Former Binghamton Senators goaltender Robin Lehner and the Ottawa Senators have agreed to a 3-year extension worth $6.675 million.
Lehner, 23, went 12-15-6 in a career high 36 games last season with the Sens. In that span he had a .913 save percentage with a 3.06 goals against average. For his career, in 61 games, Lehner is 21-24-10 with a 2.82 GAA and a .918 save percentage.
With this deal the Senators buy out two years of arbitration and Lehner will still be a restricted free agent when the extension expires. Lehner will make $1.5 million this year, $2.025 million the next, and $3.15 million the final year for a cap hit of $2.225 million.
BMets Settle Lawsuit. No Details Available
No word yet on the future of baseball in Binghamton as a lawsuit between the Binghamton Mets and a group looking to buy the team in order to move it to Wilmington, Delaware has been settled.
This according to a document filed in federal court Friday. However, we as of yet don't have any details on the settlement between BMets ownership and Main Street Baseball. Main Street had said BMets owners reneged on a deal to sell the team. The team disputed this, saying a window on a deal had... more