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    Ottawa Senators assistant general manager Randy Lee is accused of inappropriately touching and making lewd comments toward a hotel shuttle driver while in Buffalo for the NHL’s scouting combine.
    Lee was charged with second-degree harassment on Friday after being arrested and spending the night in jail.
    He appeared in court Logan Cooke Color Rush Jersey , where his Canadian passport was confiscated, and was scheduled to appear again Monday.
    Lee faces a fine and up to 15 days in jail, though Erie County District Attorney John Flynn said he doesn’t expect to pursue jail time.
    The Senators said in a statement that team officials knew of the arraignment and were reviewing the situation.
    It’s unclear whether Lee has an attorney. He did not appear with an attorney at his arraignment and is no longer staying at the hotel where the alleged incident happened.
    Flynn said Lee was attending an NHL function Wednesday night as part of the league’s pre-draft scouting combine being held in Buffalo when he requested a shuttle to transport him back to his hotel.
    Lee first asked the 19-year-old male driver if he could sit in the front seat of the van, and then made lewd comments while placing his hands on the driver’s shoulders, Flynn said.
    When the driver told him to stop, Lee persisted and began rubbing the man’s shoulders, Flynn said.
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    ”The driver was obviously shaken by this,” Flynn said. Flynn said the man immediately reported what happened to the hotel’s security chief.
    Lee is barred from going to the hotel and having any interaction with the driver.
    Flynn said he’s not aware of any alcohol being involved.
    ”I’ve got a 19-year-old victim here who probably thinks it’s a cool thing to get an assistant general manager of a hockey team in a car,” Flynn said. ”What’s not cool is what happened. And that’s why Mr. Lee is going to have to answer for his uncool behavior.”
    Lee has spent 23 seasons with the Senators and just completed his fourth as assistant GM.
    He was promoted to the job in January 2014 to replace Tim Murray, who was hired to be the Buffalo Sabres general manager.
    Lee is responsible for overseeing the Senators’ American Hockey League affiliate in Belleville, Ontario, and developing the team’s prospects. The Senators media guide lists Lee as living in Ottawa with his three children.

    Associated Press writer Carolyn Thompson contributed to this report.

    This story has been corrected to show that the alleged incident happened Wednesday night http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com...allaway-jersey , not Thursday night, according to new information from prosecutors.

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    Cain has been sidelined since June 24 with a strained left groin and had been making progress in his rehab but isn’t 100 percent yet and will need a little more time, manager Craig Cousnell said.
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    Christian Yelich has been out since the first inning of Sunday’s game thanks to a stiff back but he took batting practice for a third straight day Tuesday and came into the game as a ninth-inning defensive sub, leaving him on the verge of returning to the lineup — perhaps as early as Wednesday.
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    Jose Berrios will try to stop that streak Wednesday as he leads the Twins in their efforts to avoid a sweep. The right-hander served up two home runs his last time out as he was dinged for six runs on six hits and four walks over just 4 1/3 innings by the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
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    It was Berrios’ worst outing of the season and snapped what had been an impressive stretch for the young right-hander. He’d gone 5-1 with a 2.05 ERA in his eight previous starts, striking out 69 with just 11 walks in 57 innings of work.
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    Wednesday will mark his first career appearance against the Brewers, who counter with right-hander Chase Anderson.
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