Henrik Lundqvist appears on The Late Show with David Letterman

Henrik Lundqvist is in New York with many other NHLers as they mingle with the media ahead of the 2014-15 season. Last night, Lundqvist visited The Late Show and talked about how he became a goaltender, while Letterman calls the Kings a bunch of goons.
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NHL players have descended on New York to mingle with the media.

As part of this event, New York Rangers goalie and Stanley Cup finalist Henrik Lundqvist visited David Letterman and appeared on The Late Show Monday night. There, he talked about how and why he became a goaltender, playing against his twin brother Joel Lundqvist and playing against the Los Angeles Kings.

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