It's hard to pick all of Henrik Lundqvist's best moments during his Rangers career, but now that his historic tenure with the team is reportedly finished, here are nine that stood out over the course of the veteran goalie's 15 seasons with the Blueshirts.
1. On Nov. 26, 2005 against the Washington Capitals, Lundqvist stops 35 shots in regulation/overtime, and then holds up for 15 rounds in a shootout.
2. Lundqvist shuts down the Thrashers in Game 3 of the 2007 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals for his first playoff shutout. The Rangers would win Game 4 the next day, giving Lundqvist the first playoff series win of his career.
3. Lundqvist ices a win in the 2012 Winter Classic against the Philadelphia Flyers with a penalty shot save of Daniel Briere with 19.6 seconds left.
4. The 2011-12 season saw Lundqvist play the best hockey of his career, becoming the first Ranger since John Vanbiesbrouck to win the Vezina Trophy. Lundqvist gave up a career low 1.97 GAA, in what was undoubtedly his best individual season.
5. During the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Rangers were down 3-2 to the Washington Capitals in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. Lundqvist posts back-to-back shutouts in Game 6 and Game 7.
6. The King closes out Game 7 against the Penguins in the second round of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs with a flurry of saves without his stick. The Rangers trailed in the series 3-1, but Lundqvist gave up just three goals over the final three games of the series carrying them to a win (as he has done throughout his Rangers career). Lundqvist currently has a 6-2 record in Game 7s, with a 1.11 GAA and a .961 save percentage.
7. Lundqvist shuts out the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 in Game 6 of the 2014 Eastern Conference Finals to send the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Finals. This acrobatic save on Thomas Vanek kept the game scoreless, allowing Dominic Moore to score the game-winner a few minutes later.
8. While the Rangers lost to the Los Angeles Kings in the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals, Lundqvist keeps the Blueshirts from getting swept with a 40 save win in Game 4.
9. The King records the 400th win of his career on Feb. 11, 2017 against the Colorado Avalanche. Lundqvist becomes the first European-born goalie to reach the mark, as well as the quickest in NHL history to reach the 400-win mark.