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Lehner picks up where he left off in Binghamton

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BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Robin Lehner was obviously disappointed to be sent back to the minor leagues after 10 days with parent club Ottawa, but the 21-year-old goalie has not let it affect his play with the B-Sens.

In two games since his return Lehner registered back-to-back shootout victories, making 78 combined saves while allowing just two goals. The standout efforts are just the latest in a standout season for Lehner, who ranks No. 1 in the league in save percentage at .948 and third in goals against average at 1.80.

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