Lehner made 20 saves in a 3-2 overtime win over Ottawa on Tuesday.
Lehner wasn't tested often by the Senators, but he made a spectacular, sprawling stop on Anthony Duclair early in the second period when the Blackhawks were already trailing 2-0. Chicago was able to cut the lead in half by the end of the frame before completing the rally in the third period and overtime. Lehner, who has won eight of his last 10 starts, is now 14-7-4 on the year with a 2.85 GAA and .923 save percentage.
Lehner will guard the goal during Tuesday's road match against the Senators, Eric Lear of the Blackhawks' official site reports.
Lehner was excellent in his last start Saturday against Anaheim, turning aside 35 of 37 shots en route to his 13th win of the season. The 6-foot-4 Swede will attempt to pick up a second straight victory in a road matchup with an Ottawa team that's averaging 3.14 goals per game at home this campaign, 17th in the NHL.
Lehner stopped 35 of 37 shots Saturday in a 4-2 win over the Ducks.
Making his first since start since giving up six goals in a Jan. 2 loss at Vancouver, Lehner was rock-solid against Anaheim's 30th-ranked offense. The 28-year-old recorded his seventh win in his last nine starts to improve to 13-7-4 on the season. He owns a 2.88 GAA and .923 save percentage heading into next week's three-game road swing through Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto.
Lehner will start Saturday's home game against the Ducks, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Lehner set off some alarm bells by missing Saturday's morning skate, but he'll be in the crease when it matters for the game. With a 12-7-4 record and .922 save percentage, Lehner will be a popular DFS option against the 30th-ranked Ducks offense (2.48 goals per game).
Lehner (knee) deemed himself ready to play Wednesday, Chris Kuc of The Athletic reports.
Coach Jeremy Colliton has yet to announce a starter for Thursday's matchup with Nashville, but all signs currently point to Lehner getting the nod for that contest. The 28-year-old Swede has been one of the lone bright spots for the Blackhawks this season, compiling a 12-7-4 record while posting an admirable .922 save percentage despite playing behind a sub-par defensive corps.
Lehner (knee) isn't expected to dress for Tuesday's clash with Calgary, NHL.com's Brandon Cain reports.
Lehner practiced Tuesday morning, so he's definitely closing in on a return to game action, but he'll need to wait for Thursday's matchup with Nashville for his next opportunity to do so. Once healthy, the 28-year-old Swede will resume his duties as the Blackhawks' No. 1 netminder.
Lehner (knee) won't be in the lineup for Sunday's game against Detroit and is considered day-to-day, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Lehner suffered the injury in Thursday's loss to the Canucks, and it's evidently serious enough to force him to miss game time. In the meantime, Corey Crawford will draw the start Sunday with Kevin Lankinen serving as his backup. Expect another update on Lehner's health ahead of Tuesday's game against Calgary.
Lehner (knee) won't practice Saturday.
Vancouver's Tanner Pearson landed awkwardly on Lehner's right knee during Thursday's 7-5 loss to the Canucks. The 28-year-old was able to tough it out and finish the contest, but he's clearly in some discomfort ahead of Sunday's matchup with Detroit. If he's unable to dress against the Red Wings, Corey Crawford will likely get the start with Kevin Lankinen serving as his backup.
Lehner allowed six goals on 36 shots in Thursday's 7-5 loss to the Canucks.
Lehner had won his last six starts, but the Canucks' top six erupted for a massive offensive effort that stuck the Swede with a loss. The 28-year-old fell to 12-7-4 with a 2.92 GAA and a .922 save percentage in 25 games this year. This poor outing from Lehner likely means Corey Crawford will start Sunday's home game against the Red Wings.
According to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times, Lehner was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, which suggests he'll get the start in goal in Thursday's road clash with the Canucks.
Lehner has seemingly taken hold of the Blackhawks' No. 1 netminder job, as he'll be making a fourth straight start Thursday. The 28-year-old Swede has been fantastic recently, picking up three consecutive wins while posting a fantastic .940 save percentage. He'll attempt to keep rolling in a tough road matchup with a red-hot Vancouver club that's won five straight games.
Lehner gave up three goals on 44 shots in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Flames.
Lehner received a three-goal cushion in the first period, but the Flames made a spirited comeback attempt that just fell short. Lehner has won six consecutive starts dating back to Dec. 15. The 28-year-old is up to 12-6-4 with a 2.78 GAA and a .926 save percentage in 24 contests. His strong play has kept Corey Crawford on the bench for most of the last two weeks, but Lehner will eventually need a breather.
Lehner will guard the goal during Tuesday's road clash with Calgary, Carter Baum of the Blackhawks' official site reports.
Lehner has been razor sharp recently, picking up back-to-back wins over the Islanders and Blue Jackets while posting a fantastic 1.92 GAA and .945 save percentage. The 28-year-old Swede will look to keep rolling in a road matchup with a Flames team that's averaging 3.00 goals per game at home this campaign, tied for 19th in the NHL.
Lehner stopped 31 of 33 shots and turned aside all three Blue Jackets shooters in a 3-2 shootout win over Columbus on Sunday.
Lehner picked up his fifth win in six starts and owns an 11-6-4 record in 2019-20 following Sunday's shootout victory. Previously with the Islanders, Lehner has played well for the Blackhawks this season and is comfortably ahead of Corey Crawford on Chicago's goaltending depth chart. The Swedish netminder should continue to see plenty of starts for the Blackhawks as the calendar flips to 2020, but with Chicago struggling to win more often than not, expecting Lehner to keep up this pace is unrealistic.
Lehner will draw the road start in Sunday's game versus Columbus, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
Lehner has been solid in his past five starts, going 4-1-0 along with a 3.10 GAA and .914 save percentage in that span. The Swede will face a great matchup against a Blue Jackets offense that is banged up and ranks 26th in the league in goals per game this year (2.61). Lehner has been great against Columbus in his career, going 6-3-0 along with a .946 save percentage and 1.97 GAA.
Lehner stopped 38 of 40 shots in Friday's 5-2 win over the Islanders.
Lehner's former teammates put plenty of pucks on net against him, but the Swede stood tall and got the win. The 28-year-old has now won his last four starts and improved to 10-6-4 with a 2.82 GAA and .925 save percentage in 22 games this year. The Blackhawks next play the Blue Jackets on Sunday.
Lehner is slated to start between the pipes in Friday's home game versus the Islanders, Tracey Myers of NHL.com reports.
Lehner has played pretty well recently, posting a 2-0-0 record while registering a .924 save percentage in his last three appearances. The 28-year-old Swede will look to keep rolling in a home matchup with an Islanders squad that's 10-5-1 on the road this year.
Lehner let in three goals on 24 shots in relief of Corey Crawford in Monday's 7-1 loss to the Devils.
Lehner didn't do much better than Crawford in the lopsided contest. The Swede will avoid any damage to his record, but his GAA rose to 2.86 while his save percentage slipped to .924 in 21 appearances. Lehner has been the better of the two goalies this year, and he'll likely start the first game out of the holiday break against the Islanders on Friday.
Lehner yielded three goals on 31 shots in a 5-3 win over the Avalanche on Saturday.
The Blackhawks faced a 3-1 deficit entering the third period, but Lehner stopped all nine shots in the final frame and his offense rallied for four goals. Lehner improved to 9-6-4 with his third straight win, and he now has a 2.78 GAA and a .926 save percentage through 20 appearances. The Swede is hot right now, but it's yet to be decided if he'll get a chance at a fourth straight victory Monday versus the Devils.
Lehner will defend the blue paint during Saturday's road clash with Colorado, Eric Lear of the Blackhawks' official site reports.
Lehner was razor sharp in his last start Thursday against the Jets, stopping 36 of 37 shots en route to a 4-1 road victory. The 28-year-old Swede will attempt to pick up his ninth win of the season in a tough road matchup with an Avalanche team that's averaging 3.75 goals per game at home this campaign, third in the NHL.
Lehner stopped 36 of 37 shots in Thursday's 4-1 win versus Winnipeg.
Lehner was perfect outside of a Tucker Poolman goal early in the third period and earned himself back-to-back wins for the first time in over a month. Thursday's start was also the first time since Nov. 23 that Lehner has held his opponent to under three goals. His play has leveled off after a terrific opening month, but he still boasts a .927 save percentage for the season.
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