#Sens are closing in on a deal for Lehner with the Sabres. Expect a No. 1 pick to be part of the trade and perhaps David Legwand.
Robin Lehner heading to BUF. Sounds like Lehner and Legwand to BUF for 21st pick. Pending trade call. Not official yet.
OTT stepping up efforts to trade a goalie this week. Still talking to other clubs about possible deals for Robin Lehner and Craig Anderson.
Todays Slapshot "On if he heard anything new on the Ottawa goaltending trade situation over the weekend: “No, not really by way of update. I mean, we know that Robin Lehner is the carrot that’s being dangled and the Ottawa Senators believe that they’re going to get the most for him. That’s not being..." June 09
Ottawa Sun "There should be no shortage of interest in Ottawa's goalies. However, if the Senators want to get the best they can for one of their netminders, expect 23-year-old goaltender Robin Lehner to be on the move before next month's NHL entry draft in Fort Lauderdale. Sources say the Buffalo..." May 21
The Score "Goaltender Robin Lehner will miss at least one more game after the Ottawa Senators placed him on injured reserve Thursday. Lehner sat out Wednesday's contest after suffering an upper-body injury in a collision with teammate Clarke MacArthur on Monday. He will be ineligible to return for..." February 20
Ottawa Sun "Craig Anderson is No. 1 with a bullet beside his name. As the Senators prepare to open the season against the Nashville Predators Thursday at Bridgestone Arena, coach Paul MacLean didn't name his starter, but all signs point to Anderson. Before the Senators packed their bags and left Ottawa..." October 08
Goaltender Robin Lehner signs a 3 year contract with the Ottawa Senators. #Sens
Ottawa Sun "If there was any good to come out of the injury to Craig Anderson during a critical stretch for the Senators, it's that his backup was able to be himself again. And for Robin Lehner, being himself means not being a backup. Lehner has never played second fiddle to another goalie on the same..." March 27
Ottawa Sun "Paul MacLean is sticking with the hot hand. Backup goalie Robin Lehner will make his second straight start against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center as the Senators try to string together a couple of victories in a row. Coming 30-save performance in a 3-2 victory over the Blues..." December 18
Ottawa Citizen "Robin Lehner believes the Senators can learn a lot from a Western Conference team like the St. Louis Blues. Sometimes in hockey, though, the teacher learns from the student. Monday was a case in point as the Senators handled the Blues 3-2 in an overtime thriller, to register their second victory..." December 17
Ottawa Citizen "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..." November 09
Ottawa Citizen "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..." October 03
Robin Lehner expected to start against Bruins. #Sens
Ottawa Sun "Talk about a crowded crease — the Senators are actually carrying five very good NHL goalies right now. There's Craig Anderson, Ben Bishop, Robin Lehner ... and his two alter-egos. We learned of the latter while visiting the young Swede's dressing room stall the other day and noticing that..." April 03
Ottawa Citizen "Apparently, nobody bothered to tell the Ottawa Senators that the three goaltending system isn’t supposed to work. Here we are, 9 ½ weeks into the NHL season and the Senators’ three-headed monster (at least in the minds of frustrated opposition shooters) is leading the league in goals against..." March 27
New York Post "This wasn’t as much the pupil defeating the mentor, but the mentor’s son defeating the pupil. Or, if you’re scoring (which the Rangers rarely do if Rick Nash isn’t on the ice), it was Ottawa goaltender Robin Lehner, whose father Michael was Henrik Lundqvist’s goaltending instructor in Sweden,..." March 09
Silver Seven "One the one-year anniversary of his 1-0 shutout against Boston, Robin Lehner will get the chance to repeat the feat, as he is Ottawa's starter for this game. Lehner gets the start over Ben Bishop, who is coming off a masterful performance--a 44-save outright robbery of two points against the..." February 28