Former Wranglers Player Faces Molestation Charges
(Las Vegas, NV) — A former pro hockey player is accused of molesting his stepdaughter over a four-year period. Michael McBain turned himself in following a suicide attempt in Oregon.
According to a police report, McBain began assaulting the 12-year-old girl in 2008. He faces nine felony counts. McBain’s lawyer tells the “Review-Journal” his client wants to avoid a trial.
McBain played for the Tampa Bay Lightning in the late 1990’s, then joined the Las Vegas Wranglers as a player and later as an assistant coach.