Henrik Lundqvist is thankful that the Rangers left Detroit with a point, though is left frustrated that he's lost a second shootout in a row.
Lundqvist saved 33 shots in the Rangers 3-2 loss to the Red Wings but laments two blown leads.
"We had enough chances, especially in the third, to win this one," Lundqvist said, via the Rangers. "So it was tough to give up that second goal I feel like we had the momentum, we had the chances."
It could have been worse, though. The Rangers ended regulation by killing a penalty, so Lundqvist hasn't lost sight of the fact that at least they gained one point instead of zero.
"It gives the team confidence. We killed off some really important minutes at the end of the game, at least we get a point here," Lundqvist said. "It would have been tough to lose the game like that on a late power play. But the guys stepped up and played really well."
On a personal note, Lundqvist is disappointed that he's lost two shootouts in a row.
"It's tough to lose another one in a shootout, you know that's two in a row for me," Lundqvist said. "So obviously I try to be a little bit better."