Henrik Lundqvist has officially moved on from the Rangers. Well, from the waist up anyway. Three weeks after Lundqvist signed a one-year, $1.5 million deal with the Capitals — ending his 15-year run in New York — the first footage of the longtime face of the Rangers franchise practicing with his new team was shared to Twitter by the new Washington netminder.
Capitals fans will enjoy this first look of Henrik Lundqvist in his new team threads.
The Hotline’s rollout of season previews continues with Washington and will churn into next week with predictions for each team and the division races, an analysis of quarterback depth, bowl picks, our all-conference selections, a ranking of top newcomers and more. Four times this century, a Pac-12 football program has participated in one of the major bowls in three consecutive years. USC did it seven seasons in a row (2002-08) during its Pete Carroll-era dominance.