Lehner allowed two goals on 33 shots in the Sabres’ loss to the Bruins on Saturday. Lehner has played very well this season, posting a 2.38 GAA and .922 SV% in 17 starts, but that has only translated into five wins. Tonight he starts in Washington—he is 4-4-1 with a 2.47 GAA and .921 SV% on the road so far.
Lehner allowed one goal on six shots before leaving Tuesday’s game with a hip injury. Lehner got Thursday night off, but will be back in goal tonight vs. the Bruins. Lehner is just 1-3-2 with a 2.29 GAA and .920 SV% on home-ice this season and he allowed four goals on 42 shots in a losing effort in his first start vs. Boston.
Lehner left Tuesday’s game with a hip injury; listed as day-to-day.
Lehner left Tuesday’s game with a hip injury after allowing one goal on six shots. Sabres’ head coach Dan Bylsma said that Lehner is day-to-day and they don’t know if they will need to recall a goalie prior to Thursday’s game vs. the Rangers.
Lehner gave up one goal on 24 shots in a losing effort vs. the Red Wings last Wednesday. Anders Nilsson started on Friday, but they’ll come back to Lehner vs. his former team in Ottawa. He has already faced the Senators twice this season, going 1-0-1 with a great 0.96 GAA and .968 SV%. Lehner has also gone 4-4-1 with a2.44 GAA and .923 SV% on the road this season.
Lehner allowed two goals on 31 shots in the Sabres’ win over the Flames on Monday. The win snapped a personal five-game losing streak for Lehner, who will face the Red Wings tonight. Lehner has gone 1-3-1 with a 2.59 GAA and .914 SV% in his first five starts on home-ice in 2016-17.
Lehner allowed four goals on 38 shots in the Sabres’ loss to the Lightning on Thursday. After a nice stretch of games, Lehner has now dropped his last five starts while posting a 3.15 GAA and .904 SV%. Tonight he takes on a Flames team that is on the tail-end of a back-to-back, but have won three of their last four.
Lehner allowed three goals on 30 shots in the Sabres’ loss in St. Louis on Tuesday. Lehner has now lost four straight games (0-3-1) while posting a 2.94 GAA and .906 SV%. Tonight Lehner will face a Lightning team that has won three of their last four games, but they come into tonight without Steven Stamkos, who is out with a knee injury.
Lehner allowed four goals on 27 shots in the Sabres loss in New Jersey on Saturday. It was one of Lehner’s worst outings of the season, but that won’t deter the Sabres from going back to him tonight in St. Louis. Lehner has a 2-3-1 record, 2.15 GAA and .931 SV% in November, but is a risky start tonight.
Lehner allowed one goal on 29 shots in the Sabres’ shootout loss to the Senators on Wednesday. Anders Nilsson started last night, so Lehner will face the Devils on the road this season. Lehner has won three of his last six starts with a 1.65 GAA and .950 SV%. The 25-year-old has also been impressive on the road, going 4-2-1 with a 2.14 GAA and .934 SV%.
Lehner gave up four goals on 42 shots in the Sabres’ loss in Boston on Monday. Despite the loss, the Sabres will go back to Lehner tonight vs. his former team. Lehner stopped 32 of 33 shots in a 2-1 win over the Senators on the weekend and comes in with a 3-2-0 record, 1.81 GAA and .947 SV% over his last five starts.
Lehner turned aside 32 of 33 shots in the Sabres win in Ottawa on Saturday. Lehner has been red-hot since returning from illness, winning three of his last four starts while posting a 1.26 GAA and .961 SV%. Lehner has always been considered a potential No.1 NHL netminder, but injuries have limited him. Tonight he faces a Bruins team that has won three of his last four.
Lehner allowed two goals on 29 shots in the Sabres’ loss to the Maple Leafs on Thursday. The loss snapped his brief two-game winning streak—since returning from illness, Lehner is 2-1-0 with a 1.34 GAA and .958 SV%. He has proven to be a capable No.2 fantasy option, but could be in tough against a red-hot Craig Anderson.
Lehner stopped 27 of 28 shots in the Sabres’ win in Minnesota on Tuesday. Lehner has won his last two starts while stopping 64 of 66 shots (.970 SV%). Lehner has had a really strong start to the season, going 3-2-1 with a 2.34 GAA and .921 SV% in his first six starts. Tonight he will take on a Maple Leafs team that is 3-4-3 and is tied for ninth in scoring (2.90 G/PG).
Lehner stopped 37 of 38 shots in the Sabres’ win in Winnipeg on Sunday. It was a great return to the crease for Lehner, who finished October with two wins (in five starts), a 2.61 GAA and .913 SV%. Lehner is an underrated netminder, but he draws a tough matchup against a red-hot Devan Dubnyk, who has posted three straight shutouts.
Lehner allowed two goals on 20 shots in the Sabres loss in Vancouver on October 20th. Lehner has missed the last three games with an illness, but will return to the crease today in Winnipeg. Lehner has posted a 3.01 GAA and .892 SV% in four starts this season and is a risky start against a solid Winnipeg offence.