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Breaking: Robin Lehner To Have Shoulder Surgery

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In a conference call with media members Monday night, Vegas Golden Knights General Manager Kelly McCrimmon announced that goaltender Robin Lehner will have shoulder surgery in the near future.

McCrimmon called it “cleanup surgery” and said there was nothing complex about the upcoming procedure. McCrimmon also said he expects the recently-signed Lehner to be ready to go for the start of training camp whenever it may be.

Lehner just signed a five-year, $25M contract with the Golden Knights after leading the team to the Western Conference Final against the Dallas Stars where they lost in six games. In the playoffs Lehner went 9-7 with a 1.99 GAA, .917 save percentage and four shutouts. Lehner was a Vezina Trophy finalist with the New York Islanders in 2018-19.

 

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[…] start the season, you could potentially move Robin Lehner to LTIR because of his shoulder surgery. Even though VGK GM Kelly McCrimmon said he expects Lehner ready for camp whenever that might be, […]

[…] But wait, didn’t VGK GM Kelly McCrimmon already say the team’s goaltenders moving forward are Fleury and Lehner? And isn’t Lehner having shoulder surgery? […]

[…] will help put the team under the cap, at least to start the season. By placing Lehner, who had shoulder surgery this off-season, on LTIR the Golden Knights give themselves a nice $4M or so in cap room. Now, Lehner won’t […]

[…] underwent offseason shoulder surgery upon returning from Edmonton. It was deemed as “clean-up” work, and the issue lingering […]

[…] or not this most recent injury was related to his off-season shoulder surgery, there’s no arguing that Lehner did not get off to the best start this season. He struggled […]

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