Driedger has been reassigned to AHL Binghamton. Driedger's latest stint on Ottawa's active roster lasted just three days. The 21-year-old netminder had been with the parent club so that Andrew Hammond could attend to a personal matter. However, Hammond is now back with the team per this latest person. Driedger will continue to develop in the minors where he is 9-8-1 with a 2.99 GAA and .904 save percentage for the Baby Sens.
The Senators recalled Driedger from AHL Binghamton reports. Driedger was brought up to fill the backup duties while Andrew Hammond attends to a personal matter. Driedger figures to head back to Binghamton once Hammond rejoins the Senators.
Driedger was reassigned to AHL Binghamton on Sunday. Driedger saw action in just one game, which came Saturday in relief of Craig Anderson, but he'll now return to the AHL following Andrew Hammond's recall from his conditioning stint. He'll once again serve as organizational depth, but would probably be in line for a recall again should one of the aforementioned netminders suffer an injury.
Driedger was perfect in relief of starter Craig Anderson on Saturday night. He made 11 saves in a period-and-a-half of work. It was his first appearance this season and just his second relief appearance of his career. Driedger is yet to allow an NHL goal.
The Senators assigned Chris Driedger to AHL Binghamton on Sunday.
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