Nov 6, 2013, 8:46 PM EDT
Prior to Wednesday night’s Rivalry Game between the Rangers and Penguins, NHL on NBC analyst Jeremy Roenick spoke with New York goalie Henrik Lundqvist about life in the Big Apple, his emergence as a perennial Vezina candidate, playing the goalie position and his ultimate goal — winning the Stanley Cup.
Here’s the segment, which includes Roenick trying to put the biscuit past King Henrik:
At the time of writing, Lundqvist was showing why he’s one of the NHL’s premier netminders, stopping all 14 shots the Penguins fired his way as the Rangers jumped out to a 2-0 lead.
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