Bays look to cut into Capital deficit

August 02, 1991|By Nestor Aparicio

This weekend the Maryland Bays (13-2) will attempt to avenge their 3-0 defeat two weeks ago against Albany (9-7) with a home-and-home series beginning tomorrow at 7:35 in Albany, N.Y.

In the last game, the Bays fell behind on the Capitals' first shot and never regained their edge as backup goalie Warren Westcoat suffered the loss. Bays coach Gary Hindley said his team played well, but Caps goalie Scoop Stanisic was the difference.

Hindley said he hopes to have all three U.S. National team players -- Desmond Armstrong, Jeff Agoos and Bruce Murray -- playing by Sunday's game at Cedar Lane Park (7:05). "They should all play at some point but who and when I don't know," Hindley said.

Armstrong and Murray are scheduled to start for the U.S. in Philadelphia tonight in a game against England's Sheffield Wednesday, which defeated the Bays 2-0 on Tuesday. Hindley said the trio expects to make it to BWI for a 10:30 a.m. flight to Albany tomorrow.

First-string goalie Steve Powers will start tomorrow's game, but Hindley said he is undecided as to which goalie he will use Sunday.

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