Every night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan breaks down each goalie's performance.
Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers (4)- Did has he always does, gives the Rangers a chance to win a game. Outstanding on the penalty kill, as the Rangers were short eight times, he made big saves early on Brian Gionta backdoor and Daniel Briere in tight. He was really locked in as far as rebound control and exploding into pucks. His comfort level with the DEPTH of his game is always amazing to watch, as there's not much margin for error if he's deep on the play. He closes holes and swallows pucks up as good as anybody in the league. Three big saves in OT show what he's capable of when the chips are on the line.
Dustin Tokarski, Montreal Canadiens (3) - Very aggressive game, was explosive and played at the top of his crease quite often. It started early on with a big save on Marc Staal, continued good work in the second. As he made two, ten bell saves on Martin St. Louis and Derick Brassard respectively, allowed two breakaway goals to Carl Hagelin and Brassard. GWG was a great shot by St. Louis, but he looked to activate in the VH position early, and from a tough angle. He was a big reason why they even made it to OT, but came up short.