Robin Lehner is pleased with his strong start to the AHL season, but he understands that he has plenty of room to grow and improve.
"I have lots of stuff left to improve," said Lehner. "I haven't really had that chance to be as consistent as I want. That stuff is on me, but it's also a team effort, a team game. Last year we couldn't get it going, but the year before that, the only consistency I could come up with was on the Calder Cup run." Lehner owns a 1.77 goals-against average and a .945 save percentage in 10 appearances this season with Binghamton. He wants to focus on where he is right now and feels that his time in the NHL will come when the Senators need it to happen.