Exactly 30 years ago to the day, Alain Vigneault managed to do something his Vancouver Canucks could not on Tuesday night.

He scored a goal against the New York Rangers.

Of course, Vigneault's goal, one of only two he scored in a brief 42-game NHL career, came against a goalie named Steve Baker, not Henrik Lundqvist.

King Henrik, as he is sometimes known in the Big Apple, stole a game for the Rangers on Tuesday night. Lundqvist turned aside all 40 shots the Canucks fired his way and was absolutely brilliant as the Rangers earned their first win of the season, a 4-0 decision over the Canucks at Rogers Arena.