• Lundqvist breaks team shutout record in win

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 23, 2014
    Lundqvist was good and lucky in this one. The record-setting shutout is also the third of the season for Lundqvist, who made 10 of his 21 saves against Devils in the third period. New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist recorded his 50th career shutout in a 2-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils, moving him ahead of Ed Giacomin on the franchises all-time shutout list. Just four days ago, Lundqvist surpassed Mike Richter on the all-time franchise wins list with 302. “My parents flew in to share this record with me; the shutout record means a lot to me..I’m just really happy”- @HLundqvist30 #NYR #Henrik50 New York Rangers March 23, 2014 With tonight’s shutout the #NYR franchise records for wins and shutouts now both belong to @HLundqvist30!!! #Henrik50 pic.twitter.com/zeQ53i9hXK New York Rangers March 23, 2014 He also survived a wild goalmouth scramble with Jagr and Travis Zajac whacking at a loose puck with 39 seconds to play when the Devils pulled Brodeur while New York was on a power play

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