According to Rosen, the 27-year-old Lundqvist (136 career wins) would need to average 35 wins over the next 13 seasons just to top Roy's mark of 551.
...Lundqvist would probably need to average at least 45 wins per year to give Brodeur's record (whatever that may be when he finally retires) a run. Not sure if he'll be around when he's 40. What hurt Lundqvist is not starting his NHL career until the age of 24. For a goaltender to break Brodeur's record they'd have to begin playing around the age of 20.