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Ottawa’s Lehner earns preseason shutout over Leafs
Question of the Day
TORONTO (AP) - Nick Foligno bounced back from a knee injury with a goal, and Robin Lehner made 24 saves in the Ottawa Senators’ 5-0 preseason win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night.
Foligno was one of the few regular NHL players who dressed on a night in which both teams gave several of their prospects a chance to see action.
Jesse Winchester, Corey Locke, Chris Neil and Chris Kelly had the other goals for Ottawa.
The 19-year-old Lehner was perfect in place of teammate Mike Brodeur, who sat out because of food poisoning.
Jonas Gustavsson and Jussi Rynnas split the goaltending duties for Toronto.
By Michael Widlanski
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