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    Henrik Lundqvist: Lundqvist isn't blamed for Sunday's loss

    Henrik Lundqvist - G - NYR - Jan. 21 - 9:21 am et

    Rangers coach John Tortorella seemed to downplay his decision to yank Henrik Lundqvist in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Penguins.
    "I was not going to keep him in there, not with what was going on in front of him," Tortorella said. Rangers captain Ryan Callahan echoed Tortorella's remarks by suggested that the benching of Lundqvist was to "give him a break." Callahan went onto say that he didn't think their goaltender was to blame for Sunday's defeat. Lundqvist has an ugly 4.75 GAA and .865 save percentage in two starts, but it shouldn't be too long before he bounces back. Jan. 21 - 9:21 am et
    Source: New York Daily News

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