One of the things Daniel Aflredsson famously did during his time in Ottawa was regularly play host to the Senators' Swedish prospects at his family's Kanata home whenever they were splitting their time between the big club and the farm team in Binghamton, NY.
It looks like at least one of them got attached - and the home will be 'staying in the family,' so to speak.
"I'm not going to go into details," Lehner told the Sun when asked the purchase price after Tuesday's practice. "But it was good for all parties."
Alfredsson was looking to sell his Kanata estate when he signed in the summer with the Detroit Red Wings and brought his wife and four boys to Motown with him. Coincidentally, Lehner, 22, happened to be the market for the first time in his life. Since turning pro, Lehner has mostly bounced back and forth between Binghamton and Ottawa.
"It's very nice," Lehner said of the house, which he says has one master bedroom and "a few kids rooms."
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