Lehner stopped 33 of 35 shots in the Senators 3-2 win over the Predators on Thursday. He made a number of key saves that preserved his fourth win of the season. Lehner has been rewarded with back-to-back starts, but draws a really rough matchup with the 12-6-1 Blues in town.
Lehner starts in goal for the Senators on Thursday.
Lehner allowed five goals on 30 shots in a loss to the Maple Leafs on November 9th. He has faced a ton of rubber in the early part of the season. His opponents are firing an average of 34.5 shots per game but the Predators rank 20th in that department. However, they have won five of six and are coming off of a NINE goal game vs. the Leafs.
Lehner gave up four goals on 30 shots in the Senators loss to the Bruins on November 1st. He has gone 3-1-1 with a 2.54 GAA and .927 SV% in five starts this season. He is facing an average of 35.4 shots per game and will take on a Maple Leafs team who averages the ninth most shots (30.9) and tied for seventh for most goals per game (3.00).
Lehner stopped 36 of 38 shots in the Senators win over the Blue Jackets on Tuesday. He has been great when called upon, winning three of four games with a 2.18 GAA and .939 SV%. Tonight, he will face a banged-up Boston team, but there are better options than he tonight.
Lehner gets the start for the Senators on Tuesday.
Lehner gave up three goals on 29 shots in the Senators loss to the Devils on Saturday. He was given Sunday night off in Chicago, but will get the call on Tuesday vs. Columbus. It will be his third start in five games despite having a 2.24 GAA and .936 SV% versus Craig Anderson's 2.01 GAA and .944 SV%.
Lehner will be between the pipes for the Senators on Saturday.
Lehner stopped 38 of 40 shots in a win over Columbus last Saturday. He has stopped 76 of 80 shots (.950 SV%) in two starts (both Wins) to start the season. He makes for a good spot-start option tonight against a Devils team who have lost four in a row, including a 3-2 loss to the Stars last night.
Lehner is working in the starters' net this morning.
The Senators have a back-to-back this weekend so it looks like the will go with Lehner tonight vs. the Devils and Craig Anderson tomorrow vs. Chicago. Lehner stopped 38 of 40 shots in a win over Columbus last Saturday. He has stopped 76 of 80 shots (.950 SV%) in two starts (both Wins) to start the season.
Lehner gets the start vs. the Blue Jackets on Saturday.
Lehner stopped 38 of 40 shots in a 3-2 shootout win over the Lightning in his season debut. It was a great way to start the season for the 23-year-old netminder. He will look to pick things up where he left off when he takes on fellow back-up Curtis McElhinney and the Blue Jackets on Saturday.
Lehner will start in goal for the Senators on Saturday.
The Senators are coming off of a 3-2 loss to the Predators on opening night and will turn to Lehner to get them into the win column on Saturday vs. Tampa Bay. Lehner was 12-15 -6 with a 3.06 GAA and .913 SV% a season ago and was the victim of limited goal support all season long. Expect reasonable numbers but a low win total on a mediocre Sens team.
The Senators have signed goaltender Robin Lehner to a three-year, $6.675 million dollar contract extension.
Lehner, 23, was 12-15-6 with a 3.06 GAA and .913 SV% with the Senators last season. The 2009 second round pick (46th overall) has a chance to supplant Craig Anderson as the Senators' starter this season. However, Ottawa is not expected to be all that competitive so their goaltenders will be mediocre number-2 options heading into draft day.
Lehner stopped 38 of 39 shots in a win over the Devils on Thursday. He has won each of his last three starts with a 1.95 GAA and .951 SV%. He will start the final game of the season tonight vs. the Penguins. Lehner will close out his season after going 11-15-6 with a 3.10 GAA and .913 SV% in his first 29 starts.
Lehner stopped 41 of 43 shots in a win over the Rangers on Saturday. Lehner has faced a ridiculous 41.2 shots per game in his last five starts. He won three of the five with a 2.52 GAA and .941 SV%. The 22-year-old is still working his way into the NHL, and it looks like he has a bright future ahead of him. As long as the Senators sign him in the offseason, he could take more of starting role next season, with Craig Anderson set to be a UFA in the following season.
Lehner surrendered three goals on 40 shots in a win over the Flames last Sunday. He has allowed 10 goals in his last four starts, but he is hardly to blame as the Senators have allowed him to see an average of 38 shots per game in that span. He will look for revenge vs. the Rangers tonight. The first time he took on New York he was pulled after allowing five goals on 28 shots.
Lehner allowed two goals on 41 shots in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Panthers on Tuesday. He has one win in his last seven starts with a 3.74 GAA and .897 SV%. He makes for a decent spot-start option tonight with the Flames in town.