He was the first goalie since Dominik Hasek, via Elias, to post shutouts in games six and seven of a series.
Lundqvist is now second on the list of Rangers career playoff shutouts and is one behind Mike Richter for first.
In game sevens, Lundqvist is 3-1 with a GAA of 1.00 and a save percentage of .963.
Ryan McDonagh said on MSG last night that “anything is possible” for the Ranger with Lundqvist in net.
Joe Micheletti said that there is not a player with as much mental toughness as Lundqvist and “he simply wasn’t going to be denied….there was no way to beat him.”
Alexander Ovechkin said on MSG that Lundqvist is the best goalie in the league and was once again “unbelievable.”
Mike Green told the Washington Post that the Capitals threw the “kitchen sink” at Lundqvist at certain times and he just stopped them all.
According to the Washington Post, Pierre McGuire approached Lundqvist in the dressing room after the Rangers win and told him that Capitals assistant coach Calle Johansson asked for an autographed stick. Lundqvist reportedly smiled and asked a Rangers equipment manager to help him fulfill the request. Johansson is from Gotheburg Sweden.