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Lehner stopped 27 of 29 shots and was perfect in the shootout Tuesday in a 3-2 win over the Blues.

Lehner has been outplaying Craig Anderson on a consistent basis lately, and the Sens have really needed their goalies to be on top of their game, as they've been giving up a ton of shots. Tuesday's mere 29 represent a welcome reprieve.

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Lehner will be in goal for Tuesday's game against the Blues, TSN's Brett Wallace reports.

Lehner will start for the third straight game as fellow goaltender Craig Anderson sits out again. Lehner will need to be sharp to pick up the victory Tuesday with the Senators taking on a St. Louis squad that has given up just two goals per game on the season.

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Lehner turned aside 30 of 33 shots but it wasn't enough as the Sens fell 3-2 to St. Louis on Saturday.

Lehner wasn't able to grab the win while making his second start in a row for just the second time this season, but the .909 save percentage in the game was an encouraging sign against a talented Blues attack. The young Swede's record now sits at 4-3-1 to go with a 2.84 GAA and .916 save percentage -- both of which are smack dab in line with his career marks of 2.82 and .918 -- and it looks like he's gaining some traction toward taking more starts away from Craig Anderson. Keep an eye on him.

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Lehner will be in the crease Saturday against the Blues, Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun reports.

Though Lehner will earn his second straight start on the strength of his excellent outing Thursday versus the Predators, it would be premature to say that he's unseated Craig Anderson as the Sens' top option in goal. Instead, it appears coach Paul MacLean settled on Lehner for Saturday's start based on his successes against the Blues last season. Lehner was victorious in both his starts versus St. Louis in 2013-14, posting a .927 save percentage.

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Lehner saved 33 of 35 shots in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Predators.

A fine outing for Lehner in his first start since Nov. 9. He'd been riding the bench in favor of Craig Anderson consistently after giving up nine goals over two starts, and he'll probably yield the net to Anderson on Saturday against the Blues.

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Lehner will draw the start in goal Thursday against the Predators, Brent Wallace of TSN Ottawa reports.

Craig Anderson has slipped up a bit over the last three games while manning the net for the Senators, so coach Paul MacLean will let Lehner man the crease for the night to give his No. 1 netminder a rest. Lehner will have a tall order ahead of him Thursday, as he'll match up against a Predators squad that racked up nine goals in a demolition of the Maple Leafs on Tuesday.

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Lehner gave up five goals on 30 shots in Sunday's loss to Toronto.

Lehner has now lost two straight games, surrendering nine goals in that span. He is still 3-2-1 on the season, but after two straight disappointing performances, Lehner hasn't gained any traction on Craig Anderson, who has seen the majority of starts thus far. At only 23 years of age, Lehner has a bright future ahead of him and could steal the starting gig if he gets hot.

Robin Lehner G OTT 19 Days

Lehner will start in net against the Canucks on Sunday, Mark Masters of TSN reports.

Lehner took his first loss in regulation last Saturday against the Bruins by a score of 4-2 despite making 26 saves. He continues to split time with Craig Anderson, though the latter receives more starts. Lehner carries a a 3-1-1 record, 2.54 GAA and .927 save percentage with him into Sunday's matchup against the Canucks.

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Lehner made 26 saves in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Bruins.

It's his first regulation loss this season -- he drops to 3-1-1 thus far.

Robin Lehner G OTT 27 Days

Lehner will start between the pipes Saturday against the Bruins, Wayne Scanlan of the Ottawa Citizen reports.

Lehner has played well while splitting time with Craig Anderson to start the season, and will be in the crease again Saturday. The goalie situation in Ottawa is worth monitoring as the season progresses to see if either netminder can seize control of the starting job.