Hank Lundqvist net worth and salary: Henrik "Hank" Lundqvist is a Swedish professional hockey player in the NHL who has a net worth of $18 million and annual salary of $6.875 million. Hank Lundqvist earned his net worth playing for Frolunda HC and the New York Rangers as a goaltender. He played for Frolunda HC from 2000 to 2005. In 2001 he led his team to fourth place in the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, and was instrumental in winning the Honken Trophy for 2003, 2004 and 2005. He also was awarded the Golden Puck and the Golden Helmet, which are high honors in Swedish Ice Hockey. In October of 2005 Lundqvist made his debut as a New York Ranger and became the first rookie, since Mike Richter, to post twenty wins in a season. In his second season with the Rangers he acquired the nicknames, "The King," and "King Henrik" by many of his numerous fans and team mates. In 2008 Lundqvist signed a six year contract with the Rangers which landed him an average of $6.875 million a season. He was voted the Rangers MVP for five years in a row by the Professional Hockey Writers Association from 2006-2011. Hank Lundqvist was born in Are, Sweden and grew up in Are, Jamtland. He has a twin brother named Joel and an older sister, Gabriella. Both Henrik and his brother Joel played on hockey teams as adolescents and their sister Gabriella was involved in her tennis career. Hank Lundqvist is very busy when not on the ice, as well. He hosts charitable events for the Garden of Dreams Foundation, launched "Crown Collection" clothing line, and has a restaurant which is located in TriBeCa, called "Tinys." Lundqvist wed his longtime girlfriend, Therese Andersson in 2011.
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Ice hockey player
Date of Birth
Mar 2, 1982 (34 years old)
Ice hockey player, Athlete
6 ft (1.85 m)
185 lbs (83.9 kg)
Björn Henrik Lundqvist, The King, Лундквист, Хенрик
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