National Hockey League

Robin Lehner’s Masterson Trophy labels him for playing for the Rangers and not the Islanders

Robin Lehner had a magnificent 2018-19 season with the New York Islanders, helping the team to an appearance in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Lehner also was awarded the Bill Masterson Trophy, which is awarded annually to the NHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to ice hockey.

All was well and good…

Until he recieved the trophy, which read “New York Rangers,” instead of “New York Islanders.”

Lehner, who signed with the Chicago Blackhawks back on July 1, hilariously shared his frustrations on Twitter.

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The Rangers also chipped in on the matter.

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It’s pretty safe to say that this was probably just an honest mistake, as big as it may be.

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