The Sens are playing pretty poorly right now. Nothing like the defensive team they were last year. Neither goalie is a great option this year. But, I knew Lehner's time was coming, and I had been trying to acquire him since I acquired Anderson last year (and even before that). At this point, I can't do that without giving up a whole lot.
Harding, because of the MS situation, should be quite affordable for a goalie having the year that he's having. If I could do it without giving up any major assets, I wouldn't think twice, but I think I'll have to include one nice piece. The Harding owner is in a full rebuild. He'd be getting less now than he could at the deadline if Harding continues to be a top goalie option, but the tradeoff here is, of course, he should take less for him now because you never know when something is going to happen with the MS and better to get something than potentially nothing.