Robin Lehner took home some hardware at Tuesday's NHL Awards in Las Vegas.
The Islanders goalie was awarded the 2019 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, given annually to the National Hockey League player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to ice hockey.
He's the third Islander to win the award, along with former captain Ed Westfall in1976-77 and goalie Mark Fitzpatrick in the 1991-92 season.
In September, Lehner revealed in a piece for The Athletic that he had been addicted to drugs and alcohol and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. On April 6, Lehner wrote in a note posted on his Twitter account that he'd been sober for one year.
Lehner won 25 games this past season, a career best, and posted a 2.13 GAA, .930 save percentage (an Islanders single-season record) and recorded six shutouts.