"King Henrik" was sitting on the throne at the end of the longest save streak during the NHL All-Star Skills Competition on Friday night.
Rangers G Henrik Lundqvist managed to tally a 12-save streak to win the competion, beating Lightning G Andrei Vasilevskiy's eight-save streak.
"That sounds great. I'll take that," Lundqvist said after winning the competition.
It was no easy feat for Lundqvist, who had to go up against perennial snipers like Steven Stamkos, Jack Eichel, Nikita Kucherov, and John Tavares to name a few.
"Please don't embarass me," Lundqvist joked when talking about his mindset. "There's so much skill in every group out there but looking at that especially there's a lot of goal scorers. So what they did they just stare at you. They come down and they move their shoulders, they move their stick, the puck and then just wait for you to do something, to drop and then they take advantage right away. It's a mind game almost."
The 36-year-old, who will play in his fifth All-Star Game tonight, owns a 3.01 GAA and .908 save percentage over 35 games this season.