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Photo: New York Post Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist announced on Thursday afternoon that he will not join the Washington Capitals this season due to a heart condition. He consulted with doctors and after many discussions, he decided not to risk anything … Continue reading
PHOTO: DANIEL STILLER / BILDBYRÅN Henrik Lundqvist is settling in with his new team. The Capitals new netminder completed his first set of informal workouts at MedStar Capitals Iceplex last week, and was pleased with how things went.
Carl Hagelin Will Help Henrik Lundqvist Get Acclimated In D.C., Just Like Lundqvist Did For Him In New York
Getty Images As a 23-year-old, heading into his first NHL season back in 2011, Carl Hagelin found himself in the big city, getting ready to play for the New York Rangers. One of his mentors at the time was fellow … Continue reading
Screen cap: Washington Capitals The Washington Capitals released a new video on Monday afternoon that includes footage of new Capitals netminder Henrik Lundqvist practicing with players that have already begun reporting for informal skate at MedStar Capitals Iceplex.
Famed goalie mask artist David Gunnarsson provided a sneak peek of Henrik Lundqvist’s new Capitals goalie mask on Thursday. Gunnarsson has worked with Lundqvist for a number of years, as well as many of the past Capitals and Bears goaltenders.
Photo: Henrik Lundqvist Foundation The Washington Capitals announced on Monday afternoon that The Henrik Lundqvist Foundation is now accepting applications for its Young Ambassador Program through Monday, Nov. 30. The Young Ambassadors program was developed based on the belief in … Continue reading
Henrik Lundqvist Is Ready For The Next Phase: “The Desire To Win Is A Big Driving Force…I Feel Prepared”
Photo: AP Henrik Lundqvist is a man in transition. “The King” has been very busy over the last month, tending to matters necessary to facilitate his transition from Rangers blue to Capitals red.
Image: @HLundqvist35 “The King” is getting ready for the 2020-21 season. On Saturday morning Henrik Lundqvist revealed the design for his new Washington Capitals goalie pads. The announcement came via Lundqvist’s Instagram page.
Yes, it’s real. Henrik Lundqvist really has come to Washington DC. Lundqvist posted several images to his social media accounts on Sunday showing he and his family visiting Capitals’ headquarters, Georgetown and the Washington Monument.
Capitals’ Newly-Signed Henrik Lundqvist: “I Want To See Myself Lift That Cup And I Want To Do It In Washington”
Photo: @Capitals On Friday, goaltender Henrik Lundqvist spoke to D.C. media for the first time since signing to a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Washington Capitals earlier in the day. He expressed his gratitude to the New York Rangers, … Continue reading