“It’s time,” Henrik Lundqvist wrote in an August social media post. And with that, one of the greatest careers in NHL history came to an end. Lundqvist announced his retirement a er learning that inflammation in his heart would prevent a comeback. It was the same ailment that forced him to sit out the 2020-21 season after he signed a one-year deal with the Washington Capitals. In that sense, the conclusion of his highly decorated career is appropriate. From his debut in 2005 until the end of the line in 2020, Lundqvist was the face of the New York Rangers…

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