2014-15: Tied for seventh in the NHL in goals against average (2.25), tied for eighth in the NHL in shutouts (five), and tied for 10th in the NHL in save percentage (.922) ... Became the second goalie in NHL history to post a 2.50 GAA or better in each of his first 10 seasons ... Posted a .920 SV% or better for the sixth consecutive season and for the seventh time in 10 NHL seasons ... Made 23 saves and recorded the win in the Rangers’ season opener on Oct. 9 at STL; became the fifth Rangers goalie to appear in parts of 10 seasons with the team (along with Mike Richter, Ed Giacomin, John Vanbiesbrouck, and Gump Worsley) and became the third goal- ie in franchise history to start nine consecutive regular season openers ... Stopped all 33 shots he faced to record a win/shutout on Oct. 19 vs. SJS ... Stopped all 25 shots he faced through regulation and overtime while appearing in his 583rd career NHL game on Nov. 1 vs. WPG; passed Worsley for second on the Rangers’ all- time appearances list ... Registered a 16-4-0 record, along with a 1.82 GAA, a .938 SV%, and 1 SO in 20 appearances from Dec. 8 vs. PIT to Feb. 2 vs. FLA; allowed two goals or fewer in 15 of those 20 con- tests ... Posted a personal seven-game winning streak from Dec. 8 vs. PIT to Dec. 27 vs. NJD (1.54 GAA, .940 SV%, and 1 SO over the span); tied his career-high ... Stopped all 16 shots he faced to record his 55th career NHL shutout on Dec. 14 at EDM; passed Ed Giacomin and Bernie Parent for 20th on the NHL’s all-time shut- outs list ... Named NHL Third Star of the Week for the week ending on Dec. 14, as he posted a 3-0-0 record, along with a 1.30 GAA, a .951 SV%, and 1 SO in three appearances ... Made 19 saves and recorded a win while appearing in his 600th career NHL game on Dec. 27 vs. NJD; became the ninth goalie to appear in at least 600 games with one franchise in NHL history and became one of four goalies in NHL history who posted at least 325 wins through his first 600 career games (Jacques Plante, Martin Brodeur, Chris Osgood) ... Made 30 saves and posted his 20th win of the season on Jan. 10 at SJS; became the first goalie in NHL history who has won at least 20 games in each of his first 10 NHL seasons and tied Richter for the most 20-win seasons in franchise history ... Made at least 30 saves in six of seven appearances from Jan. 16 at CBJ to Feb. 2 vs. FLA, including in four straight games from Jan. 16 at CBJ to Jan. 27 at NYI; made 30 or more saves in four consecutive appearances for the first time since Dec. 17 – Dec. 23, 2009 ... Posted his 30th win of the season on Apr. 11 at WSH; became the first goalie in NHL history to earn at least 30 wins in nine of his first 10 NHL seasons and became the fourth goalie in NHL history to earn at least 30 wins in nine different seasons, joining Martin Brodeur, Patrick Roy, and Ed Belfour ... Tied for third in the NHL in wins (11) and GAA (2.11), and ranked fourth in the NHL in SV% (.928) in the playoffs ... Allowed two goals or fewer in 14 of 19 playoff appearances, and allowed one goal in nine appearances ... Posted a 1.53 GAA and a .939 SV% (124 saves on 132 shots) in the First Round against PIT; recorded the second-lowest GAA in a playoff series in his career, and the lowest since the ECQF against ATL in 2007 (1.50) ... Appeared in his 94th career playoff game with the Rangers in Game 2 vs. PIT on Apr. 18; became the Rangers’ all-time leader in playoff appearances (among skaters and goaltenders) ... Posted a 1.65 GAA and a .946 SV% in the Second Round against WSH ... Appeared in his 100th career NHL playoff contest in Game 3 at WSH on May 4; became the first Ranger (skater or goaltender) to appear in 100 playoff games with the franchise ... Made 28 saves while making his 100th consecutive playoff appearance with the Rangers in Game 4 at WSH on May 6; became the third goaltender in NHL history to appear in 100 consecutive playoff games with one franchise (Brodeur – NJD; Roy – COL) ... Stopped 28 of 29 shots and earned a win in Game 5 vs. WSH on May 8; allowed two goals or fewer for the eighth consecutive playoff game, establishing a franchise record ... Made 42 saves and earned his 50th career NHL playoff win in Game 6 at WSH on May 10; the 42 saves were the most he made in one playoff game which ended in regulation in his career ... Made 35 saves and earned a win in Game 7 vs. WSH on May 13; earned his sixth career win in Game 7 of a playoff series, tying Brodeur and Roy for the most Game 7 wins in NHL history, and earned his 10th consecutive win when facing elimination at MSG (0.96 GAA, .968 SV%, 2 SO in the 10 games).
2013-14: Tied for fourth in the NHL in shutouts (five), tied for seventh in wins (33), and tied for first among goalies in assists (four) ... Registered a 2.36 GAA and a .920 SV%; posted a save percentage of .920 or better for the fifth consecutive sea- son and the sixth time in nine NHL seasons ... Became the Rangers’ all-time wins leader by recording his 302nd career victory in an 8-4 win on Mar. 18 at OTT ... Became the Rangers’ all-time leader in shutouts by re- cording his 50th career shutout on Mar. 22 at NJD; became the 27th goalie in NHL history to record 50 career shutouts ... Made 30 or more saves on 19 occasions, posting a 13-4-2 record, along with a 2.14 GAA, a .940 SV%, and two shutouts in those contests ... Made 22 saves to post his first shutout of the season on Oct. 16 at WSH ... Made a season-high, 41 saves and tallied a power play assist on Nov. 21 at DAL; established a single-period career-high with 21 saves in the first period ... Posted a 2-0-0 record with a 2.00 GAA and a .925 SV% in two contests at Yankee Stadium as part of the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series; became the first goalie to win two outdoor games in one season and three outdoor games in his career ... Has a 3-0-0 re- cord with a 2.00 GAA and a .933 SV% in three career outdoor games ... Posted a personal five-game winning streak on two occasions – from Jan. 26 at NJD to Feb. 7 at PIT (1.77 GAA, .940 SV%) and from Mar. 18 at OTT to Mar. 26 vs. PHI (1.79 GAA, .935 SV%,1 SO); tied for the third longest winning streak of his career ... Recorded his 300th career NHL win with a 30-save shutout on Mar. 9 vs. DET; became the 29th goalie in NHL history to win 300 games and the 11th to win 300 games with one team; tied Ed Giacomin’s franchise record for career shutouts with 49 ... Made 30 saves in a 4-2 win on Mar. 14 at WPG; tied Mike Richter for the franchise record in career wins (301) ... Established playoff career-highs in appearances (25) and wins (13) ... Established a franchise re- cord for playoff appearances is one year ... Ranked second in the NHL in wins, GAA (2.14), and SV% (.927) ... Stopped 26 of 27 shots in Game 7 of the Metropolitan Division Semifinals vs. PHI on Apr. 30; became one of four goalies in NHL history to win four consecutive Game 7s (Patrick Roy, Ed Belfour, Cam Ward) ... Posted a 1.87 GAA and a .940 SV% in the Metropolitan Division Finals against PIT ... Appeared in his 77th career play- off game in Game 3 vs. PIT on May 5; passed Richter for first on the team’s all-time playoff appearances list ... Stopped 36 of 37 shots while making his 80th career playoff appearance in Game 6 vs. PIT on May 11; be- came the 23rd goalie in NHL history to appear in 80 playoff games, and the 18th to do so with one franchise ... Made 35 saves in Game 7 at PIT on May 13; became the first goalie in NHL history to win five consecutive Game 7s, posting a 0.80 GAA and a .973 SV% in the five games ... Registered a playoff career-high, five- game winning streak from Game 5 at PIT on May 9 to Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals at MTL on May 19 (1.20 GAA, .964 SV% over the span) ... Made 40 saves to record his 40th career playoff victory in Game 2 at MTL on May 19; became the ninth goalie in NHL history to win 300 career regular season games and 40 career playoff games with one franchise ... Stopped all 18 shots he faced in Game 6 vs. MTL on May 29; passed Richter for first on the Rangers’ all-time playoff wins list with his 42nd career playoff victory, and tied Richter for first on the team’s all-time playoff shutouts list with his ninth career playoff shutout ... Made at least 40 saves in three of five Stanley Cup Final games against LAK ... Made 40 saves while making his 90th consecutive playoff start in Game 4 vs. LAK on June 11; improved to 8-0 with a 0.99 GAA, a .968 SV%, and 2 SO in his last eight games when facing elimination at MSG ... Became the third goalie in NHL history to start at least 90 consecutive playoff games with one team (Brodeur – NJD; Roy – COL) ... Stopped 48 of 51 shots he faced in Game 5 at LAK on June 13; became the first Rangers goalie to make at least 40 saves in consecutive playoff games and at least 40 saves in four playoff games in one year.
2012-13: Tied for the NHL lead in wins (24) to become the first Rangers goaltender to lead the league in wins since Mike Richter in 1993-94 (42 wins) ... Ranked seventh in the league in goals against average (2.05) and tied for fifth in save percent- age (.926) ... Captured Rangers’ MVP honors for a franchise record, seventh time ... Lundqvist allowed two or fewer goals in 16 of his final 20 games of the season, posting a record of 13-5-2 with a 1.78 goals against aver- age, .930 save percentage, and two shutouts over the span, and held opponents to two or fewer goals in 29 games this season ... Posted 30+ saves in nine games, posting a record of 4-4-1 with a 2.09 goals against aver- age and .942 save percentage in those contests ... Henrik Lundqvist turned aside all 20 shots faced to post his second shutout of the season, 45th of his career, on Apr. 27 vs. NJD to pass Ed Giacomin as the franchise leader in career total shutouts (regular season + playoffs) with 51 total shutouts in his career ... Made 34 saves in a 6-1 win on Apr. 18 vs. FLA for his 20th win of the season; Is one of five active goalies to reach the 20-win mark in eight straight seasons, and the only goalie in the league with an active streak of eight straight, 20-win seasons ... Turned aside 29 shots to post his first shutout of the season, 44th of his career, in a 1-0 OT win on Apr. 13 at NYI ... Named the NHL’s Third Star for the week ending Apr. 7, posting a 3-0-1 mark with a 1.22 goals against average and .962 save percentage over the span ... Made a season-high, 48 saves in a 4-1 win on Apr. 6 at CAR; Has recorded 40+ saves 13 times in his career, posting a record of 8-0-5 with a 1.34 goals against average, .969 save percentage, and four shutouts in those contests ... Made 26 saves in a 2-1 shootout loss on Apr. 5 at PIT, while making his 500th career NHL appearance; became the fourth Rangers goalie to appear in 500 contests (Mike Richter, Lorne Worsley, Ed Giacomin) ... Stopped 26 shots in a 6-1 win on Apr. 3 vs. PIT to record his 268th career win, passing Ed Giacomin for second on the Rangers’ all-time goalie wins list ... Posted two, four-game winning streaks – from Feb. 7 vs. NYI to Feb. 17 vs. WSH, and Feb. 28 vs. TBL to Mar.7 at NYI ... Tied for second in the league in playoff save percentage and ranked sixth in playoff goals against average (2.14) ... Posted back-to- back shutouts in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals on May 12 vs. WSH and Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals on May 13 at WSH, becoming the first goaltender since Dominik Hasek to record consecutive shutouts in Games 6 and 7 of a play- off series (2002 Western Conference Finals) ...
2011-12: Established career-highs in wins (39) and save percentage (.930), and posted a career-best in goals against average (1.97). ... Tied for fourth in the NHL in goals against average, third in shutouts (eight), and ranked third in wins and save percentage. ... Captured Rangers’ MVP honors for the sixth consecutive year, which marks a franchise record, and ties him with Brian Leetch for the most in franchise history. ... Held opponents to two or fewer goals in 41 games. ... Made 30 or more saves in 18 games this season, posting a record of 12-5-1 with a 2.08 goals against average, .941 save percentage and two shutouts in those contests. ... Made 37 saves to record his career-high, 39th win of the season, in a 5-3 win on Apr. 3 at PHI; His 39 wins rank second all-time on the Rangers’ single season wins list. ... Became the 45th goaltender in NHL history to record 250 career wins with a 22-save effort in a 4-2 victory on Mar. 28 at WPG. ... Posted a career-high shutout streak of 182:33 from 19:11 of the 2nd on Jan. 21 at BOS to 12:02 of the 2nd on Feb. 5 vs. PHI. ... Made 26 saves and tallied a PP assist in a 2-1 OT win on Mar. 21 vs. DET. ... Made 13 saves to post his 30th win and eighth shutout on Feb. 27 vs. NJD; Became the fourth goalie in NHL history to post 30+ wins in seven or more straight seasons, joining T. Esposito (7 from 1969-76), P. Roy (8 from 1995-2003) and M. Brodeur (12 from 1995-2008), and increased his own NHL record of most 30+ win seasons to begin his career. ... Made 42 saves to post his seventh shutout of the season in a 3-0 win on Feb. 14 at BOS. ... Posted his sixth shutout of the season, and second in as many starts, stopping 34 shots through regulation/overtime and four of five shootout attempts on Feb. 1 at BUF to pass Dave Kerr for second on the Rangers’ all-time shutouts list with 41 career shutouts; Marks the first time in his career he posted shutouts in two consecutive appearances. ... Stopped nine of 12 in the first period while making his third career All- Star appearance on Jan. 29; Also helped Team Alfredsson win the All-Star Skills Competition on Saturday by stopping an event-best, six of seven shootout attempts in the Elimination Shootout. ... Made 22 saves to post his fifth shutout of the season and 40th of his career on Jan. 24 vs. WPG; Moved into a tie with Dave Kerr for second place on the Rangers’ all-time shutouts list. ... Made 27 saves to post his fourth shutout and 20th win on Jan. 17 vs. NSH; Is the third Rangers’ goalie to post 20+ wins in seven straight seasons (Richter: 1995-02; Giacomin: 1966-74), and one of four NHL goalies with an active streak of 20+ wins in seven straight seasons. ... Posted a career-high, seven-game winning streak from Dec. 20-Jan. 10 (1.13 GAA, .962 Sv% and one shutout over the span). ... Made 34 saves, including the first penalty shot attempt in an NHL Winter Classic game with 0:20 remaining, in a 3-2 win on Jan. 2 at PHI. ... Made a career-high 32 consecutive starts from Feb. 11 at ATL (last season) to Oct. 22 at EDM (37 straight including playoffs). ... Stopped 40 shots for his first win and shutout of the season on Oct. 18 at VAN. ... Stopped 27 of 30 shots in a 3-2 overtime loss on Oct. 7 at LAK, and is now 4-1-1 with a 2.31 GAA and .920 Sv% in six career season-opening games. ... Established playoff career-highs in games played (20), wins (10), shutouts (three), save percentage (.931), and posted a career-best in goals against average (1.82). ... Ranked third in the NHL in playoff wins, tied for first in shutouts, ranked second in goals against average, and fifth in save percentage. ... Registered his sixth career playoff shutout with a 36-save performance in a 3-0 win on May 19 at New Jersey; Passed John Ross Roach for third on the Rangers’ all-time playoff shutouts list. ... Posted his fifth career playoff shutout with 21 saves while appearing in his 50th career postseason contest on May 14 vs. New Jersey; Passed Dave Kerr for second on the Rangers all-time in total shutouts (48; 43 regular season, five playoff). ... Made 46 saves in a 2-1 triple overtime victory on May 2 at Washington. ... Recorded his 20th career playoff victory with 17 saves in a 3-1 win on Apr. 28 vs. Washington. ... Registered a three-game winning streak from Apr. 23 at Ottawa to Apr. 28 vs. Washington, posting a 1.33 goals against average and .944 save percentage over the span. ... Passed Dave Kerr for third on the Rangers’ all-time playoff wins list (18) with a 25-save effort in a 3-2 win on Apr. 23 at Ottawa. ... Posted a 39-save effort in a 1-0 win on Apr. 16 at Ottawa, to become the third goaltender in NHL history, and second in as many days (Jonathan Quick, LAK), to post 39 or more saves in a 1-0 shutout victory in a non-overtime game.
2010-11: Captured the Rangers’ MVP Award for a franchise record, fifth consecutive year. ... Established a career-high in shutouts (11). ... Led the NHL in shutouts (11) and road wins (20), tied for sixth in wins (36), seventh in save percentage (.923), ranked seventh in goals against average (2.28), fifth in saves (1,813), and sixth in total ice time (4,006:40). ... Is one of two active NHL goalies with more than one season of 10 or more shutouts (Martin Brodeur - 4). ... Posted a record of 17-8-2 with a 1.95 goals against average, a .945 save percentage and six shutouts when facing 30 or more shots, and 3-1-0 with a 1.51 goals against average, a .964 save percentage and one shutout when facing 40 or more shots. ... Named NHL’s Third Star of the Week for the period ending Mar. 27 after posting a 2-0-1 record, 0.32 goals against average, a .987 save percentage and two shutouts in three games… Posted his career-high, 11th shutout of the season, while appearing in his 400th game with 26 saves in a 1-0 win at Boston on Mar. 26; Moved into a tie for second place in team history for most shutouts in a season, and are the most by a Ranger since John Ross Roach in 1928-29 (13). ... Registered his 30th win of the season on Mar. 18 vs. Montreal, extending his NHL record with six consecutive 30-win seasons to begin his career, and his franchise record with six consecutive 30-win seasons; He owns the longest active streak of 30+ win seasons (six), tied with Roberto Luongo, Miikka Kiprusoff and Ryan Miller. ... Turned aside 24 shots, posting his ninth shutout of the season, 33rd of his career, vs. Philadelphia on Mar. 6, moving past John Ross Roach into third on the Rangers’ all-time shutouts list with 36 career shutouts (including playoffs). ... Made 25 saves and stopped two of three shootout attempts in a 4-3 win vs. Los Angeles on Feb. 17 to record his 200th career win, tying for fourth on the team’s all-time wins list. ... Turned aside the first penalty shot attempt in NHL All-Star Game history at 6:13 of the third period, and stopped 11 of 14 shots in the third while making his second career All-Star Game appearance on Jan. 30. ... Stopped 22 shots on Jan. 19 vs. Toronto, posting his seventh shutout, passing J. Roach for third on the Rangers’ all-time career regular season shutouts list (31) and moving ahead of Mike Richter for fourth on the Rangers’ all-time career shutouts list (34); Also recorded his 20th win of the season, becoming the third goalie in NHL history to record 20 or more wins in their first six seasons (B. Durnan, 1943-1949; G. Hainsworth, 1926-1931), and now owns the second longest active streak of 20-plus win seasons (six), behind R. Luongo (eight). ... Turned aside 31 shots, posting his sixth shutout of the season and 30th of his career in a 1-0 win vs. Vancouver on Jan. 13, moving into a tie with John Ross Roach for third on the team’s all-time regular season shutouts list, and fourth (Richter) on the team’s all-time shutouts list (including playoffs) with 33. ... Tied the NHL record for longest assist streak by a goaltender (Tom Barrasso - 1984-85, 1988-89; Ed Belfour - 2001-02) becoming the first Rangers goalie to record an assist in three consecutive games (goalie games played) on Jan. 5 vs. Carolina, Jan. 7 at Dallas and Jan. 11 vs. Montreal … Turned aside a season-high, 43 shots, including all 20 shots he faced in the second period, in a 3-1 win at New Jersey on Dec. 29. ... Stopped 40 shots in a 3-0 win on Nov. 26 at Florida, marking his ninth career 40-save effort and first of the season, and his second career 40-save shutout (Jan. 12, 2010 vs. NJD, 45-saves in a 1-0 shootout loss). ... Posted his 25th career shutout, and first of the season, stopping 36 shots in a 2-0 win on Oct. 30 at Toronto, passing Mike Richter, Chuck Rayner and Lorne Worsley and moving into fourth place on the Rangers’ all-time regular season shutouts list. ... Made 33 saves in the season opener on Oct. 9 at Buffalo improving his record to 4-1-0 with a 2.21 goals against average and a .924 save percentage in five career season-opening games.
2009-10: Established a career-high in games played (73) and saves (1,942) ... Tied for second in the NHL in games played, ranked fourth in saves, fifth in icetime, eighth in goals against average (2.38), and tied for seventh in save percentage (.921) and 10th in wins. ... Captured the Rangers’ MVP Award for the fourth consecutive year. ... His 73 games established a new franchise record for games played by a goalie in a single season. ... Stopped 30 shots to register his fourth shutout of the season and 24th of his career on Apr. 2 at Tampa Bay, moving into a tie for fourth on the Rangers all-time shutouts list ... Made 35 saves through regulation/overtime, and stopped all three shots faced in the shootout, to post his 30th win of the season on Mar. 25 at New Jersey, becoming the only goalie in NHL history to post 30-or-more wins in each of his first five NHL seasons, and the first Rangers goaltender in team history to post five straight 30-win seasons ... Established career-highs in saves and shots faced in a contest, stopping 50 of 55 shots on Mar. 4 vs. Pittsburgh. ... Posted a career-high, 127:06 shutout streak from Jan. 9 at Boston to Jan. 14 vs. Ottawa (81 saves). ... Made his 300th career NHL appearance on Dec. 30 vs. Philadelphia. ... Recorded his 150th career regular season win with a 29-save shutout on Nov. 1 vs. Boston, becoming the fastest goalie to 150 wins (279 games) in team history, reaching the mark 16 games ahead of Mike Richter (295 games).
2008-09: Ranked third in the NHL in saves (1,839), and fourth in wins and games played. ... Held opponents to two or fewer goals in 44 games. ... Stopped 38 shots on Mar. 30 vs. the Devils to record his 20th career shutout. ... Became the first goaltender in NHL history to reach the 30-win mark in each of his first four seasons on Mar. 12 at Nashville. ... Appeared in his first career NHL All-Star game on Jan. 25 at Montreal.
2007-08: Led the NHL in shutouts (10), tied for fourth in wins (37) and ranked sixth in goals against average (2.23). ... Marked the first time since 1970-71 that a Rangers goaltender led the league in shutouts (Ed Giacomin – eight). ... Nominated as a finalist for the Vezina Trophy, as the NHL’s top goaltender, for the third consecutive season ... Turned aside 25 shots on Apr. 3 at Long Island to record his 10th shutout of the season, the most by a Rangers’ goaltender since John Ross Roach posted 13 shutouts in 1928-29. ... Recorded his 100th career win on Mar. 18 vs. Pittsburgh, becoming the fastest Rangers goalie to reach the mark (187 games; 2nd - Richter, 198 games). ... Stopped 26 shots on Mar. 6 at Long Island for his 30th win of the season, becoming only the second goalie in NHL history to record three straight 30-win seasons to begin their career (Ron Hextall, 1986-87 to 1988-89); Marked the second time a Rangers goalie posted three consecutive 30-win seasons (Ed Giacomin, 1966-67 to 1969-70).
2006-07: Tied for sixth in shutouts (5), tied for eighth in wins (37), eighth in goals against average (2.34), and tied for ninth in save percentage (.917). ... Tied for fourth in the NHL with eight shootout wins. ... Named a finalist for the Vezina Trophy, as the league’s top goaltender, for the second consecutive season ... Made 25 saves in a 3-1 win on Apr. 5 vs. Montreal, tying Ed Giocomin (1968-69) for second most wins in a single season (37) by a Ranger goalie (Mike Richter - 42, 1993-94). ... Became the second Ranger goaltender to win 30 or more games in back-to-back seasons on Mar. 17 vs. Boston (Ed Giacomin - 1966-67 to 1969-70); Also joined Ed Giacomin and Mike Richter as the only Ranger goaltenders to win 30 or more games in a season more than once ... Started his 19th consecutive contest on Mar. 1 vs. Pittsburgh, the most by a Rangers’ goalie since John Davidson started 24 straight games from Feb. 7 to Mar. 27, 1976. ... On Jan. 27 at Philadelphia, became the first Rangers’ goalie since Mike Richter (2000-01 - 2001-02) to have consecutive 20-win seasons. ... Ranked third in the NHL during the playoffs in save percentage and fifth in goals against average.
2005-06: Finished fifth in the NHL in goals against average, fourth in save percentage, tied for 11th in wins and 16th in shutouts. ... Finished third in voting for the Vezina Trophy to become the first NHL rookie to be a Vezina Trophy finalist since 1995 (Jim Carey). ... Named to the NHL’s All-Rookie Team. ... Tallied his 30th win of the season on Mar. 29 at Long Island, breaking the Rangers rookie goaltending wins record previously held by Jim Henry (1941-42) and Johnny Bower (1953-54). ... Became the first Ranger rookie to post 20 wins in a season since Mike Richter recorded 21 in 1990-91 on Jan. 22 vs. New Jersey. ... Made 38 saves to record his second shutout of the season on Jan. 7 vs. Florida, becoming the first Rangers rookie to record two shutouts in a single season since Gilles Villemure recorded four in 1970. ... Posted his first career shutout on Oct. 17 vs. Florida; Became the first rookie goaltender to record a shutout for the Rangers since John Vanbiesbrouck on Jan. 2, 1985. ... Recorded his first NHL win on Oct. 13 vs. New Jersey. ... Made his Rangers/NHL debut on Oct. 8 at New Jersey, posting 24 saves in a 3-2 overtime loss.
2004-05: Appeared in 44 games with Frolunda, posting a 33-8-3 record, along with a 1.79 goals against average and a .936 save percentage. … Ranked among the Swedish Elite league goaltending leaders in several categories, including: wins (33, first), goals against average (1.79, first), save percentage (.936, first), shutouts (six, first) and minutes played (2,641:51, second). … Recorded an unbeaten streak of 15 games from Dec. 28 to Mar. 1, posting a 13-0-2 record over the span along with a 1.80 goals against average and a .939 save percentage and two shutouts. … Posted a record of 12-2 with a 1.05 goals against average, a .962 save percentage and six shutouts in the 2005 postseason, helping lead Frolunda to the Swedish Elite League championship. …Established multiple national playoff records, including: lowest goals against average (1.05 GAA); highest save percentage (.962); longest consecutive time without conceding a goal (172 minutes, 29 seconds);most shutouts (six). … Following the postseason, he was named the Player of the Month for April, as well as being named to the Swedish Media All-Star team for the third consecutive season, along with Sweden’s Best Player award and the league’s MVP.
2003-04: Appeared in 48 games with Vastra Frolunda of Elitserien in Sweden, posting a goals against average of 2.17 and seven shutouts. … Voted to the Swedish Media All-Star Team for the second consecutive season.
2002-03: Ranked first in the league with six shutouts and a 1.45 goals against average. ... Recorded a .928 save percentage in 28 games. ... Posted a 2.21 goals against average in 12 playoff contests and recorded a leaguehigh two shutouts, helping Frolunda capture the Swedish Elite League championship. … Voted to the Swedish Media All-Star Team.
2001-02: Appeared in 20 games, posting a goals against average of 2.71. ... Garnered eight postseason victories in eight games and posted a league-leading two shutouts, along with a 2.21 goals against average.
2000-01: Appeared in four games, posting a goals against average of 3.46.
2014: Posted a 5-1-0 re- cord, a 1.50 GAA, a .943 SV%, and 2 SO in six games while helping Sweden capture a silver medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia ... His 12 wins rank second all-time in Olympic competition (Vladislav Tretiak – 17).
2010: Made his second career Olympic appearance, representing fifth-place Sweden at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. … Led all tournament goaltenders in GAA and shutouts, and ranked fourth in save percentage.
2008: Started five games for Team Sweden at the 2008 World Championships at Quebec City, helping Swedes to fourth-place finish.
2006: Captured a gold medal with Team Sweden at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy. … Appeared in six games, posting a 5-1 record along with a 2.33 goals against average and a .907 save percentage.
2005: Appeared in nine games for Sweden at the 2005 World Championships, posting a 6-3-0 record, along with a 2.35 goals against average and a .894 save percentage.
2004: Competed with Team Sweden at the 2004 IIHF World Championship in the Czech Republic, capturing a silver medal. … In the tournament, he appeared in all eight contests, posting a 5-1-2 record, along with a 1.64 goals against average and a .925 save percentage. … Following the tournament, he was named to the Media All-Star team, as well as one of Sweden’s top three players for the Championships. … Also was on Sweden’s roster for 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
2003: Dressed for three games with Sweden at the 2003 World Championship in Finland.
2002: Posted a 3-4-0 record in goal for Team Sweden, while ranking second overall in minutes played (4:19:15), fourth in goals against average (2.15) and fifth in save percentage (.906) at the 2002 World Junior Championship in the Czech Republic.
2001: Registered a 1.86 goals against average and a .928 save percentage in seven games with Sweden at the 2001 World Junior Championship.
2000: Appeared in four games for Sweden at the 2000 Under-18 World Junior Championship, posting a 2.25 goals against average and a .939 save percentage.
Became the official spokesperson for the Garden of Dreams Foundation in Jan. 2009 ... He conceived and created the Crown Collection, a collection of apparel he designed with a percentage of proceeds benefitting the Garden of Dreams Foundation ... Recipient of the 2012 Garden of Dreams Hero Award, an award established in 2009 to annually honor a per- son or organization who embodies the spirit and commitment of the Garden of Dreams Foundation, with active, on-going dedication to children facing obstacles ... He teamed up with tennis great John McEnroe to create Rock of Dreams, a fundraiser featuring their band “Noise Upstairs” at the Canal Room in New York City, to raise over $60,000 for charity, including $48,000 for the Garden of Dreams Foundation ... Auctioned off the customized mask he created for the Winter Classic following the Rangers’ victory, raising over $37,000 for the Garden of Dreams ... Was the first hockey player to be featured on HBO’s award winning series, “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.” ... Named to Vanity Fair’s 2013 International Best Dressed List ... Appeared in the “Ice Cold Killers” fashion feature in the Nov. 2012 issue of Esquire Magazine ... Named one of the most stylist New Yorkers by US Weekly Magazine ... Was awarded “Most Stylish Athlete” at the 2012 Style Awards during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week ... Made a guest appearance, along with fellow teammates, on the Sept. 30, 2009 episode of Late Show with David Letterman to present the Top 10 list ... Named to Page Six Magazine’s “Best-Dressed of NYC Fashion Week” list (Sept. 2008) ... Inducted into Grey Line New York’s “Ride of Fame” on Aug. 31, 2010, joining the ranks of Donald Trump, Rachel Ray and Whoopi Goldberg, as a personalized bus was unveiled featuring his likeness ... Featured in spread of 2010 Vogue magazine’s celebrated September issue ... Named to People Magazine’s “100 Most Beautiful People” list in 2006 ... Opened Tiny’s Restaurant in Tribeca with Sean Avery in April of 2011 ... Twin brother Joel, was drafted by Dallas in the third round of the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, and they have played against each other three times in the NHL ... Is a fan of Bruce Springsteen, the Foo Fighters and Slash from Guns ‘N Roses ... Played guitar with a band in Frolunda ... Also enjoys golf and soccer ... Nickname is Hank ... Married – wife, Therese; daughter, Charlise.
June 25, 2000 -- Rangers seventh-round choice, No. 205 overall, in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft.
LONGEST WIN STREAK: 7 (twice) (last -- Dec. 20, 2011, to Jan. 10, 2012)
LONGEST POINT STREAK: 10, (8-0-2) from March 16, 2007, to April 5, 2007
LONGEST SHUTOUT STREAK: 182:37 (from Jan. 21, 2012 to Feb. 5, 2012)
MOST SHOTS FACED, GAME: 55 on March 4, 2010, vs. Pittsburgh
MOST SAVES, GAME: 50 on March 4, 2010, vs. Pittsburgh
FIRST NHL GAME: Oct. 8, 2005 at New Jersey
FIRST NHL WIN: Oct. 13, 2005 vs. New Jersey)
FIRST NHL SHUTOUT: Oct. 17, 2005 vs. Florida