BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Former Buffalo Sabre Matthew Barnaby will be back in front of a judge, Monday.
Barnaby's case was moved to domestic violence court last week.
The former Sabre was arrested earlier this month following an incident involving his estranged wife and her male friend.
Police say no one was hurt, but property was damaged.
Barnaby could face up to four years in prison it convicted of felony criminal mischief.
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