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OTTAWA, Ontario — The Ottawa Senators have suspended Randy Lee, the assistant general manager who is facing a harassment charge from an incident during the NHL’s pre-draft scouting combine. Lee is charged with second-degree harassment after allegedly making lewd comments and rubbing the shoulders of a 19-year-old male hotel shuttle driver in Buffalo, New York,
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The gratitude visits me every day. Every single one. Usually on the drive down to our beachfront studios at the Clevelander Hotel, where I cohost “The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz” on ESPN Radio. It might be the most coveted piece of national sports radio real estate in the country. I don’t take it
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BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Sabres stocked up on another Boston University product by acquiring defenseman Brandon Hickey in a trade that sent forward Hudson Fasching to the Arizona Coyotes. Buffalo also acquired minor league forward Mike Sislo in the deal Thursday. Hickey joins three former Boston University teammates on Buffalo’s roster, including star center
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The Ottawa Senators are investigating an issue that prompted the wife of team captain Erik Karlsson to file an order of protection against the fiancee of teammate Mike Hoffman, alleging that she harassed the couple, including remarks about the death of their child. In the May 4 application for a peace bond that was obtained
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12:22 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN There’s something beautiful about Jon Taffer being a hockey fan. It’s probably the notion that the creator of “Bar Rescue,” now seen on the Paramount Network, is somewhere in the stands during a penalty kill bellowing “shut it down now!” like he would at a pub serving contaminated meat behind
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11:43 AM ET Emily KaplanESPN LAS VEGAS — Barry Trotz could not have looked more relaxed during the Washington Capitals‘ postseason run. At the end of most news conferences, the Capitals coach grabbed a Gatorade or water bottle sitting on his podium. Before leaving the room, he blurted out: “Hydrate! Everyone hydrate!” which became somewhat
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5:31 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN LAS VEGAS — Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis said the tens of thousands of fans who partied in the streets of Washington, D.C., late into Thursday night, celebrating the franchise’s first Stanley Cup, were an indication that the championship parade is going to be considerably larger than anticipated. “I think
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Jun 7, 2018 Greg WyshynskiESPN As each NHL team is eliminated from playoff contention — either mathematically, or by losing in the postseason — we’ll take a look at three keys to its offseason and a way-too-early prediction for what 2018-19 will hold. What went wrong The Vegas Golden Knights ran into a Washington Capitals
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