 18
    At the 2001 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Moscow, Lundqvist led Sweden to a fourth-place finish in the tournament.
    More Details Hide Details After an upset 3 - 2 win over the hosting nation Russia in the quarter-finals, Sweden lost - 1 against Czech Republic in the semi-finals, and 1 - 2 in over time against Canada in the bronze medal game.
    Lundqvist's turning point came at the turn of the year at the 2001 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Moscow, where he led the Swedish national junior's team to a fourth-place finish in the tournament.
    More Details Hide Details He spent the rest of the season in the J20 SuperElit where he played 18 games, leading the league in minutes played by a goaltender. In the playoffs, he led Frölunda to their second straight Anton Cup win, which came in a 5 - 2 win over Leksands IF in the final at the Stockholm Globe Arena.
  • 2000
    Age 17
    After having a successful pre-season, Lundqvist made his Elitserien debut in the season opener on 21 September 2000 in a 2 - 4 loss against Brynäs IF.
    More Details Hide Details Lundqvist bounced back and recorded his first win in the following away game against IF Björklöven, stopping 18 shots and only allowing one goal while being short-handed. In his third straight start, Lundqvist allowed two early first period goals in a game against Timrå IK and was pulled in favor of veteran keeper Håkan Algotsson. Lundqvist would dress for only ten more games this season and earned only one start, a shootout loss to Djurgårdens IF. Lundqvist lost his roster spot to American veteran keeper Pat Jablonski, who joined the team in October. Tommy Boustedt, the coach of the team at the time, later said that:Malfeasance, I think in hindsight, that he didn't get to start in more games that season. He showed then that he was that good. He should have played more, no doubt about it. Lundqvist played in nine games for IF Mölndal Hockey in the Swedish second tier Allsvenskan, before joining Frölunda's junior team in the J20 SuperElit in December. After his poor play in Allsvenskan, and a tough start in the J20 SuperElit, he allowed six goals in an exhibition game against Canada. National junior team coaches Bo "Kulon" Lennartsson and Mikael Tisell were worried and decided to have a talk with Lundqvist, where they questioned his motivation.
  • 1995
    Age 12
    Henrik and Joel then joined local team Rögle BK, and were both selected for Scania's regional team in Sverigepucken in 1995. Henrik was selected to play for Scania in TV-pucken in 1996, and in 1997, when Joel was also selected.
    More Details Hide Details During the 1997 - 98 season, Henrik and Joel were extensively scouted by Frölunda, and while playing for Rögle in the 1998 Scandinavium Cup in Gothenburg, Frölunda's junior team manager and under-16 coach Janne Karlsson contacted their father, who told Henrik and Joel about Frölunda's interest in them while driving home to Båstad.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1982
    Born
    Born on March 2, 1982.
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