Robin Lehner

#40 G / Buffalo Sabres / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 223 lb Age: 24 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Lit up in loss to Flyers

    Lehner was battered for five goals on 28 shots Thursday in a 5-1 road loss to Philadelphia. The Sabres carried the play in the first period of this one, outshooting Philly 14-6, but Steve Mason kept them off the board. That set things up for a big second-period Flyer surge, as Lehner was tagged for four goals in that frame; he can really only be blamed for one of those, which may be why coach Dan Bylsma didn't yank him for the second consecutive game. Indeed, between Tuesday and Thursday's brutal losses, Lehner has been ripped for nine goals in four periods. Before that, though, the Swede hadn't put up a save percentage lower than .900 in any of his first seven starts, so consider this a bump in the road -- Lehner should be able to continue putting up solid rate stats, though wins will still be tough to come by.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Receives starting nod Thursday

    Lehner will be between the pipes in Thursday's game against the Flyers. Lehner had a night to forget in his last outing, surrendering four goals on just 12 shots before being yanked in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to the Panthers. Overall, the 24-year-old goaltender has played pretty well in limited action this season, compiling a 2-3-1 record with a 2.65 GAA and .926 save percentage in eight appearances. He'll look to get back in the win column Thursday in a favorable road matchup with a Flyers club averaging just 2.27 goals per game at home this season, 27th in the NHL.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Pulled after 12 shots, tagged with loss

    Lehner lasted just 20:22, getting the hook after allowing four goals in a 7-4 loss to Florida on Tuesday. It was a start to forget for Lehner, who had played quite well since returning from a high ankle sprain. Alex Petrovic's goal 22 seconds into the second period sealed the deal and paved the way for backup Chad Johnson to enter the game. Lehner is a young goalie and a first-year starter, so consistency will be an issue until he establishes himself.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Starts Tuesday against Florida

    Lehner gets the nod Tuesday with a date against the Panthers. Lehner made 36 saves in an overtime loss against Boston in his previous start and has played well since returning from a high ankle sprain. The Panthers will also be without Aleksander Barkov, who left Monday's game with a suspected concussion. However, the Sabres will still enter the game as the underdog.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Strong performance in overtime loss

    Lehner stood on his head again Saturday, this time making several spectacular saves in a 2-1 overtime loss to Boston. He made 36 saves. He was furious after the game after being beaten on a penalty shot in overtime, a shot he thought should never have happened. That aside, Lehner brings a double-dose of talent and competitiveness to the Sabres, and that combination makes him an attractive keeper option for future seasons. This year, he'll face plenty of rubber and keep the Sabres competitive, but Lehner won't bring you many wins.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: In net Saturday

    Lehner will be in the crease in Saturday's game against the Bruins, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports. Lehner has been great of late, posting a 2-0-0 record with a 2.01 GAA and .944 save percentage in his last two appearances. The 24-year-old netminder will look to pick up a third consecutive win Saturday in a tough matchup with a Bruins club averaging 2.92 goals per game this season, third in the NHL.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Turns in road gem Wednesday

    Lehner was great Wednesday, stopping 33 of 35 shots in a 4-2 road win over the Canadiens. The big Swedish netminder has now allowed two goals in four straight starts. He's practically stood on his head during that span, turning aside 33 shots or more in each outing. It's shocking to think that Wednesday's triumph over the Habs was just Lehner's second win of the season, which is, of course, a byproduct of his lengthy absence due to a high ankle sprain suffered in the season opener. Nonetheless, look for head coach Dan Bylsma to keep sticking Lehner between the pipes, where he'll undoubtedly continue to face a ton of rubber on a rather porous Sabres team.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Starts in goal Wednesday

    Lehner will start in the crease Wednesday against the Canadiens, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports. Lehner missed most of the first half due to a high-ankle sprain, but posted decent numbers (2.26 GAA, .936 save percentage) over five appearances. He notched his first victory of the campaign in his last outing against the Senators, and will look to turn that into a winning streak Wednesday when he take on a Canadiens club that scored just 2.18 goals per game in January.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Finally wins first of season

    Lehner picked up his first win of the season Tuesday in Ottawa, turning away 34 of 36 shots. Buffalo's Opening Night starter had his first half of the season upended by an ankle injury in that very first game of the year, and he'd lost three consecutive starts since returning despite playing well -- thanks mostly to the Sabres scoring two goals in that span. But their offense was at least NHL-caliber on Tuesday, and that was all Lehner needed. He may only have the one win, but a .936 save mark in limited action points to plenty of second-half upside for the 24-year-old Swede.

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    Sabres' Robin Lehner: Starts Tuesday against Ottawa

    Lehner will be the starter against his former team Tuesday. This will be Lehner's second start against his former team, the first being the season opener on Oct. 8 when he left 28 minutes into the game after suffering a high ankle sprain. The Sabres are coming off a 6-3 loss against the Rangers on Monday, but for a young team, back-to-backs shouldn't be a big problem. Lehner has stopped 75 of 79 shots in his past two games and has a good chance to win Tuesday.

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