NHL 100 in 100: Lundqvist wakes up in post-season

Over the next 100 days, host Steve Dangle will break down the top 100 moments of the NHL’s centennial season. Check out the entire series on Sportsnet’s YouTube page and subscribe for more exclusive content.

No. 10

The 2016-17 season wasn’t the easiest of campaigns for veteran netminder Henrik Lundqvist. After posting the worst numbers of his career during the regular season – a career-low .910 save percentage and a career-high 2.74 goals against average – many were questioning whether Lundqvist would hold up during the grind of the post-season.

Luckily for the New York Rangers, the Swedish phenom came alive during the playoffs, carrying his club through a tough first-round matchup with Montreal.