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Bulletin: Senators recall Colin Greening and Robin Lehner from Binghamton

Monday, 31.01.2011 / 12:11 PM / News
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OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators today recalled forward Colin Greening and goaltender Robin Lehner from the club’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Binghamton Senators. Greening is recalled to the National Hockey League for the first time on an emergency basis to replace Jarkko Ruutu, while Lehner is being recalled for a fourth time this season on an emergency basis to replace Pascal Leclaire.

Greening, 24, has recorded 12 goals, 20 assists and 34 penalty minutes and is a +10 in 48 games during his first professional season with the B-Sens. His 32 points have him tied with teammate Bobby Butler and one other player for third in AHL rookie scoring this season.

A native of St. John’s, N.L., Greening played four seasons with the Eastern College Athletic Conference’s Cornell University Big Red. The 6-2, 211-pound centre appeared in each of the school’s 137 games, recording 118 points by scoring 55 goals and adding 63 assists. Following his senior year, Greening was selected the ECAC hockey-student athlete of the year and was recognized with the Lowe’s Senior CLASS award, which is presented annually to the most outstanding senior student-athlete in NCAA men’s division I hockey. Greening was Ottawa’s seventh-round pick (204th overall) in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.

Lehner, 19, made his first NHL start and became the youngest goaltender to start a game for the Senators, stopping 20 shots in Ottawa’s 6-4 win over the New York Islanders on Jan. 13.
In three NHL games this season, Lehner has stopped 30 of the 34 shots he has faced and has posted a 2.55 goals-against-average.

A native of Goteborg, Sweden, Lehner has a record of 6-6-2-2 with a 2.65 goals-against-average and .913 save percentage in 16 games with the B-Sens this season. He earned his first professional shutout, making 33 saves in a 5-0 home win over the Syracuse Crunch on Nov. 7 and most recently made 43 saves in Binghamton’s 2-1 win over Syracuse on Jan. 29.

The Senators next see action on Tuesday when they travel to New Jersey to face the Devils. Ottawa returns home to face the Detroit Red Wings at Scotiabank Place on Wednesday, Feb. 2.

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STANDINGS

ATLANTIC DIVISION
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 p - BOS 82 54 19 9 261 177 117
2 x - TBL 82 46 27 9 240 215 101
3 x - MTL 82 46 28 8 215 204 100
4 x - DET 82 39 28 15 222 230 93
5 OTT 82 37 31 14 236 265 88
6 TOR 82 38 36 8 231 256 84
7 FLA 82 29 45 8 196 268 66
8 BUF 82 21 51 10 157 248 52

STATS

2013-2014 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
E. Karlsson 82 20 54 -15 74
J. Spezza 75 23 43 -26 66
K. Turris 82 26 32 22 58
C. MacArthur 79 24 31 12 55
B. Ryan 70 23 25 7 48
A. Hemsky 75 13 30 -15 43
M. Michalek 82 17 22 -25 39
M. Zibanejad 69 16 17 -15 33
M. Methot 75 6 17 0 23
P. Wiercioch 53 4 19 -1 23
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Anderson 25 16 8 .911 3.00
R. Lehner 12 15 6 .913 3.06
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