Robin Lehner (Glenn James/NHLI via Getty Images)
Friday night's stick save by Minnesota Wild goaltender was amazing, but Robin Lehner was not to be outdone. On Saturday night, the Senators netminder absolutely robbed Blue Jackets' forward Alexander Wennberg.
It’s been the weekend of the stick save.
Last night, it was Minnesota Wild goaltender Darcy Kuemper keeping the score knotted at one-apiece with a diving, swatting stick save on a puck that was redirected on goal by teammate Jonas Brodin’s skate.
Robin Lehner must have caught the clip because he tried his hand at one of his own.
In Saturday’s contest against Columbus, the Blue Jackets moved the puck around behind the net and right winger Jack Skille moved the puck to defenseman Fedor Tyutin. Savard let a shot go that deflected off of a Senator and landed right on the waiting stick of Alexander Wennberg.
Wennberg is going to want that one back.
The save was Lehner’s sixth of the game and kept the score at even at zeroes. For the remainder of the game, the Senators backup goaltender would remain stellar. He finished the game with 38 stops in the Senators 3-2 victory over the Blue Jackets.