|Oct. 10 9:15 AM PT10:15 AM MT11:15 AM CT12:15 PM ET16:15 GMT12:15 AM 北京时间9:15 AM MST11:15 AM EST20:15 UAE12:15 ET - Lehner will miss between six and 10 weeks with a sprained right ankle. Coach Dan Bylsma revealed the timetable on Sunday after Lehner underwent a series of tests.
Analysis: Lehner was hurt in the second period of Buffalo's season-opening 3-1 loss to Ottawa on Thursday. He was untouched while circling his own net and before suddenly going down in his crease. The injury means the Sabres will proceed with backup Chad Johnson and minor-league call-up Nathan Lieuwen. Johnson had 27 saves in a 4-1 loss to Tampa Bay on Saturday.
|Oct. 9 4:05 PM PT5:05 PM MT6:05 PM CT7:05 PM ET23:05 GMT7:05 AM 北京时间4:05 PM MST6:05 PM EST3:05 UAE (+1)19:05 ET - Lehner is scheduled for an MRI Saturday and will miss that night's game against Tampa Bay.
Analysis: The Sabres are expected to provide a timetable for Lehner's return after receiving the results. The offseason acquisition suffered a right leg injury during the second period of Thursday's season opener against his former team, the Ottawa Senators.
|Oct. 8 5:47 PM PT6:47 PM MT7:47 PM CT8:47 PM ET0:47 GMT8:47 AM 北京时间5:47 PM MST7:47 PM EST4:47 UAE (+1)20:47 ET - Lehner will not return to the game after appearing to hurt his left leg in the second period of the season opener against the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night.
Analysis: Lehner was untouched when he circled his net, set himself in the crease and then grabbed at his left pad. He then went down on one knee while play continued up the ice. The Sabres announced Lehner sustained a lower-body injury.
|June 26 7:25 AM PT8:25 AM MT9:25 AM CT10:25 AM ET14:25 GMT10:25 PM 北京时间7:25 AM MST9:25 AM EST18:25 UAE10:25 ET - The Buffalo Sabres have traded their second of two first-round draft picks to Ottawa to acquire Lehner and forward David Legwand. The trade was announced Friday morning, hours before the NHL draft opens in Sunrise, Florida.
Analysis: Buffalo dealt the No. 21 pick to Ottawa to land Lehner, who immediately has an opportunity to take over the starting job. The 23-year-old has a 30-26-15 record in 86 career NHL games. Lehner was expendable in Ottawa, after Andrew Hammond was called up midseason and led the Senators' push to make the playoffs.