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So, what now?

- November 24th, 2013

RALEIGH _ The Senators arrived here in the wee hours of the morning.
Next up is the Carolina Hurricanes at 5 p.m.
Big challenge. The Senators haven’t won a lot here.
Of course, the biggest question: Who will start in net?
It has to be Robin Lehner. It is time to ride the hot hand. This team needs wins. In four of his last five games, Lehner has given the team a chance to win. It makes sense to stay with him.
The Senators have gone a long way in declaring Craig Anderson the No. 1 goalie. We get that. We know it. He can keep the title. But the Senators need to get back into the playoff race. They need to make sure they are within sniffing distance.
They can’t afford to keep up this inconsistency. Lehner made the saves in Detroit. The Senators were outchanced 9-2 in the first period. Coach Paul MacLean was talking about ‘alternating’ the goalies in back-to-backs then said something different after the game. To be fair to MacLean, he professes everything with ‘at this point in time.’
Today’s decision will be interesting. I think it will be _ and should be _ Lehner.

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  1. d.b.mackenzie | November 25, 2013 at 9:36 pm

    head injury lawsuit
    I believe it is time for the league to mandate ALL equipment be equiped with airbags, from helmets down to skates, including protective cups. Airbags and seat belts have totally eliminated injuries in auto accidents so this would work in all sports. And just think of the enjoyment of watching the athletes puff up triple size!

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