Thursday was a night of important shutouts around the league, with three impressive blankings that won't be soon forgotten by their respective netminders.
First, Henrik Lundqvist stopped 38 and the Rangers shut down the Red Wings, 1-0; though it was Henrik's third shutout of the year, it was his first since wayyyy back on Halloween against Buffalo. The King has been far better since the end of December than he was in his up-and-down first three months of the year, but this in particular – even against a Detroit team that's a shadow of its normal self – was a statement game for Lundqvist and the Rangers, who are now tied with Philadelphia for second in the Metropolitan Division, though the Flyers have a game in hand.
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