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Henrik Lundqvist Selected to Fourth NHL All-Star Game

Marc Rovner, Attorney

The recipient of multiple awards for excellence in client services, Marc Rovner is an East Rockaway, New York-based attorney who serves as director of business development with BETA Abstract LLC, a title insurance company. When he isn't working, attorney Marc Rovner enjoys following his favorite National Hockey League (NHL) team, the New York Rangers.

Henrik Lundqvist of the Rangers is already an accomplished goaltender as the recipient of the 2012 Vezina Trophy, but the 35-year-old Swede added to his list of achievements this season by earning his fourth All-Star Game selection. Lundqvist joined Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals as the two goaltenders selected to represent the Metropolitan Division in the game. He was the only player selected from the Rangers, while the Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, and New York Islanders each saw two players picked. Other teams represented included the New Jersey Devils, Carolina Hurricanes, and Philadelphia Flyers.

Lundqvist, who last played in an All-Star Game in 2012, leads the Metropolitan Division in save percentage with a mark of .924. He is also tied for second in shutouts (two) and third in wins (19). Not only has he been one of the Rangers' best players this season, he has rebounded from a disappointing 2016-17 season in which he posted a career-worst save percentage (.910) and goals against average (2.74).

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