BINGHAMTON, N.Y.--After losing seven players to the NHL following the end of the lockout, the B-Sens are set to welcome back another key member to the lineup.
Ottawa announced Tuesday that Robin Lehner was reassigned to Binghamton after serving two games as Craig Anderson's big league back-up.
Lehner tallied 14 wins between the pipes in Binghamton before being called up to the parent club.
The 21-year-old Swede is second in the AHL in save percentage and is allowing an average of 1.9 goals per game, which is third best in the league.
Lehner is in his third professional season and won the Calder Cup MVP in his rookie campaign in 2011.