Robin Lehner G OTT 2 Months

Robin Lehner has agreed to a three-year, $6.675 million contract with the Ottawa Senators.

Lehner is coming off a bit of a rough season as he posted a 3.06 GAA and .913 save percentage. Nevertheless, the Senators have been betting on him to become the team's starting goaltender and that should happen sooner rather than later. He's got enough potential to make this contract look like a steal, but the Senators are taking a bit of a risk given his relative lack of NHL experience.

Robin Lehner G OTT 3 Months

Robin Lehner isn't close to a new deal with the Ottawa Senators.

However, a contract is expected to get done between the two sides. It will probably be an interesting negotiation between Ottawa and their projected goaltender of the future. He's appeared in just 61 games over the past four seasons. Lehner will be a restricted free agent in July.

Robin Lehner G OTT 5 Months

Ottawa goalie Robin Lehner made 26 saves through 65 minutes of regulation and overtime action to earn his 12th win of the season Sunday night.

The Sens, who didn't make the playoffs, defeated the Penguins 3-2 in a shootout in Pittsburgh in their regular-season finale. Lehner stopped Pittsburgh's Beau Bennett and Jussi Jokinen in the only two shots on him in the shootout. Lehner wound up with a season record of 12-15-6, a GAA of 3.06 and a save percentage of .913.

Robin Lehner G OTT 5 Months

Robin Lehner was superb on Thursday night as he lifted the Senators to a 2-1 shootout win over New Jersey.

Lehner stymied the Devils by stopping 38 of 39 shots en route to victory and improving his record to 11-15-6. His GAA is still an unsightly 3.10, but his save percentage is a more respectable .913.

Robin Lehner G OTT 5 Months

Robin Lehner will get the nod for Ottawa on Thursday night.

He has won his past two starts and he hasn't lost in regulation in his past four outings (3-0-1). Lehner could end up getting another start before the end of the regular season, as the Senators close out the year with back-to-back games this weekend.

Robin Lehner G OTT 5 Months

Robin Lehner wants to finish the season strong.

"It's important for me and important for the staff in the organization to see that I'm tough enough mentally to turn it around," he said. "It was a tough stretch there for a while, and I had to play, and I was kind of thrown into the fire and it didn't go my way and I came back. (I) think I have turned around my game a little bit and the team is helping out, too. I've got to keep building." He was excellent in Saturday's win over the Rangers, which could earn him another start on Tuesday against the New York Islanders.

Robin Lehner G OTT 6 Months

Robin Lehner stood on his head for the Senators in their 3-2 win over the Rangers on Saturday night.

Lehner made 41 saves to help the Sens earn at least a point in four straight games he's started. The 22-year-old had a real tough time the past few months, but he's gotten much more comfortable lately. He's posted plus.-.920 save percentages in five straight contests. He has a 3.18 goals-against average and .911 save percentage this season. Ottawa is five points out of a playoff spot, with four teams to leap. Chances are pretty remote.

Robin Lehner G OTT 6 Months

Robin Lehner stopped 37 out of 40 shots as the Ottawa Senators battered the Calgary Flames by a score of 6-3 on Sunday.

Lehner is now 9-15-6 with a .909 save percentage and 3.22 GAA this season. He's won two of his last three games.

Robin Lehner G OTT 6 Months

Robin Lehner (leg) is healthy enough to backup Craig Anderson on Friday.

Lehner left Thursday's practice after a collision with Eric Gryba. He has a 3.23 GAA and .908 save percentage in 32 games this season.

Robin Lehner G OTT 6 Months

Robin Lehner left Thursday's practice after a collision with defenseman Eric Gryba.

Lehner has handled the Senators' goaltending duties while Craig Anderson has been on the sidelines due to injury, but Anderson said he's ready to play Friday night against Chicago. It's unclear if Lehner will be able to dress Friday, but we'll leave him as active for now.