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Golden Knights’ Robin Lehner files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, cites $50 million in debt

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Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner and his wife filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Dec. 30. according to Las Vegas Review-Journal report. In a statement, the Leners said they were nearly $50 million in debt, all of which they claim are business-related. In the months leading up to Lehners filing, Wisconsin-based Eclipse Service Inc. sued the goaltender and his father Michael for almost $4 million in missed payments on a business loan.

Lehner and his father are top members of Nevada-based Solarcode. In January 2022, Solarcode agreed a repayment plan with Eclipse Service, but the lawsuit alleges no payments were made last year.

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In its lawsuit against the Lehners, Eclipse sued the Golden Knights for records of Lehner’s physical and mental health. According to the report, Lehner tried to block the subpoena on the grounds that there were “less intrusive means to collect this information.” He also believes that his physical health is irrelevant to the suit.

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Other debts listed in Lehner’s bankruptcy filing include missed payments on his $1.2 million purchase of rare snakes for his reptile farm in Plato, Mississippi.

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Lehner and his wife value their combined assets, including the couple’s Las Vegas home, at up to $10 million.

In October 2020, Lehner signed a five-year, $25 million contract with the Golden Knights. After taking on a full-time starting role last season, Lehner sat out the entire 2022–2023 campaign as he recovers from off-season hip surgery.



Source: www.cbssports.com

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