The Lundqvist Save on Weber

Sometimes, words don’t need to be expressed over a great player. Henrik Lundqvist has and still is great. Don’t believe me? Ask Shea Weber after this absolute rocket of a one-timer that Lundqvist got with his outstretched glove to rob the scary Canadiens defenseman with the hardest shot.

Look how hard and accurate it was. And it didn’t just sit in Lundqvist’s glove. It went into the thumb and juggled indicating the velocity Weber got on it. Think Fulton Reed in The Mighty Ducks.

At this point with a period to go, Lundqvist has been the best player in the series against the Canadiens. If the Rangers win, it’s due to the King, who has outplayed Carey Price.

It’s not over yet. It all depends on the mindset of the Blueshirts. But make no mistake about it. They can thank Lundqvist for leading 2-1 with the third period about to start.

About Derek Felix

Derek Felix is sports blogger whose previous experience included separate stints at ESPN as a stat researcher for NHL and WNBA telecasts. The Staten Island native also interned for or hockey historian Stan Fischler and worked behind the scenes for MSG as a production assistant on New Jersey Devil telecasts. An avid New York sports fan who enjoys covering events, writing, concerts, movies and the outdoors, Derek has covered consecutive Staten Island Yankees NY Penn League championships in '05 and '06. He also scored Berkeley Carroll high school basketball games from '06-14 and provided an outlet for the Park Slope school's student athletes. Hitting Back gives them the publicity they deserve. In his free time, he also attends Ranger games and is a loyal St. John's alum with a sports management degree. The Battle Of New York administrator and chief editor can be followed below on Twitter and Facebook.
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