Lehner allowed three goals on 22 shots in a loss to the Red Wings on Sunday. It was one of Lehner's worst outings of the season, but it is still better than what Craig Anderson has been offering as of late. Lehner will go head-to-head with former Senator, Ben Bishop tonight. He is 2-3-0 with a 2.55 GAA and .938 SV% on the road.
Lehner stopped 12 of 13 shots in relief of Craig Anderson on Thursday. Anderson continues to have his struggles in net so Lehner is looking more and more like the Senators starter with each passing game. He will face the Red Wings tonight who beat last week in a 34-save performance.
Lehner played great stopping 34 of 36 shots in a 4-2 win over the Red Wings on Saturday. The W earned him another start tonight vs. a struggling Carolina team. He is certainly making a case for himself to take over as the Senators starter. Lehner is sitting pretty with a 2.33 GAA and .940 vs. his crease-mate Anderson's 3.31 and .900.
Lehner allowed four goals on 41 shots in a loss to the Flyers on Tuesday. WIth Craig Anderson 1-6 in his last seven, the Senators will give Lehner a shot tonight. He has been good this season, posting a 2.37 GAA an .939 SV% in nine appearances. In his first career start vs. the Red Wings, Johan Franzen scored five goals in a game Lehner was pulled from.
Lehner allowed two goals on 28 shots in a win over the Panthers on November 9. He has won each of his last three starts with a 1.33 GAA and .958 SV%.With Craig Anderson struggling, Lehner has a chance to earn more starts if he continues his stellar play. He has a good matchup vs. Phildelphia; however the Senators lost 5-0 last Tuesday at home against the Flyers.
Lehner will get his third consecutive start when the Senators take on the Panthers on Saturday. He allowed a single goal on 34 shots in a win over the Habs on Thursday. It was his second straight win - his only two this season. Lehner has a great chance to make it three straight tomorrow vs. Florida.
Lineup stays the same for Senators; Lehner starts.
Lehner was excellent once again on Tuesday. He stopped 32 of 33 shots in the win over the Blue Jackets. Despite his 2.39 GAA and .943 SV% that was Lehner's first win of the season. He as an iffy matchup vs. a solid Canadiens team.
With Craig Anderson injured he will not make the trip to Columbus, so Lehner gets the nod. Lehner was peppered on Friday, he turned aside 53 of 57 shots in a loss to the Islanders. In four starts this season Lehner has made 45-plus saves on three separate occasion. He has seen a ton of rubber and has posted a .938 SV% in the process - that being said he has not chalked up a victory yet. The matchup vs. the Blue Jackets is a strong one, and he should be worth an add while Anderson is day-to-day.
Lehner gave up two goals on 20 shots in a losing effort on October 19th. He will look to get his first win tomorrow, vs. the Islanders. New York has the 11th ranked offence in the NHL - so it is not the best mathcup.
Lehner has been great in limited action this season. He has one start and a relief appearance, but has seen 97 shots in that time. The young netminder has been been peppered thus far but has risen to the challenge, posting a .948 SV%. He has a solid matchup with the Oilers coming to town.
Lehner practiced in the starters end and was the first goalie off of the ice; so he gets the start.
The Senators have a back-to-back tonight and tomorrow so Lehner was going to start one of the two, and the Sens have opted to play him vs. San Jose. He has yet to see any action this season but was 5-3-4 with a 2.20 GAA and .936 SV% last season. If the first four games were any indication, Lehner could be in for a long night vs. the Sharks.
It will be Lehner's first start since April 11th when he allowed just one tally in a win over the Flyers. The Sens will take on the Penguins in the first round if they can't beat the Bruins tonight. If they win they will move to seventh and take on Montreal. Lehner could make for an OK start.
Lehner allowed four goals on 30 shots in a 4-2 loss on April 5th. He will get the nod against the Flyers tonight after Anderson lost each of his first two starts back from injury. This start will be Lehner's seventh on the road this season. He is 1-2-3 with a 2.59 GAA and .934 SV% in his six previous starts away from Ottawa.
Looks like we might see Robin Lehner get the start in goal tonight here in Philadelphia. Confirmation to come from MacLean shortly.
Lehner allowed four goals on 30 shots in a 4-2 loss on April 5th. He could get the nod against the Flyers tonight after Anderson lost each of his first two starts back from injury. The start would be Lehner's seventh on the road this season. He is 1-2-3 with a 2.59 GAA and .934 SV% in his six previous starts away from Ottawa.