It appears that Ottawa prefers to ship out young netminder Robin Lehner as opposed veteran goalie Craig Anderson.
Ottawa is expected to ramp up their efforts to trade a goaltender this week.
The Senators are said to be looking to acquire a top-six forward for one of their surplus goalies.
According to ESPN hockey analyst Pierre Lebrun, the Ottawa Senators have received several firm trade offers for Robin Lehner.
Robin Lehner, who suffered a concussion back on Feb. 16, has received clearance.
Robin Lehner remains the most likely Ottawa goalie to be traded this off-season.
By adding Matt O'Connor to their mix, the Ottawa Senators have a lot of goalies to deal with (and possibly trade).
Robin Lehner is still experiencing symptoms after suffering a concussion on Feb. 16.
There hasn't been much news on the progress of Robin Lehner since he suffered a concussion on Feb. 16 against Carolina.
Robin Lehner has been diagnosed with a concussion.
Robin Lehner was placed on injured reserve on Thursday, meaning he'll miss at least one more game, Saturday's tilt with Florida.
Robin Lehner (upper body) is unlikely to be available on Wednesday.
The status of Robin Lehner remains uncertain, but Ottawa may recall a goaltender from the minors in the meantime.
Goaltender Robin Lehner and forward Clarke MacArthur of the Senators were injured in a goalmouth collision during a 6-3 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in Ottawa Monday night.