I disagree that most of Lunquist's saves were easy.
Despite that NY spent a great deal of that game protecting the net and their 1 goal lead, I thought the Pens worked hard and, as a result, generated some good scoring chances. Many shots from the outside, yes. Frankly, when they pack it in on defense in front of their net the way NY did, your going to have to take some shots from the point and have your forwards fight to get into those areas in front of the net and get a piece of the puck on the way to the net. To their credit, the Pens did that. Many of those saves were real good saves - not necessarily flashy, but real good saves. y
Lunquist was definitely the difference last night, in part because NY was satisfied to try to protect rather than attack.
This is why I had a pit in my stomach after game 5. I felt that as this series extended, he'd become more of a factor and he was.