Lundqvist stands up to pressure

With the bullets flying, King Henrik didn't flinch ... until the game was over

Updated: April 27, 2012, 10:07 AM ET
By Johnette Howard | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- The shots were flying at Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist from every angle in the final, frantic five or six minutes.

The Rangers were clinging to a one-goal Game 7 lead, built on two goals from the most unlikely of sources, and Lundqvist could not tell a lie after he had survived every third-period shot Ottawa whistled at him, often with traffic in front of the net, often with the Senators blocking his vision, wrestling for position, and generally fraying his nerves to the ...

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