Robin Lehner takes some major digs at an insider you know well

Published March 2, 2022 at 10:44

Last night, Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner finally came off the injured list and put on a great show against the San Jose Sharks.

Lehner allowed just one goal on 17 shots he faced as his Golden Knights beat the San Jose Sharks 3-1.

After the game, Lehner met the reporters and continued the show, taking on popular insider, whom you know well, Frank Seravalli.

He's one of the hottest and most popular insiders out there, and if you're a regular on hockey sites, you'll see his name popping up a lot. He's behind a lot of and scoops, and he's right 99% of the time.

On the other hand, remember that, when Lehner was on the injured list, Seravalli reported that the goalie had a "torn labrum in his shoulder" and that it would require surgery.

Still according to what Seravalli reported, we then understood that Lehner's season was likely over, and the insider even added that the Vegas GM was trying to bring back Marc-André Fleury, with the Golden Knights, for this reason.

A big story.

When asked if all of this was true yesterday after the game, Lehner gave some juicy answers, as usual:

«That's a better question to ask Frank Seravalli, my personal doctor. Ask him." said Lehner.

«I'm not going to talk about injuries with you. Obviously what Dr. Seravalli said was not true at all, look at me. Obviously I haven't had any surgery so I'm fine,» he continued.

The expression "Dr. Seravalli" says a lot, especially since we are talking about a journalist here, and not a doctor, of course.

Frank Seravalli did report that Vegas was trying to get Marc-Andre Fleury from the Chicago Blackhawks before the trade deadline due to Lehner's major injury.

Golden Knights general manager Kelly McCrimmon denied that information last week and now, Lehner was back in action yesterday.

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