The NHL All-Star Game was an offensive display on Saturday night, except when Henrik Lundqvist was in net.
The Rangers' goalie stopped all six shots on goal in the first period of the All-Star Game final to help lead Team Metropolitan to a 10-5 victory over Team Central.
His first period shutout allowed the Metropolitan team to build a 5-0 cushion before handing the goaltending duties off to Braden Holtby.
It was quite the weekend for the 36-year-old goalie, who also won the NHL Save Streak competition on Friday night.
Lundqvist played the first period in both the final and semifinal of the 3-on-3 tournament.
In the semifnal against Team Atlantic, Lundqvist stopped five of seven shots on goal, making him 11 of 13 for the whole day.
The two goals he allowerd were to Jack Eichel and Steven Stamkos.
Yet it was still good enough to allow the Metropolitan team to hold a 3-2 lead at the end of the first period and clinch a spot in the final game.
Lundqvist's performance, however, was not good enough to get him the MVP honors, which went to Penguins' Sidney Crosby. >> Box Score