Is there a goaltending controversy developing between the pipes for the Ottawa Senators? I think there might be. Entering the 2013-14 NHL campaign, it was pretty obvious that American Olympic hopeful Craig Anderson was the clear-cut number one starter for…Read more →The post Robin Lehner gets back-to-back starts for the Ottawa Senators appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
The Ottawa Senators got the best of a reeling Detroit Red Wings team Saturday night,4-2, but the win didn't stop Senators players from being critical of the Red Wings.Senators goaltender Robin Lehner accused the Red Wings of diving, that contributed to the Red Wings having 5 on 3 advantages on three separate occasions.“After the first 10 minutes, when we didn’t play very...
@KeshiaChante I know:) so what?
— Robin Lehner (@RobinLehner) November 13, 2013
For the unawares, Keshia Chante is Ray Emery's squeeze and the tweet she directed at Robin Lehner was in response to Lehner's comments to the media regarding Emery's beatdown of Washington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby.
“I think it’s a great call...
Robin Lehner has led the Ottawa Senators on their best stretch of the season and is the NHL's reigning first star of the week.
Apparently that's not enough to keep him on the ice.
Lehner will be back on the bench while Craig Anderson returns to Ottawa's net Tuesday night for a home game against the Philadelphia Flyers.
As Anderson sat out the last three games with...
Via AP on Fox
28 days ago
The net belongs to Robin Lehner.
But for how long?
Senators starting goaltender Craig Anderson, who suffered a stiff neck in a collision with Dallas Stars forward Valeri Nichushkin last Sunday, is back practicing with the team and says he’s ready to start as early as Saturday against the beleaguered Florida Panthers.
Anderson won’t be starting, however.
Robin Lehner stopped 33 shots to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 4-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night.
Bobby Ryan, Marc Methot, Mark Borowiecki and Kyle Turris, scored for the Senators (6-6-4), who posted back-to-back wins for just the second time this season.
Andrei Markov scored for the Canadiens (8-8-1) as Carey Price faced 23 shots. Montreal is winless in...
Via AP on Fox
November 07, 2013
I guess Paul MacLean's going to have a bit of a decision to make in the coming days and weeks, upon the return of injured netminder Craig Anderson.
Ottawa's 4-1 victory over Montreal on Thursday night came [mostly] courtesy of Robin Lehner, who was far and away the best player on the ice at the Canadian Tire Centre. Lehner stopped 33-of-34 shots, beaten only by a Andrei...
Ottawa Senators goaltender Robin Lehner is seething about a last-minute stick change forced upon him by the NHL.
He has accepted a two-inch reduction in the length of his pads but he’s irate about the league’s decision to reduce his stick length to 26 inches from a 28-inch version he has used for the past five seasons. Lehner didn’t learn about the need to switch until midway...
One of the things Daniel Aflredsson famously did during his time in Ottawa was regularly play host to the Senators' Swedish prospects at his family's Kanata whenever they were splitting their time between the big club and the farm team in Binghamton, NY.
It looks like at least one of them got attached - and the home will be 'staying in the family,' so to speak...
Robin Lehner was not a fan of having his crease crashed Saturday night, and he chose to share those feelings by trying to fight anything on skates in a different-colored sweater.
The Binghamton Senators goalie absolutely lost it in the second period after members of the Syracuse Crunch crashed Lehner's net pretty hard, taking some liberties after the whistle...