Roberto Luongo presents an offer to Henrik Lundqvist he can't refuse

I'd certainly tune in!


They're two of the great goaltenders in NHL history whose legacies can't be questioned, either during their multiple years playing in hockey's greatest league or their success on the international stage. 

However, they both have something in common, and it's not something that either one set out for. 

Both Roberto Luongo and Henrik Lundqvist came up short in winning hockey's ultimate prize in the form of the Stanley Cup. Both goaltenders reached the Stanley Cup Finals, but lost in heartbreaking fashion. So naturally, being the jovial comedian on social media that he's become known for, Luongo reached out to Lundqvist on Twitter with a rather tempting offer: 

Of course, Luongo also congratulated Lundqvist on his career, which came to an official close earlier this weekend after 15 years: 

Luongo won 489 games over the course of his NHL Career, split between two tours of duty with the Florida Panthers as well as the Vancouver Canucks. He helped lead the Canucks to the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, a series in which he performed well at home but faltered on the road, ultimately leading up to a disappointing loss in Game 7 on home ice. However, Luongo did reach the international mountaintop, backstopping Team Canada to the dramatic gold medal victory over the United States in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. 

Meanwhile, Lundqvist earned 459 career victories, all with the Rangers. He would help lead the Rangers to the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals, where they'd see their dream season fall short in a five game series loss to the Los Angeles Kings. Meanwhile on the international stage, Lundqvist would backstop Team Sweden to the gold medal in the 2006 Torino Olympics, as well as the silver medal in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.