Binghamton Senators‘ 19-year old rookie netminder Robin Lehner(40) is the reason why the team is making a run at going deep in the AHL Calder Cup Playoffs. Ever since he got the call to start game 5 vs. Manchester Monarchs in the “Atlantic” Division Semi-Final he has yet to lose a game in 5 starts (2 wins vs. Portland already).
Monthly Archives: April 2011
2nd year Manchester Monarchs‘ goaltender Jeff Zatkoff(36) exchanges a handshake with Binghamton Senators‘ rookie netminder Robin Lehner(40) at the AHL “Atlantic” Division Semi-Final series conclusion.
Poltuny had the game-winner in OT and 5 points in a wild goal scoring spree of a game 7 that was decided 6-5.
LA Kings 2010 1st round draft pick (#5 overall) Brayden Schenn(11) was back in Manchester for the Calder Cup run. He spent 7 games in the 2010/2011 season with the Monarchs before being returned to his junior club, Brandon Wheat Kings.
In 5 games he picked up 1 goal and 3 assists. Definitely not too shabby for an 18-year old. He looked a bit bigger and definitely more poised than he did earlier this year with the team.
He had 10 points (3 goals 7 assists) in 7 games and was effective in all three zones on the ice.