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03-19-2011, 03:34 AM
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He's already 30. Just had his birthday a couple weeks back.
March 2nd, 1982. That would make him 29, no?

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Yeah, he's 29, not 30.

Congrats Hank, you da' man.

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03-19-2011, 08:23 AM
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I agree with all of this and not to be the downer in this thread but lundqvist must cement his legacy with a stanley cup. Stats are great and everything but he needs a cup to prove himself to the fullest.

Congrats nontheless. I love you hank and hope you stay this stellar for 10 more years at least!
Wrong.

Gilbert, Giacomin, Bathgate, Howell

Never won a Stanley Cup with the Rangers.

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03-19-2011, 08:36 AM
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Wrong.

Gilbert, Giacomin, Bathgate, Howell

Never won a Stanley Cup with the Rangers.
Agreed, the Cup statements are complete bunk.

Teams win cups, not individuals and if Hank doesn't have the proper team in front of him, then that's not his fault.


There's many players in NYR history that have cemented their place in NYR history without winning a Cup and if that is the unfortunate fate for Hank, so be it, but he will still go down as the greatest NYR Goalie ever, to this point

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03-19-2011, 08:52 AM
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History has been made.

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03-19-2011, 11:09 AM
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Is that supposed to be some kind of insult?

How many goaltenders in the history of the NHL won 30+ games in every season they played?

One.

Can we guess who that is?

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03-19-2011, 11:16 AM
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Wonder where Henrik will finish up on this list:

Martin Brodeur, 602
Patrick Roy, 551
Ed Belfour, 484
Curtis Joseph, 454
Terry Sawchuk, 447
Jacques Plante, 437
Tony Esposito, 423
Glenn Hall, 407
Grant Fuhr, 403
Chris Osgood, 396
Dominik Hasek, 389
Mike Vernon, 385
John Vanbiesbrouck, 374

(Regular Season Wins)

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03-19-2011, 11:18 AM
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Nuff said.

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03-19-2011, 01:02 PM
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Wonder where Henrik will finish up on this list:

Martin Brodeur, 602
Patrick Roy, 551
Ed Belfour, 484
Curtis Joseph, 454
Terry Sawchuk, 447
Jacques Plante, 437
Tony Esposito, 423
Glenn Hall, 407
Grant Fuhr, 403
Chris Osgood, 396
Dominik Hasek, 389
Mike Vernon, 385
John Vanbiesbrouck, 374

(Regular Season Wins)
I think he definitely ends up in the middle of this list, somewhere between CuJo and Fuhr. What a treat, to be able to watch Lundqvist and Callahan. Makes the whole "haven't been a great team in years" thing easier to handle.

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03-19-2011, 01:04 PM
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Madison Square Garden... where history is made.
Hockey is different here.

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03-19-2011, 01:05 PM
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Wonder where Henrik will finish up on this list:

Martin Brodeur, 602
Patrick Roy, 551
Ed Belfour, 484
Curtis Joseph, 454
Terry Sawchuk, 447
Jacques Plante, 437
Tony Esposito, 423
Glenn Hall, 407
Grant Fuhr, 403
Chris Osgood, 396
Dominik Hasek, 389
Mike Vernon, 385
John Vanbiesbrouck, 374

(Regular Season Wins)
Goalies play until they are around 40 nowadays.
  • Belfour got 49 wins after turning 40.
  • Brodeur is 38 and going.
  • CuJo was a starter until 40, then a backup for two more years.
  • Hasek played until 43 (and is still playing in Russia).


All the goalies on your list were starters into their late 30s plus another season or two as backups. I can see Lundqvist starting another 10 seasons. At 30 wins per season average, that's another 30 wins. At 35 wins per season average (about his average so far in his career), that's another 350 wins.

If anything, his wins should increase because the team is almost definitely going to get better in the coming years because of all the youth on the Rangers and in the system.

At the end of this season, he should have 210-215 career wins. Throw in another 350, and he's at 560-565.

Depending on how well the team in front of him plays, he should be fighting Patrick Roy for #2 all time. That said, Roy did it with shoot-outs.

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03-19-2011, 03:58 PM
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Goalies play until they are around 40 nowadays.
  • Belfour got 49 wins after turning 40.
  • Brodeur is 38 and going.
  • CuJo was a starter until 40, then a backup for two more years.
  • Hasek played until 43 (and is still playing in Russia).


All the goalies on your list were starters into their late 30s plus another season or two as backups. I can see Lundqvist starting another 10 seasons. At 30 wins per season average, that's another 30 wins. At 35 wins per season average (about his average so far in his career), that's another 350 wins.

If anything, his wins should increase because the team is almost definitely going to get better in the coming years because of all the youth on the Rangers and in the system.

At the end of this season, he should have 210-215 career wins. Throw in another 350, and he's at 560-565.

Depending on how well the team in front of him plays, he should be fighting Patrick Roy for #2 all time. That said, Roy did it with shoot-outs.

im not coming at u but u meant roy did it without shootouts, right??

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03-19-2011, 04:18 PM
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im not coming at u but u meant roy did it without shootouts, right??
i am pretty sure that is what he meant

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03-20-2011, 02:01 PM
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Congrats, Henrik.
Definitely well-deserved as he gives every game 120%.

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03-20-2011, 02:05 PM
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Big time guts today for Hank, way to be.

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03-20-2011, 02:15 PM
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Henrik is an animal, please get this man his cup and soon!

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03-20-2011, 02:18 PM
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31 felt just as great as 30.

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03-20-2011, 02:24 PM
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Just thought I'd throw these out there. By season, wins, shootout wins, and adjusted wins.

YEAR W SOWADJ
2005-06 30 4 26
2006-07 37 8 29
2007-08 37 6 31
2008-09 38 9 29
2009-10 35 3 32
2010-11 31 6 25
TOTAL 208 36 172

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