The New York Rangers continue their massive rebuild and we could see a shocker this summer. 

While speaking to reporters overseas, Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist said he wasn't sure he saw himself continuing in a Rangers uniform. 

Lundqvist was extremely upset when his close friend Mats Zuccarello was dealt at the trade deadline and it sounds like it's soured his relationship. 

"I don't know if I'll stay with the Rangers my entire career," Lundqvist told Swedish outlet Expressen, according to NHL.com's Jon Lane. "I have two years left on my deal and it has always been my goal to stay with the Rangers, but once you get up there in age you never know. I know what I want, but if the club has other ideas I know I'll have to listen. You can't just do your own thing.

"Sometimes the dream might not work out in the end ... we'll see what happens. Right now all my focus is on the upcoming World Championships."

Playing goalie for a rebuilding team ended up being way tougher on him than he expected. 

"The season started good," Lundqvist said. "I came in and had a lot of energy. I haven't felt as good in years, physically, mentally, and in terms of technique. I was incredibly pleased with my first month of the season. After that, it turned out to be a lot harder than I thought.

"We lost a lot and it really took its toll on me mentally. Very much a challenge. I've always played to win and every year with the Rangers I've felt like we've had a shot at winning the Cup. But not this season. It was a very strange situation to be in."

This will be a very interesting story to follow. 



Source: Expressen via NHL.com