Skipjacks' Dafoe doubtful tomorrow

November 24, 1992

Skipjacks goaltender Byron Dafoe is doubtful for tomorrow night's game at Hershey because of a sprained left ankle.

Dafoe was injured during Friday's home game against Utica and missed games at Utica and at New Haven the next two nights. Duane Derksen filled in at Utica (win) and at New Haven (tie).

Dafoe also is questionable for Saturday's game against Cape Breton at the Baltimore Arena. "He could be ready then or he could be out two or three weeks," Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz said. "It's one of those ankle injuries that's day to day."

The Skipjacks had a long trip back to Baltimore from New Haven on Sunday night. The team bus broke down on the New Jersey Turnpike at 11:30 p.m., and the players were stranded at a rest stop until 5 a.m. yesterday.

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