ESPN NHL analyst Matthew Barnaby was served with two new court orders of protection that prevents him from any “offensive” conduct against his estranged wife and directing him to “stay away” from her boyfriend.

Barnaby was arrested on May 13 and charged with felony criminal mischief, criminal contempt, criminal trespass, harassment and aggravated harassment following a domestic disturbance at his former residence in upstate New York.

He’s due back in court on July 8 but there are talks about a possible pre-trial resolution to the criminal case. If convicted, Barnaby faces up to four years in prison.