Robin Lehner

3rd Period Comeback
3rd Period Comeback
Win a game, lose a game.  That's the way it's been for the Buffalo Sabres during the first eight games in February, but on Tuesday night in Ottawa it was their turn to put one in the winning column with a come from behind victory over the Senators.  Justin Bailey's tip of a shot by Jake McCabe in the third period put the Sabres on top 3-2 and the Sabres held on to beat Ottawa for the fourth time i
Sabres Beat Leafs
Sabres Beat Leafs
In likely what was their best opening 20 minutes of the season the Buffalo Sabres opened up a 3-0 lead on the Toronto Maple Leafs and held on for a 3-1 win Saturday night in Toronto.  Evander Kane scored twice to up his team-leading goal total to 18, Sam Reinhart scored on the power play and Jack Eichel assisted on all three goals.
Home Cookin'
Home Cookin'
The Buffalo Sabres continued their impressive play on home ice with Saturday's 4-0 shut out of the Ottawa Senators who came in as one of the hottest teams in the NHL.  Robin Lehner stopped 37 shots including 16 in the third period for his fourth career shutout and first this season.
Sabres Come Up Short
Sabres Come Up Short
It was a much better effort than the stinkbomb they laid in Montreal, but the Buffalo Sabres still came up short in Thursday night's meeting with the New York Rangers.  The Sabres did a lot of great things in the game, played great defense, created tremendous scoring chances.  They did everything they needed to do except score in a 2-1 overtime loss.
2nd Straight OT Win
2nd Straight OT Win
It was a goaltender's duel in Montreal Saturday night and for a change the Buffalo Sabres' goaltender emerged as the winner as the Sabres beat the Candiens 3-2 in overtime.  Zach Bogosian's first goal of the season on a pass from Ryan O'Reilly was the game winner as the Sabres avenged an opening night loss to the Canadiens.
Bad Luck
Bad Luck
A combination of bad luck and shaky goaltending contributed to the Buffalo Sabres 4-3 loss in Toronto on Tuesday night.  The Sabres were up 2-0 on goals by Kyle Okposo and Evander Kane when the Leafs began their comeback 32 seconds into the second period when they scored the first of four straight goals.