Senators assistant GM pleads not guilty to harassment charge
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Ottawa Senators assistant general manager Randy Lee pleaded not guilty Monday to a charge that he harassed a 19-year-old hotel shuttle driver in Buffalo last week, according to The Canadian Press.

Lee was granted permission to re-enter Canada on Monday after being arrested and having his passport confiscated following the alleged incident last Wednesday.

He faces a possible fine and up to 15 days in jail if convicted. His next court date is June 22.

Lee was in Buffalo with the Senators for the NHL's scouting combine.

The Senators say his status with the organization remains unchanged.

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