Rangers vs. Sabres: Henrik Lundqvist makes two unbelievable saves

Save(s) of the year, perhaps?

What Henrik Lundqvist just did boggles the mind. The Rangers netminder made two of the most miraculous saves in recent memory.

Ryan McDonagh made an unfortunate turnover right in front of the Rangers' net, leading to a prime scoring chance for Thomas Vanek. Somehow Lundqvist got over to make that save, but that left him completely out of position as more Sabres crashed the net. Suddenly Thomas Vanek had another chance at a gaping net.

And then, TOE SAVE.

Here it is in gif form:

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Wow. How many goaltenders in the league have those kind of reaction times? The overhead angle shows just how impressive that kick save was:

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King Henrik, everyone. Definitely two of the best saves this season.

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