Don’t miss Henrik Lundqvist’s remarkable comeback as the legendary New York Rangers goalie returns to the ice for the Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic—witness history in the making on November 12th at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.
November 12th will mark the return of the king. It’s the day Henrik Lundqvist returns to the ice. Last week, the former New York Rangers goaltender, who retired in 2021, had a practice session that showed he hadn’t lost his touch.
At 41 years old, Lundqvist effortlessly made every save during high-speed breakaway reps, proving he’s still in top form. His skills have earned him the title of a former Vezina Trophy winner and a spot in the Hockey Hall of Fame, a well-deserved recognition.
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While Lundqvist has been spending more time as a studio analyst on TNT lately, it’s clear that he’s ready to trade in the suit and tie for his goalie pads once again. He’s gearing up for the Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic, which is set to take place on November 12th at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.
Lundqvist won’t be alone on the ice; he’ll join other former Capitals and famous goal-scorers like Adam Oates, Peter Bondra, Mike Gartner, Mike Green, and Craig Anderson for this exciting event.
Lundqvist is looking forward to the occasion, and he humorously said that it’s probably a good idea to start stretching early.
The game will be on Sunday at 3:00 PM ET and is part of Hall of Fame weekend, which will run from November 10-13, when Lundqvist will officially be inducted into hockey immortality.
Unfortunately, for those unable to attend the event in person, it won’t be available for streaming. However, fans can grab tickets and catch the game live on Instagram and X, so there are still ways to be part of the action. It’s a special event that promises hockey fans a treat.