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Henrik Lundqvist made a monster scorpion-kick save against Boston

'The King' was at it again on Monday night, turning aside 32 shots in a nail-biting 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins. Max Talbot specificially felt Lundqvist's sting when the New York Rangers netminder made an incredible sprawling stop on him.
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

New York's Henrik Lundqvist has been a premier netminder for more than decade now, but he can still break the lights on Broadway when he needs to. Check out this save on Boston's Max Talbot from Monday:

Scorpion kick! Other than the flashy 1980s-style glove save, is there a more satisfying stop? It's like you have lured the shooter into a false sense of security. Ha ha, the goalie is down and out. All I have to do is raise the puck a little and…Nooooooooooo!

Fun fact: Lundqvist has recorded at least 30 wins in every full NHL season he has played, including his 2005-06 rookie campaign. And in the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, he had 24 in 43 games to lead the league. He has 19 victories so far this season, putting him on pace to eclipse 30 wins once again.


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