Dwight King found the net two minutes into the third period in the second match of the Stanley Cup final, which the Kings eventually came from behind to win 5-4 in double overtime.
The left wing’s deflected goal proved to be a turning point, but Lundvqist expressed his dismay after appearing to be severely obstructed by King.
“I’m extremely disappointed on that call or non-call,” he said. “They (have) got to be consistent with that rule.
“They score a goal and I can’t even move. It’s extremely frustrating for them to get life like that.
“It’s a different game after that. It’s such an important play in the game.”
The result sees Rangers 2-0 down heading into game three, but Lundvqist still believes his side can claw back the defiicit.
“You don’t have a choice, you have to move on,” he added. “We go home now and you try to stay positive, believing in what we do in here.
“We did a lot of good things out there. It’s come down to a couple plays that so far they’re taking advantage of, a couple mistakes (in) the first two games.”
King defended himself by insisting: “We were just battling for position. I was fortunate enough for it to hit me, I guess.”
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