Monday, October 18, 2010
But Henrik was still amazing making 31 saves. From Jesse's blog
“A loss is a loss, you know?” Lundqvist said. “It doesn’t really matter how you lose. You’re not getting the points. So, that’s always frustrating. We’re right there. It’s been close games, where the last five to eight minutes, it’s gone the other way. We have to stay positive knowing that we’re close.”
And this from Nick another NY Rangers beat writer
Before fans start pointing the finger of blame, allow me to state that it should NOT be pointed at goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. Henrik kept the score from being embarrassing. For that he deserves praise if anything. Once again he is being given no support and you can tell he is really starting to get frustrated based on his body language out on the ice. I cannot blame him for that.
How can you go in and pester players after they lose a game? I'd hate that job. I feel so bad for Henrik. He seems so sad.