Weary Bays fall prey to heat and Capitals

July 22, 1991

Perhaps the combination of heat, heavy travel and little rest was too much for the Maryland Bays this weekend in their hopes of grabbing a pair of road victories.

After defeating Penn-Jersey 4-2 in Camden, N.J., Saturday night, the Bays took an early morning flight to Albany, N.Y., yesterday and had to face the rested Capitals in 94-degree afternoon heat.

The result was a 3-0 loss, only the Bays' second setback of the season and the first time the team has been shut out since June 1990.

Mike Masters scored a pair of goals and assisted on Ramiro Borja's first goal of the game for the Capitals. Albany goalie Scoop Stanisic, who previously played for the Blast, made 12 saves and Bays' reserve goalie Warren Westcoat made six saves.

The shutout stopped Kevin Sloan's league-record consecutive scoring streak at nine games.

The Bays (12-2, 98 points) return home to face the Penn-Jersey Spirit Sunday night at Cedar Lane Park.

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