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Robin Lehner (G)

Binghamton Senators

Name: Robin Lehner
Number: 40
Position: G
Shoots: L
Height: 6-4
Weight: 213
Birthdate: 1991-07-24
Birth place: Gothenburg, Sweden

Biography

2011-12: Completed his second full professional season primarily as a member of the B-Sens, but was twice recalled to Ottawa (NHL) where he earned three wins with the club... Established a new professional career-high with 13 regular season victories with the B-Sens...Made 32 saves to earn his first career NHL shutout (a 1-0 Ottawa victory) at Boston on March 1.

2010-11: Competed in his first full season of professional hockey, primarily with Binghamton, but was also recalled to Ottawa (NHL) on five occasions… Made his NHL debut by playing the opening 4:42 of the third period at Montreal on Oct. 16, making three saves on three shots… Made 33 saves to earn his first professional shutout on Nov. 7 versus Syracuse (a 3-0 B-Sens win)… Became the youngest goalie to start a game in O-Sens franchise history on Jan. 13 at the N.Y. Islanders and made 20 saves in a 6-4 Ottawa victory to record his first NHL win… Earned 14 of the B-Sens 16 post-season wins in goal and was awarded the AHL’s Jack Butterfield Trophy as playoff MVP after helping Binghamton capture the Calder Cup… Registered three playoff shutouts… Helped Team Sweden reach the bronze medal game at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championships in Buffalo, N.Y…. Recognized as Team Sweden’s player of the game following a 2-0 win and 30-save shutout performance vs. Russia on Dec. 28.

2009-10: Attended his first Ottawa Senators development camp (June 29 to July 6) … Selected ninth overall by Sault Ste. Marie in the CHL import draft on June 30 …Made his major junior career debut with the Sault St. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) and was the goaltender of record for 27 of the team’s 36 victories … Ranked sixth (tie) among OHL goaltenders in wins and first (tie) with five shutouts … Set a new Greyhounds franchise record for shutout victories, surpassing former Senator Ray Emery who had four during the 2001-02 season … Was twice recognized as the CHL goaltender of the week (for the periods ending Nov. 22 and Jan. 31) and was named the OHL goaltender of the month for December … Represented Sault St. Marie as a Western Conference all-star … Co-winner of Greyhound’s most valuable player award … Signed an entry-level contract with Ottawa March 31 and concluded the season on an Amateur Tryout Contract with Binghamton … Made his professional debut with the B-Sens in a 6-5 win at Adirondack on April 9, making 21 saves.

2008-09: Appeared in 22 games for Frölunda HC Jr. … Recorded a shutout by making 20 saves in his first game with Sweden at the 2009 World Junior (U18) Championship, a 7-0 victory over the Czech Republic on April 9.

2007-08: Won the Under-20 Sweden championship with Frölunda.

View Game By Game Stats Goalie Stats

Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP GA Mins Saves GAA SV% W L SOW SOL SOGA SOA SO% T SO
2012-13 Regular Season Binghamton Senators 31 65 1841 981 2.12 0.938 18 10 2 2 6 22 0.727 0 3
2011-12 Regular Season Binghamton Senators 40 119 2192 1156 3.26 0.907 13 22 2 1 4 21 0.810 0 2
2010-11 Regular Season Binghamton Senators 22 56 1246 581 2.70 0.912 10 8 0 2 4 9 0.556 0 3
2009-10 Regular Season Binghamton Senators 2 6 120 53 3.00 0.898 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0
Playoff Stats
Season Team GP GA Mins Saves GAA SV% W L SOW SOL SOGA SOA SO% T SO
2011 Calder Cup Playoffs Binghamton Senators 19 39 1112 600 2.10 0.939 14 4 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 3