Chicago Blackhawks goalie Robin Lehner has had quite the up and down career since breaking into the league during the 2010-11 season. 

Lehner of course had an incredible 2018-19 season while playing for the New York Islanders and was nominated for the Vezina Trophy after registering a 2.13 goals against average and .930 save percentage. 

Despite the great season, the New York Islanders weren't willing to keep him around and the goalie had to take a last minute one year deal from Chicago during the offseason. 

So far the goalie has continued his strong play in Chicago with 2.22 goals against average and .939 save percentage in eight games. 

The 28 year old was asked to talk about his recent success, but Lehner says he's always been good and just played for bad teams. 

"I feel good, I mean, people talk a lot of about last year ya know but I played for arguably the worst defensive team in the league for three years in Buffalo. 

So it's nothing new and I put up good numbers no matter what anyone says." 

Lehner also made it clear he's had great help from his two recent goalie coaches. 

"A lot of the work I did with Pierre Greco in New York is still sticking and some new work with Jimmy Waite and I'm just trying to get better."


Source: NBC Sports Blackhawks