4/14/16 | 11:32PM: Rick Nash said that doesn't know what the status of Henrik Lundqvist is. (Gross)
4/13/16 | 11:23PM: Alain Vigneault said after the game on MSG:
- "he will be re-evaluated tomorrow. We will have more news tomorrow."
- Is he at the arena or did he go to the hospital, "I think he is still here with our staff, I saw him between the second and third so I am assuming he is still here."
- "I don't have anything more to tell you than what I just have, we should know more tomorrow."
Antti Raanta said that Lundqvist's message to him when he went to the bench for treatment was "be ready." (Gross)
9:38PM: Alain Vigneault said on the NBC broadcast of the game that Lundqvist is day to day. (Gulitti)
9:12PM: Antti Raanta has replaced Henrik Lundqvist in net for the second period.
Lundqvist, as of the start of the period, is not on the Rangers bench.
8:58PM: Late in the first period, Marc Staal caught Henrik Lundqvist near the eye after his stick went through the wires in Lundqvist's mask.
Lundqvist immediately went to the ice and started kicking his legs out in pain with his helmet in his hands.
Joe Micheletti said that Lundqvist was "writhing in pain" prior to medical trainer JIm Ramsay coming on the ice.
Ramsay administered eye drops to Lundqvist on the Rangers bench before Lundqvist returned to the game.
Adam Rotter: Well, you talk about worst case scenarios for the Rangers and this is it. We have to wait and see what the report on Lundqvist is and whether he is just getting treatment now and could be back later, in the third or fine for Game 2. That big advantage the Rangers had in goal when the first period started has now disappeared. Antti Raanta is solid and has played well for the Rangers lately but he isn't Henrik Lundqvist.