Friday, March 13, 2009

Lundqvist and Brodeur Making Records

Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist entered the record books with last night's 4-2 win over Nashville. "The King" is the first goalie to ever win 30 games or more in each of his first four seasons in the N.H.L. Cool stuff. Lundqvist's resume is pretty impressive so far, though, a Stanley Cup would be nice to add.

Meanwhile, across the river Martin Brodeur could tie his idol, Patrick Roy, in Montreal tomorrow and then break the record on St. Patrick's Day as the winningest goalie in the history of the N.H.L. Brodeur (currently with 550 wins and 100 shutouts) is also closing in on Terry Sawchuk's shutout record of 103.


Rob Adams said...

Hey Sean, Good morning!

ST. PATRICK'S DAY! Patrick Roy! Saint...Patrick! I get it!

Sorry, I'm going a little nutty right now. Good day, sir.

Sean G. Kilkelly said...