Lundqvist indicates desire to continue playing: 'I still want to win'
It appears as though future Hall of Fame netminder Henrik Lundqvist is hungry to return for another season.
The pending unrestricted free agent took to Twitter on Sunday to express his desire to continue playing.
Lundqvist's future became unclear when he was bought out by the New York Rangers earlier this week with one year remaining on his deal. He's spent all 15 seasons of his career with the club, helping it reach the Stanley Cup Final in 2014.
The 38-year-old owns a .910 save percentage and 3.05 goals-against average in 145 appearances over his last three campaigns.
Though his best days are behind him, the veteran puck-stopper could make an impact in a backup role, while his leadership and experience could prove invaluable to a team in the hunt for a Stanley Cup.