Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner and his spouse filed for Chapter 7 chapter on Dec. 30, in response to a report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The Lehners cited practically $50 million in debt within the submitting, all of which they declare to be business-related. In the months main as much as the Lehners’ submitting, Wisconsin-based firm Eclipse Service Inc. sued the goaltender and his father, Michael, for practically $4 million in missed funds on a enterprise mortgage.
Lehner and his father are listed as principal members of a Nevada-based firm, Solarcode. In January of 2022, Solarcode agreed to a compensation plan with Eclipse Service, however the lawsuit alleges that no funds have been made final yr.
In its lawsuit in opposition to the Lehners, Eclipse subpoenaed the Golden Knights for data on Lehner’s bodily and psychological well being. According to the report, Lehner has tried to dam that subpoena on the grounds that there are “much less intrusive means to collect that data.” He additionally believes his bodily well being just isn’t related to the swimsuit.
Other money owed listed in Lehner’s chapter submitting embody missed funds on his $1.2 million buy of uncommon snakes for his reptile farm in Plato, Miss.
Lehner and his spouse estimate their whole belongings, together with the couple’s Las Vegas residence, are price as much as $10 million.
In October of 2020, Lehner signed a five-year deal price $25 million with the Golden Knights. After taking up the full-time beginning function final season, Lehner has missed the whole 2022-23 marketing campaign as he recovers from offseason hip surgical procedure.