Rangers’ Lundqvist playing tennis before NHL season

After having a solid visit back to his ho,e country of Sweden, Lundqvist came back to New York to play tennis? Yes who knew a goalie can play tennis or even want to. Apparently he played just as much tennis as he did hockey when he was a kid.


It was electric. It was energetic. So was Lundqvist.

“Going back to Sweden, that’s where I recharge,” Lundqvist said. “You see family, friends. I had a great summer. It went by pretty fast, but coming back to New York is always a good feeling. You get a break for two months and you start missing the city, your friends here, the team and teammates. It’s always a good feeling to come back.”

Lundqvist  returned to New York on Wednesday and approximately 24 hours later the still jet-lagged former Vezina Trophy winner was playing in a celebrity charity tennis match at Sportime Randall’s Island Tennis Center.

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Subban, Canadiens agree to terms on 8-year contract

Canadien’s are obviously interested in keeping Subban with the team well into his career. He brings a lot of excitement and seems to fit in very well with that storied franchise who for many years now hasn’t lived up to the status of such a  all time dynasty. Let’s see if any other moves or trades are made to help give the Canadiens even more of an edge among the Eastern Conference.



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